Mylor 8:53am, 9 November 2006
Hey People,

Can some one explain or give a link where I can learn exactly how to use the flickr HTML code to give itailcs/bold/quotes in flickr.

I know this is easy.
I know I am not thick.
But dam this does not seem obvious to me!

Help?

Thanks in advance

-Mylor


Some HTML is ok

Here's the list:

'tag' => 'attribute' (allowed)

'a' => 'href', 'target'
'b' => None
'blockquote' => None
'em' => None
'i' => None
'img' => 'src', 'width', 'height', 'alt', 'title'
'strong' => None
'u' => None
/J PRO Posted 12 years ago. Edited by /J (member) 12 years ago
You write them as ordinary html tags. like <i> for italics.

(Obviously you have to escape your <'s and >'s in order for prevent them for becomings html-tags, a Flickr-bug perhaps?)
Not a bug. It would be hard to write inline HTML if it would encode the < and > right?

If you do want them to show up, you can always use the HTML encoded version, which you write like this &gt; for ">" and &lt; for "<"
tightfisted home [deleted] 12 years ago
I wrote this a couple of weeks ago, it may be of some help:
flickr.com/forums/ideas/29805/#reply147752
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