Hello!! In today's instructable, I will be teaching you how to make an instructable. Speak of the irony huh? Some of you may have been with the website for a couple hours, couple days or even a couple years, browsing around looking for ideas to suit your daily Life Hacking needs...but if you have ever wanted to make an instructable, you didn't know where to start...or maybe the 'Ibles out there are not easy for you to follow. Well, today is your lucky day, as I will be taking you through step by step into how you can make your very own instructable! Just to eliminate confusion and accusations of plagiarism, I understand that there are a few instructables highlighting how to make an instructable, but for everyone's assurance, I did not take this idea rom anyone...I took and edited all the screenshots myself, and formed everything based off my past 22 experiences with instructables.com.

This Instructable has been entered into the Weekend Projects Contest. I have entered it into the contest to help those who want to create an instructable, go through a guided process of how to start and publish their projects. If a subject matter has been thought of, this instructable can help to guide them through the process (and if the project is not too time consuming) to finish their project in one weekend or shorter!!

Step 1: Materials

For this project, you will need the following materials:

1:A computer
2:A Camera
3:An instructables.com profile (see my project on how to make an 'Ibles acct)
4:A Subject to hack!!
When I go to edit text for a step, there is not a place on the toolbar that says source where I can edit the HTML, like there is in the screenshots you provided. Do I need to enable an option/preference somewhere? Thanks in advance!

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Bio: I am an Eagle Scout. I love Hunting, Fishing, Camping, Ropework, Chain Mail, Making things in general, and i love my family.
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