I am wondering if anyone knows of HTML tags that work in Instructables like the ones in this Instructable? https://www.instructables.com/id/Snork-Adding-HTML-TAGS-to-Instructables/
Question by Josehf Murchison | last reply
Hey, i'm currently working on redoing my website, and i've got a problem. I'm using tables to separate a background the main body, but when I add the text, it backs right up to the edges of the border. Does anybody know how to push the text in some, without using CSS? Using the tables won't work, it messes up my background.
Topic by Weissensteinburg | last reply
Hi! I recently posted my instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/Custom-Stamp-With-Brass-Inlay/ it got put on the homepage and has tons of views but no likes, this may be because i made the 'ible quite long by adding photos directly into the html, making it harder to see the whole thing, should i remove the photos?
Topic by MakerBox | last reply
I have a big text box and an array called lines. I want each line of the text box to be stored in one of the array segments. so if the text box was: Hello How Are You The lines variable world be: lines : Hello lines : How Are lines : You I'm sorry is this is a simple question because i am new to coding. I am using html and java-script. Thanks, Griffin.
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Question by nerotox101 | last reply
Hello, Is there a way to put images in the middle of text in a instructable step? I seem to only be able to put the images at the top. That's not very useful. There's no way to drag and drop an image where you want it. There also doesn't seem to be any html tag option - it seems Instructable go rid of that button, although I see Instructables from people that tell are using that button. What's going on? Thanks, Eric
Topic by electronichamsters | last reply
I noticed that everything I've done in HTML has disappeared from all of my Instructables!!! These are several featured and 1st/grand prize winning Instructables that I custom formatted in HTML for best effect. Can you please restore them? Will re-activating my Pro membership automatically restore them? If not, can you please restore it for me from a database backup or something?
Topic by frank26080115 | last reply
I use html to format my list of parts into a table, like this page. Recently the formatting was somehow lost on this page which is a bummer because it took a while to create the html. The page was fine for at least a year. I don't know exactly when the html was lost but I suspect it happened a few weeks ago (October 12th) when I edited a different page on the same instructable. It's possible that I edited the Instructable while my Pro membership was expired. I definitely did not edit the page with the html formatting. OS: Linux Ubuntu 14.10 Browser: Chromium 37.0.2062.120 Is there any chance of reverting that page (or even the Instructable) back to a date before the HTML was stripped out?
Topic by Deeg | last reply
Hey, I would like to know how to fix this font size problem I'm having. I don't know if HTML just doesn't allow it so that may be the case. So I have a div with an id of "NavBar" and a div with an id of "AccountList". The "AccountList" div is inside of the "NarBar" div. In the CSS, the "NavBar"'s div has a font size of 36px and a color of #e1e1e1. I want my "AccountList" div to have a font size of 19px and a different color. The problem I am having is that the "NavBar"'s CSS properties override the "AccountList" properties. How can I get around this? I will not take the "AccountList" div out of the "NavBar". If you want to see the actual thing I have and what I'm explaining, here is the code (Just save it as an HTML to run it): http://pastebin.com/ztX5Us7A Thanks,
Question by knexpert1700 | last reply
Re: this thread , I hate to have to say this but I don't think it's the best idea to make a big thing ofd the ability to use arbitrary HTML in comments. Yes, it's great to be able to go G o o g l e all over the place, but the lack of source editor for non-pro members actually cripples the editor, including the ability to save the text of a comment with formatting/links etc. and post it later (or just keep it in case the editor screws up and deletes your comment, like it just did to me). While the point of the pro value-added features is to make people want to go pro and "non-essential but cool" features are probably the best way of doing that without creating resentment, I still suspect the anti-pro regiment like ReCreate etc. don't need another reason to accuse pro members of lording it over the great unwashed.
