Easy One Line HTML Message (for Web Conference):

On a one line message you only have to use starting tags (except for the blink example, which is in the middle of message, then you need an ending tag. See HTML tags below for more details.)

<b><i><u><font color="#ff0000"><font size=+2>My name is Vicky
bold, italics, underline, red, font+2 (looks like)  My name is Vicky

<b><i><u><font color="#ff0000"><font size=+2>My <blink>name</blink> is Vicky
bold, italics, underline, red, font+2  (with name blinking) (looks like)  My name is Vicky


HTML codes & meaning

B = Bold text
U = Underline text
I = Italics text
Center = Center text
Font Color=”xxxxxx”   (see chart) colored text
Font Size=+1  (or 2,3,4,5) font text size
Blink = blinking text
BR = page break
P = paragraph

Color Codes

Black.....#000000    (0=zero’s)
Blue......#0000ff
Gray......#808080
Green....#008000
Navy.....#000080
Purple...#800080
Red.......#ff0000
Yellow..#ffff00

HTML tags

<B>  </B>      <B> =start BOLD text here will be Bold </B> =end BOLD
                                                 text here will be Bold
<U>  </U>     <U> =start Underline text here will be Underlined </U> =end Underline
                                                       text here will be Unlerlined
<I>    </I>
<Center>   </Center>
<Font Color=”#000000”> (stays this color until changed with same tag but different color code)
<Font Size=+3>   </Font>
<Blink>  </Blink>
<BR>
<P>

For more detailed formatting:
HTML tags are easy to create. They consist of a left angle bracket, the name of the tag, and a right angle bracket. The left and right angle brackets are also known to some as less-than and greater-than symbols. To start Boldface tage, type <B> where you'd like the Boldface type to begin.
Locate the place where you'd like the Boldface to stop. At this point, you need to create an ending tag for the Boldface type. An ending tag looks jus tlike a starting tag, except it is preceded by a forward slash character (/). To mark the end of the boldface tag, type </B>.
Almost every tag in html requires both a starting tag and an ending tag. Two notable exceptions are the paragraph maker, <P> and page break, <BR>, which do not require and an ending tage.



Example message with html coding below:

Special Notice


Don't forget the UDATAnet training classes start on Wednesday February 25, 1998.  If you are interested in learning more about this conference or Netscape or the Internet in general, Call UData soon to sign up for a class.   They are filling up quick so don't put it off!

Tom

P.S.  We will also show you how to make these neat colors and effects in the conference!



<CENTER><B><FONT COLOR="#FF0000"><FONT SIZE=+2><BLINK>Special Notice</BLINK></FONT></B>
</CENTER>
<FONT COLOR="#000000"><br>

<b>Don't forget the UDATAnet training classes start on Wednesday February 25, 1998.  If you are interested in learning more about this conference or Netscape or the Internet in general, Call UData soon to sign up for a class.   They are filling up quick so don't put it off!<br>
<br>
Tom<br><br>
</b>
<Font Color="#008000">P.S.  We will also show you how to make these neat colors and effects in the conference!