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Welcome to the Lions Ground Forum!
We’re thrilled to have you join our vibrant community of truth-seekers and enthusiasts. Whether you’re a seasoned member or a newbie, we want to ensure your forum experience is enjoyable and productive. Here are the basic forum rules and an explanation of how the forum works:
Now that you know the basic rules, let’s explore how the forum works:
<strong>: This is like a magic word that makes your words look stronger (or bolder). You put the words you want to be bold between
<strong> and </strong>. It’s like saying, “Hey, pay attention to this!”
<em>: This is a magic word that makes your words look fancy (or italic). You put the words you want to be italic between
<em> and </em>. It’s like whispering a secret.
<a href=>: This is like a magic portal that takes you to another place on the internet. You put the web address of the place you want to go between the quotes in
<a href="https://YOURLINK.com"> and this text will be hyperlinked </a>. It’s like drawing a map to a treasure.
<blockquote>: This is a magic box that shows you’re using someone else’s words. You put their words between
<blockquote> and this text is said by someone else </blockquote>. It’s like saying, “These aren’t my words, they’re someone else’s.”
<del datetime=>: This is a magic eraser that shows you’ve deleted something, but still lets you see what was there before. You put the words you want to delete between
<del> and this text will be shown as a stripe through </del>. It’s like crossing something out with a pencil but still being able to see it.
<img src="https://linktoanimage.jpg" alt="a short and snappy description about the image like two man holding a shark" />: This is a magic picture frame that lets you put a picture on a webpage. You put the web address of the picture you want to show in the quotes after src= and write a short description of the picture in the quotes after alt=. It’s like hanging a picture on a wall.
<ul> and ol <ol>: These are magic words that let you make a list. The ul makes a list with bullet points and the ol makes a list with numbers. You put the items in your list between
<ul> and </ul> or <ol> and </ol>(see examples below). It’s like making a list of things to do or a list of your favorite foods.
<li>: This is a magic word that lets you add items to your list. You put the item you want to add between
<li> and </li>. It’s like writing down one thing on your list.
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. It’s like saying, “This is a special language only computers understand.”
</strong>to tell the computer you’re done.
Numbers list demo:
<ol> <li>your text</li> <li>your text</li> <li>your text</li> <li>your text</li> <li>your text</li> </ol>
Numbers list example:
Disc list demo:
<ul> <li>your text</li> <li>your text</li> <li>your text</li> <li>your text</li> <li>your text</li> </ul>
Disc list example:
Thank you for being a part of Lions Ground Forum. Let’s embark on this journey together and uncover the truth!
The Lions Ground Forum Team