Codes for writing Emails Lesson # 1: Text Size And Color: To Size And Color Your Text Try This Sample Code: (note: make sure you add the text ! the sample text is "This Is To Easy Draac !". This Is To Easy Draac ! You Can Use This With Different Lines Of Text, In The Same E-mail. The Results Will Be Different Font Sizes and Colors With Every Line Of Text. Try This Sample Code: This Is To Easy Draac ! I Can't Believe It !! It's Working For Me !! You Can Replace The Font Size Value With Numbers 2 through 7 There Are Many Colors To Try. For A Few Samples. Click On The Charts Below. WtvJunky's Color Chart RGB Color Chart Lesson # 2: Bold, Italic, Underline, Typewriter Text: These Are The Tags For Bold: and These Are The Tags For Italics: and These Are The Tags For Underline: and These Are The Tags For Typewritter: and Try This Sample Code: (note: You Can Use These Tags Together Or By Themselves, I Will Use Them Together.) Are You Sure It's This Easy Draac ? Lesson # 3: Background Colors: These Are The Tags For Adding Color To You Background. Behind Your Text, Gifs And Pics.and Try This Sample Code: I'm Amazed Draac ! I Can Do This ! It's Easy ! Shall We Go On ? Of Course We Should ! Lesson # 4: Line Breaks: Their Are Two Types Of Line Breaks. One Is To Break The Text To The Next Line. The Other Is To Add a Blank Line Between Things. This Is The Tag For A Text Line Break:
The tag will create one blank line. This tag can only be used once between images or text. Try This Sample Code:I'm Amazed Draac !
I Am The Best !!Lesson #5: Adding An Image: Here Is The Tag For Adding An Image Try This Sample Code: I'm Amazed Draac !
If You Would Like To Re-size Your Image. Add The Height, Width and Border Codes To The This Lesson. Replace The Image Code Above With This Code. All That I Added Was The Height, Width And Border. You Can Play With The Numbers To Get Your Desired Image Size. If You Do Not Know The Proper Height And Width Proportions. Add Just Either The Width Or The Height And It Will Figure The Missing One Out On Its Own Without Distorting The Image. The Border Is A Shadowbox In Which The Image Sits In. The Larger The Border Number, The Deeper The Box. Lesson #6: Alignment (Images): Here Are The Tags To Center Align Images:
withText And Images Will Default Align To The Left. Try This Sample Code:
I'm Amazed Draac ! I Can Do This !