All parts of this HTML guide for Everything 2 include:
(all chapters)   |   Overview/Contents/Index   |   Tags and Starting New Lines   |   Character Formatting   |   Special Characters   |   Lists   |   Giving Credit Where Credit is Due   |   Miscellaneous Tags   |   EOF: Index and Information   |   (Quick Start)


0: Overview/Contents/Index

Everything 2 HTML Tags

(A Guide to using HTML in E2.)

While it is possible to node in plain text, it would be like talking in a monotone... your audience would fall asleep (and probably downvote your writeup (!)). This guide shows how to use all the HTML tags allowed in E2.

If you already know HTML, a list of tags allowed in E2 is at E2 FAQ: HTML.
If you just want a quick reference, you might want to use the quick start instead.

Note: until recently, tags were not case sensitive. However, the new XHTML standard states that tags are now case sensitive, and should always be in lowercase. For this reason, I recommend not using uppercase tags any more. (In this guide, I only have the tags in uppercase in the section titles so they are easier to see.)


Table of Contents (links lead to individual chapters)
0 : Overview/Contents/Index
1 : Tags and Starting New Lines
      1.1 : Tags/HTML Overview
      1.2 : Starting New Lines
      1.3 : Paragraphs
            1.3.1 : Paragraph Alignment
2 : Character Formatting
      2.1 : Bold and Italics and Underline vs. STRONG and EMphasis
            2.1.1 : Bold / Italic / Underline
            2.1.2 : STRONG / EMphasis
            2.1.3 : B/I vs. STRONG/EM
      2.2 : Do you like 'em big or small?
      2.3 : SUPer VARiable SUBmarine
            2.3.1 : SUPerscript and SUBscript
            2.3.2 : VARiables
      2.4 : Monospaced Text a.k.a. Computers and HTML
            2.4.1 : Inline Monospaced Tags
            2.4.2 : PRE-formatted text
      2.5 : 'Editing'
            2.5.1 : INSert and DELete
            2.5.2 : STRIKE That
3 : Special Characters
      3.1 : Special Normal Characters
      3.2 : Using square brackets in Everything
      3.3 : Math symbols
4 : Lists
      4.1 : Numbered and Bulleted Lists
            4.1.1 : Numbers/Numerals/Outline
      4.2 : Definition Lists
5 : Giving Credit Where Credit is Due
      5.1 : Block Quotations
      5.2 : Quotes
6 : Miscellaneous Tags
      6.1 : Outlines using heading levels
      6.2 : Horizontal Rules
      6.3 : Saying Less
7 : EOF: Index and Information
      7.1 : Index
      7.2 : Thanks
      7.3 : Guide Information

This guide has an index in the last chapter.


next: Chapter 1: Tags and Starting New Lines

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