So I am writing this (on my phone) and wish to address the complaint I have seen people have that when they write a long post on the phone apps, they lose the formatting of line breaks and paragraphs, which can lead to the text losing it’s flow.
So let’s introduce some HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) which can help you to create lovely line paragraphs when using your phone.
So you take the triangular brackets “<>” and put some letters inside and you can end up with some lovely styles.
All commands (that I know from trialing) will be listed at the bottom of the post (without the triangular brackets)
By putting “h1” inside those brackets, you get a Heading, which you can end by putting /h1 inside those brackets at the end of a line of text.
"br" inside of the brackets. Don’t forget to end your paragraphs with “/p"
And easier way of keeping line breaks (and spaces for that matter), you can use the “pre” tag.
and you end
up with text
that looks like this.
and end it with “/pre"
For the formatting, we can use “b” to start a section of bold text; and end it with “/b” to go back to normal
We have the use of “i” to create italics, and obviously end it with “/i”
As far as I can tell, “strong” “/strong” and “em” “/em” can’t be used in WaniKani, only giving the same as bold and italics
The command “u” (or “ins”) provides us with underlined text, ended using “/u” (or “/ins”)
And so ends my little programming knowledge (ie how to format text using HTML)
List of commands (don’t include the quotation marks):
“h1” “/h1” - defines a heading
"p” “/p” - defines a paragraph (will ignore multiple spaces and line breaks)
“br” - creates a line break in a paragraph
"pre” “/pre” - creates a paragraph which keeps line breaks and spaces
"b" “/b” - creates bold text
"strong" “/strong” - also creates bold text
"i" “/i” - creates italicised text
"em" “/em” - also creates italicised text
"u" “/u” - creates underlined text
"ins" “/ins” - also creates underlined text