Markdown & HTML Code Guide for Beginners that includes 5 Useful Tips to edit Posts & Comments using Steemit's Raw Editor; Edit & Align Text, Columns, Table and Smiley's

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This Post is dedicated to all those new Users who recently joined Steemit and have no idea how to utilize the Raw Markdown Editor in order to edit Posts or Comments

When you decide to write out a post, you'll notice that there 2 options on the top right corner that enables you to switch between the built-in Editor or Raw Editor!

The Built-in Editor Is Simple and Easy to Use! If you're really desperate to start publishing content on Steemit this is for you! You won't need much for an ''Introduceyourself'' Post but as you begin to write more content you'll definitely want to familiarize yourself with Markdown & HTML Coding

I can understand that many of you, do not like the slightest idea of learning to code. You should at least give it a try! as there is possibility of getting rewarded by the Community! If your post has interesting Content and appealing layout it is bound to get more upvotes from the Steemit Community, so it pays to learn how to edit or format your Post & Comments

The Raw Editor allows you to edit content through Markdown and HTML Codes. Both of them are consider to be Mark Up Language

What is a Mark Up Language?

Markup languages are designed for the processing, definition and presentation of text. The language specifies code for formatting, both the layout and style, within a text file. The code used to specify the formatting are called tags. HTMLis a an example of a widely known and used markup language

Markdown is a lightweight markup language with plain text formatting syntax designed so that it can be converted to HTML and many other formats using a tool by the same name

HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is the set of markup symbols or codes inserted in a file intended for display on a World Wide Web browser page. ... Each individual markup code is referred to as an element (but many people also refer to it as a tag)



5 Beginner Tips



1) Make Text Bold or Italic

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2) How to Align Text to the Right & Left

If you spot an error in any of my Guides please feel free to correct me and also if there is anything you would like to see a Guide on, let me know! Dedicated young Steemian interested in getting Vested. Will write another tip on Markdown Codes Soon, Follow me for more!


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3) Insert Table

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Raw Editor Input Code

Benefits|Outcome
-|-|
Graphical Content| Data Visualization|
Visualization of statistics| Word Summary|

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4)Insert smiley's & Icons


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IconCode
😉 WinK&#128521
😊 Smile&#128522
😠 Angry&#128544
😜 Tongue&#128540
😧 Surprised&#128551
😱 Scream&#128561
😆 LOL&#128518
😎 Glasses&#128526
😍 Heart Eyes&#128525
😭 Crying&#128557
😞 Sad&#128542
😶 No Words&#128566
😇 Angel&#128519
😈 Devil&#128520
😵 Dizzy&#128565

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5) Format Text Into Columns

Example

2 Columns

Long lines of text can be hard to read, so doing multiple columns breaks the lines up to something more optimal. In type-setting there is actually a sweet spot between too short lines (eyes have to constantly jump lines) and too long lines (when jumping a line it's hard to figure out which line is the next one and not accidentally skip a line).
It was shown, by experiment, that optimal amount of text for print material is ~60 characters per column. Higher amount of characters per column interferes with brain's ability to scan through text easily, much like you need to break text into paragraphs for same reason
>An alternative method to Display Content

You can simply copy paste the code below into your Raw Editor and change my Text!

<div class=pull-left>
Write you first Column Text right here followed by closing Markdown Code
</div>
<div class=pull-right>
Now write the Text of your 2nd Column, keep in mind that some Markdown Styling won't Work
</div>

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  ·  15 days ago

This is a very helpful post

49
  ·  14 days ago

very usefuls 😎

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  ·  5 hours ago

Indeed the post is quite enlightening

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  ·  last month

I dont have the raw html button. i am seeing hundreds and soon i bet thousands of how to steem posts.. this is starting to get really frustrating. there should be a simple section for how to's.

73
  ·  6 months ago

Like I've always said, you can never have enough Markdown guides. ;)

33
  ·  2 months ago

Are the Emoji still part of the current Steemit.com &#128526 ;
:smile:

Great

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65
  ·  last month

yes, they are all still functions properly 😎

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45
  ·  last month

The article was helpful. Now I know how to write Emoji's online. Thank you 😊

46
  ·  last month

Awesome post! I'm a beginner to the platform and the examples in this post really helped me construct my first post. Keep up the good werk!

68
  ·  6 months ago

Thank you so much for explaining how to add icons!!!!!!

Upvoted and resteeemed.

Steem on,
Mike

65
  ·  6 months ago

Thanks heaps, steemitguide. I've had centering and headings nailed for a while but struggle with left/right justifying images next to text and never even considered columns of text.
You've given me some valuable tips.

70
  ·  6 months ago

Great work! Thanks for the detailed explanation

49
  ·  11 days ago

Do you know how to paste code in a comment so the code is visible instead of interpreted? Much like you pasted your code examples in the article.

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  ·  8 days ago

good :)

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  ·  3 days ago

SAVED!