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RE: 3 Simple Formatting Tricks For Your Next Steemit Post

in #steemit4 years ago (edited)

Saving that list as an image is a great idea. I kept going back to the link that shows up after I begin writing in the editor window.

Indeed. I thought everyone here will find it useful. So glad I shared.

It states that emoji's will also work, but when I tried it, it didn't call up any emoticons.

Steemit doesn't convert this :) into 😀

So you have to manually find the yellow smiley, online, and paste it in the editor. Works just fine. I guess I will write about this soon. For now, check getemoji or any other website.

Copy / paste the emoji!

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Lets see if I can make this work:

Steemit doesn't convert this :) into 😀

The list of emotes indicates that a smiley face is made by the code :smiley: , but even that does not work (as you can see here).

Oh yea! I like that markdown for the quote! I feel like a kid in a candy store! LOL

:smiley: won't work!

Steemit strips so many markdown styling, for some reason. Perhaps to stop people from feeling like a kid in a candy store! LOL

Oh yea! I like that markdown for the quote! I feel like a kid in a candy store! LOL

Eh! You see what I mean! 😂

Copying the emotes as images seems like a lot of extra work. But then again, finding the correct code is just as much trouble, so (meh), I just might use them some day.

You can also use any built-in browser extension - a smiley extension. I do hope you have visited websites like getemoji. It really is ctrl+c and ctrl+v.

finding the correct code is just as much trouble, so (meh), I just might use them some day.

True! Which is why I posted the first image.

I think you will do fine. :)