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Creating Wordpress Posts with HTML without knowledge

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by modinho, Jun 21, 2014.

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    Dear DigitalPoint,
    I had seen in the past a program or feature which created awesome HTML text for people without scripting knowledge, i need to create good blog posts and spice things up.
    SEMrush
    Anyone has any suggestions ?
     
    modinho, Jun 21, 2014 IP
    SEMrush
  2. RobinInTexas

    RobinInTexas Active Member

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    You might take a look at TinyMCE Advanced plugin
     
    RobinInTexas, Jun 21, 2014 IP
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    Khadaji Active Member

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    TinyMCE Advanced is what I use.

    However, nothing is going to beat the ability to go in and code it yourself. When using TinyMCE - there will always be times when something gets messed up - and I simply jump into the file and fix it... but you can't do that if you don't know basic HTML.

    I highly encourage people to learn the basics of HTML - it's simply not that difficult. And such basic knowledge will help you write great posts as well.

    Not an extensive list, but here's the first things you should learn:
    • <strong>Bolding</strong>
    • <u>Underline</u>
    • <i>Italics</i>
    • <h1>Header Tags</h1>
    • </ br> Force a line break
    • <p>Paragraph</p>
    • <center>Center (However, done now differently)</center>
    • <div class="aligncenter">Center</div>
    That's just a few off the top of my head... and any intelligent person could learn these in an hour or two...

    So even if you use TinyMCE - it'll still be easier for you to be able to go in and fix the occasional coding burp.
     
    Khadaji, Jun 28, 2014 IP