Typing Tips

ATP page typing tips

With Typing Tricks you can emphasize your text and add more meaning. Here’s how!

Bold

Making words bold is to make words darker and thicker. They are normally used when stressing something important or if the word is a vocabulary word. Like this. Although, sometimes, when authors reply to comments they are in bold, as to not get confused which comment is theirs and to help show their answer. To make words bold just type <b> in front of your text and </b> at the end! But don’t bold words too much.

Underline

Underlining words do exactly what it says. It creates a solid line beneath the words of your choice. It is normally used when making key words pop out, showing main parts of something, and showing certain letters within a word. Like this. To make words underlined you type <u> in front of your text and </u> at the end! But don’t use underlining too much, especially because people can mistake them for a link. Underlining is best used for titles.

Italics

Italics are a tool that makes words slanted, slightly to the right. They are normally used in naming, quoting and emphasizing. Like this. To make words italics just type <i> in front of your text and </i> at the end! But don’t use italics too much.

Striking

Striking words makes a thin line go straight through your words. They are used for crossing out what you didn’t mean to say, normally making a joke. Like this. To strike a word you just type <strike> in front of your text and </strike> at the end! But don’t cross out words too much and don’t make jokes that could be offensive.

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