Video: Using HTML on Textbroker
In this tutorial video, Textbroker authors can learn how to properly use HTML coding and tags in their articles and on their orders!
We’ve had a lot of questions from authors pertaining to proper use of HTML, or Hypertext Markup Language, on Textbroker orders. So we made a video to help! We hope that all of your HTML-related questions can be answered by our new video: Using HTML on Textbroker!
112601 24. December 2014 - 9:17
That is an encouraging post. My experience with teams hasn't been very positive in that I belong to over 25 and have never seen orders in any of them and have 17 or so that never responded one way of the other and have been open indefinitely. However, perhaps the secret is to keep applying regularly and eventually at least one team will work out. Thanks for the post.
364497 15. January 2015 - 15:44
I am a bit confused by the answers on 9 and 10. The "not only" phrase creates an incomplete thought, meaning the sentence does not qualify for a semicolon. Please explain why the semicolon works despite the incomplete thought. Thank you.
Rob Rangi 27. May 2018 - 12:19
When adding my 300-word sample for submission, I found the text counter counted the HTML tags as words as well. Do these count towards the final submission if up to 300-words were requested?
Cody Christensen 8. August 2018 - 20:01
Yes, HTML will count towards the final word count. 🙂
Patricia Anne Gallinger-Giao 11. August 2018 - 20:51
Can I get clarification on how to use:
– text input box, is this for a simple noncoded version of my sample, or should it be coded here?
– signup_article_sample_url_label, is this for a properly coded HTML page?
– signup_article_sample_comment_label, what is this box typically used for?
Cody Christensen 13. August 2018 - 20:12
Thanks for your comment! Please email our author services team ([email protected]) and one of our team members will be more than happy to help you out!
Terry Clinton 3. May 2019 - 21:13
Is HTML mandatory?
Tara Brown 31. August 2019 - 14:49
I am also wondering the same, it seems incredibly confusing – even with the video..