So, you want to know how to ENCHANT your journal? Well, here are a collection of codes and tips you can use in your journal, to make it look as pretty as many other journals around deviantART.
How to add images to your journal
< img src="source URL" alt="Image Description" /> remember to remove the spaces in the code when you're using it
The source URL is the URL of the picture you want to include, and the image description will be shown if the image, for some reason, cannot be loaded. Please also don't forget the trailing />. If you forget it, problems like your text not being properly aligned might occur.
Images you wish to place in your journal must be hosted offsite, either on your own webspace, or utilizing one of the image hosting services like Photobucket.com.
If you want to add thumbs from deviantArt, you use the code : thumb#### : to your journal. You have to replace the #### with the numbers from the deviation URL.
For example: www. deviantart.com/deviation/27931172</b>/ = : thumb27931172 : Remember to remove the spaces in the code, and it will look like this
This is the same for both THUMBS and STAMPS, because it's like a preview of a deviation
How to align your journal to center or left
By plasing the code < div align="center"> in front of the part of your journal you want to center. In order to have the text aligned normally, you will need to cancel the center tag using < /div>
If you want your text align to the left, you simply replace "center" in the code, with "left" ; < div align="left"> , remember to remove the spaces in the code when you're using it
The above codes only work for those with a subscription -------------------------------------------------------------------- The below codes can be used by everybody
Some HTML text formatting These can be used in comments as well as formatting the text in your journal. All tags must have an opening and a closing tag for your formatting to work correctly. You need to start your sentence with an opening tag <> and when you wish to end your specified formatting style you need to end it with the closing tag </>. Anything between these tags will be displayed in the specified style.
Bold text < b >YOUR TEXT</ b >
Underlined text < u >YOUR TEXT</ u >
Italic text < i >YOUR TEXT </ i >
Subscript text < sub >YOUR TEXT</ sub >
Superscript Text < sup >YOUR TEXT</ sup >
Monospaced Text < code >YOUR TEXT</ code >
< blockquote >YOUR TEXT</ blockquote >
Strike text < strike >YOUR TEXT</ strike >
remember to remove the spaces in the code when you're using it
I cant understand anything somebody HELP ME!!!!! what is this?-----> < img src="source URL" alt="Image Description" /> ?? and where can I gat that? and then were must I write that? oh gosh I am so dumb and my English is so bad. poor me is there any easy way to put a picture in journal??? without that URL src and CCS. I cant get them at all
Remove the spaces in the code, and replace "source URL" with the URL of your picture (That means the picture must be online somewhere). If you do this, the code will automatically turn into a picture when you save your journal.