Topic by PKM
Hi, while working at this one https://www.instructables.com/id/Waveshare-EPaper-and-a-RaspberryPi I experienced some clitches in the editor. 1. Code sections (formated with the paragraph "Code") are loaded in the editor including the HTML formating tags etc. When saving this they apear in the text as well, so the formating within the code section is destroyed every time. Browser = Chrome 60.3312... all my Safaris On an up to date iPad the complete page is shown as HTML within the editor, I did not try to save it there Feature Requests 2. More Header styles 3. insert a table ? User experience suffers a bit :-( Cheers Mario
Topic by mariosis | last reply
I noticed from when Eric made a post about internship in 2006, that many people have experience in scripting and such. But I also noticed how many people would like to learn, but all the big words keep them at an emotional distance.I was thinking that maybe some pros could de-mystify all them big terms for the people who might be interested in this. Mainly, Could people please post resources that could be useful to people who are interested in learning this. Or maybe some Instructables?I think that if you could simplify these to the very basics, for nth9 graders with very basic knowledge, they would have a great advantage in the future.Here are some resources I found could be very useful to complete beginners:W3School - Thanks to KitemanP.S. I Include myself in the group that wants to learn but is scared of all the big words
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Question by Spaceman Spiff | last reply
I think I found a bug that will cause the editor to crash. I had a typo in my HTML tag that I was entering into the source mode editor. The tag looked like blah When I tried to exit the "source code" mode, my browser (Chrome) told me the page had crashed. I tried again, and it crashed again. When I tried again with the tag corrected, it didn't crash.
Topic by frank26080115 | last reply
In a posting to NachoMahma's Text-Formatting FAQ, I remarked on a bug in the way hyperlinks (bracketed text) are rendered. The bug involves enclosing a hyperlink (valid or not) between punctuation characters, for example "[a-quoted-link]" or ([parenthetical-link]): "[a-quoted-link]" ([parenthetical-link])In both cases, the leading punctuation character, adjacent to the left bracket, is moved to the end of the link, instead of being preserved at the beginning.
Topic by kelseymh | last reply
I can not figure out how to write a link that says download here and have a html editor keep the url redirect to the link download here.
Question by Lisaw23 | last reply
So I play a game where if I need to report someone, I put it in a log, pretty much a table. I did this in html because I'll probally put it up on the website, so I was wondering if there were anyway to make a table maker? I want it to have 5 text fields and a submit button, so if I were to put in my name, the accused, the reason, the proof, and the action, and pressed submit, it would display it on the page, and it would save into the localhost. Is this possible? This be'd so much easier than having to do it manually.
Question by ehArcher | last reply
I am having trouble with adding a "set as homepage" button to my website, the code i tried dosent want to work in any of the good browsers firefox, opera, chrome, but it does work in internet explorer. Thanks in advance for any help! Heres the code I have been trying: Set as Homepage
Question by littlechef37 | last reply
Hello and thank you for taking the time to check out my question. I'm working on writing an instructable where I would like to have a picture and then a paragraph of text and then another picture and a paragraph of text and then so on and so forth. The problem I'm having is with the size of the pictures, they are huge... the code I'm using is: now I'm not great at using html, in fact I haven't really used it since my basic coding class in highschool, so I'm hoping that someone can show me where I'm making the mistake. If you could would you also give me some pointers on how to use html for instructables, things like centering text, creating line breaks, etc. Thanks in advance!!
Topic by Matt Makes | last reply
Ok, so I'm working on a step in my upcoming 'ible and I want to have the image in the text, but I'm not sure if that's even possible here. If so, can somebody tell me? Thanks. :D
Question by knexinventions 49 | last reply
I want to make a menu with background images that will devolve into another image when you hover over a category The layout of my menu looks somewhat like the one of instructables-->(food | living | outside | play | technology | workshop) but to make it look a bit nicer I want to make it fade and not just all of a sudden change the background without any transition at all. I've found a html code which does exactly what i want but I don't know how to do this in css (in a way in which it is supported by all browsers) the html code: /'\ does anyone how to do this | in css? thanks
Question by selujtje | last reply
I've been doing a bit of web design recently. My site looks great in firefox but in internet explorer the unordered lists for the menu are double spaced making it look a bit naff. After a bit of googling I couldn't find anything on it but wondered if any iblers had come across a list of common problems with html and css that makes internet explorer display it differently? (Pictures: firefox on left, IE on right)
Question by Jayefuu | last reply
I'm writing an instructable where I include some Linux wget commands that include a URL as part of the command. (i.e. wget http://aaa.com/a/b/foo.python). The instructables editor automatically converts the URLs to links with anchor tags. Is there a way I have the editor not convert the URL to a link?
