HTML 101 (For More Expressive Comments)

HTML makes you wonder about the Christianity versus atheism debateSome of the discussions through comments at this blog have been long and involved, and I thank all the participants for making this a more interesting place.

Comments here on WordPress can use HTML, so I wanted to give a couple of suggestions in case you want to make comments a little easier to read.

To quote a previous post or comment: surround the quoted material with <blockquote> and </blockquote>.

To italicize something: surround the words to be italicized with <em> and </em>.

To insert a hyperlink: surround the text to get the link like this: <a href=”entire URL goes here”> and </a>.

And it doesn’t hurt to start with the name of the person you’re replying to.  Example:


<blockquote>That was a savagely witty comment.</blockquote>

Thanks!  You’ll find <em>nothing but</em> savage wit at <a href=”“>Cross Examined</a>.



That was a savagely witty comment.

Thanks!  You’ll find nothing but savage wit at Cross Examined.

Related links:

How Much Faith to Be an Atheist? Geisler and Turek’s Moral Argument (Part 4).
Lawyer Thinking, Revisited
You Don’t Like the Scientific Consensus? Ignore it Away.
Weak Analogies? Is That the Best You Can Do to Prove God?
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