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One thing you noticed I'm sure was the some symbols are typed in a strange way.  The less than symbol requires  you to type < and the greater than symbol requires you to type >.  This is because those symbols are used as part of the normal tags.  If you really must enter an ampersand, you can type & to get it.
 
One thing you noticed I'm sure was the some symbols are typed in a strange way.  The less than symbol requires  you to type < and the greater than symbol requires you to type >.  This is because those symbols are used as part of the normal tags.  If you really must enter an ampersand, you can type & to get it.
 
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Other HTML tags known to work are the unordered list tags.  The tag to start an unordered list is &lt;UL&gt; and the tag to end an unordered list is &lt;/UL&gt;.  Each item in the list begins with a special tag to mark the start of the item, and that tag is &lt;LI&gt;.  There is no tag to end an item in the list.
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Revision as of 22:41, 26 July 2007

Use simple text-only HTML when editing. For a new paragraph, surround the paragraph with the special paragraph tags. The start paragraph tag is <P> and the end paragraph tag is </P>. An example showing how to format this paragraph looks like this:

<P>
Use simple text-only HTML when editing.  For a new paragraph, surround the paragraph with the special
paragraph tags.  The start paragraph tag is &lt;P&gt; and the end paragraph tag is &lt;/P&gt;. 
An example showing how to format this paragraph looks like this:
</P>

One thing you noticed I'm sure was the some symbols are typed in a strange way. The less than symbol requires you to type &lt; and the greater than symbol requires you to type &gt;. This is because those symbols are used as part of the normal tags. If you really must enter an ampersand, you can type &amp; to get it.

Other HTML tags known to work are the unordered list tags. The tag to start an unordered list is <UL> and the tag to end an unordered list is </UL>. Each item in the list begins with a special tag to mark the start of the item, and that tag is <LI>. There is no tag to end an item in the list.