Topic by talk2bruce | last reply
When arriving at a page such as https://www.instructables.com/tag/type-id/category-technology/ There's a horizontal scrollbar. To remove it, find this rule div#omni in your CSS files. Either: - Remove: border: 1px solid rgba(119,130,135,.4) - Add: box-sizing: border-box; Either one should fix your problem.
Topic by WilsonA15
Hi,I try to write an instructable to the math contest, but it is real hard to put inline formulas into the text. Even the simplest things are filtered out.I would like to make it with style and not use pictures for a simple power equation (you know the y=x^2 thing), but without the "^" symbol, just the number with superscript style. In HTML there is the tag to this or you can achieve with inline CSS as well (2), but while the editor show these correctly, these tags are filtered out at the saved instructable.What you think, what is the best solution to this problem? Do I have to use pictures? Or do I have to stay at the "^" symbol?It would be really nice when we have math contest, that this board could understand math styling as well (am I asking much with MATHML language?).
Question by bence.zahalka | last reply
Hi, just thought you would like to know ... I receive the frequent Instructables newsletters. However, I read mail in "mutt", a terminal-based text-only email program. If I want to follow a link in a message, I cut-and-paste it from the terminal to a browser. The URLs in the Instructables newsletters are ludicrously long, which makes them a chore to cut-and-paste. One I wanted to access today was 740 characters. I don't know of any compelling reasons for a URL to be that long. (I'm sure there are "reasons", I just suspect the same goals could be accomplished with URLs less than 100 characters long). I'm sure I'm in the extreme minority here, so I don't expect anyone to rush to fix this, but just thought you would like to know at least one newsletter recipient almost never follows the links it contains. Sorry if this was not the appropriate place to post this. A quick scan of the site did not turn up a "feedback to Instructables" option. Thanks, Mark
Topic by abqcheeks | last reply
Ive been lookin 4 alot of them but i cant find 1 and freewebs doesnt do css and html so im at a loss and suggestions? (i would like it free i dont have alot of money to spend)
Question by stormer1127 | last reply
I'm a beginner in HTML coding. When I click a button it should open a page or document. How should I do it. Sorry for my English :-((
I've been updating one of my forum topics today, and I have seen some annoying bugs in the handling of HTML entities and special characters.In the original topic text, I made use of three HTML entities (&...;): the open and close square brackets (numeric entities #91 and #93) and the Greek letter mu (entity "micro"). In the initial posting, all these entities are translated correctly. What I have seen is that if I then "Edit Topic", the text is not "inverted" correctly: The entities are preserved as their corresponding ASCII characters. For the square brackets, which I had entered as entities specifically so they would not be interpreted as signaling a hyperlink, that interpretation occurs and messes up my text. For the micro entity, a sequence of invalid additional characters (angstrom and question mark) get prepended to it on each edit/publish cycle.Obviously I can (and did, half a dozen times) go through and re-repair all of these mistakes, but it's pretty annoying :-(
Topic by kelseymh | last reply
For example, there's a list of links down the left hand side, when you hover over it more links pop out the side. I'll try explain in ASCII: [Text] [Text] > [Text] [Text] [Text] [Text] [Text] >[Link] [Text] [Link] [Link] A link to a website with this featured on it would be fine, just so I can go view source.
Question by Kryptonite | last reply
UPDATE: Comments prior to 12 October also show the "double conversion" effect. In my forum topic from last week, https://www.instructables.com/community/How-small-could-you-make-a-working-computer/ , scroll down to find comments from 12 and 13 October 2009. You will see that in cases where there were multiple paragraphs, or links included, the comment text is now being displayed as literal HTML source (e.g. '
Topic by kelseymh | last reply
In html the iframe tag asks for a source, usually a web page or web document. I think it might be possible for an iframe to reference another iframe. Let me know if I am wrong or if you have any suggestions on how to do this. Thanks!
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