• Me:Just write words.
  • Me:...
  • Me:Just. Literally, like, open TextEdit, and write something.
  • Me:...
  • Me:Anything will do.
  • Me:...
  • Me:Just start typing things! You can edit your trash into not trash once you've written the words.
  • Me:...................

I have a tendency to do this thing where I open a textedit document to jot down ideas, scenes, descriptions, whatever comes to mind because it’s quick to open and I don’t need the internet but what ends up happening is I just use the same document because I don’t feel like saving it and it just gets left open so then I have like 20 different bits of different stories, fanfic and original, all in the same document and that’s where I’m at rn.

really need to get it organized but that takes work.

anonymous asked:

Vida when you write where do you usually write? I mean pen and paper? Or when in laptop, do you use any app?

I have trouble writing on pen and paper as I have the tendency to forget what I want to write right away (and I also make a lot of mistakes), so I always use my laptop, then transfer it to my journal after. I don’t use any apps, dear. Just notes/textedit!

What is HTML?

HTML stands for Hyper-Text Markup Language. This code language enables us to lay out the basics of webpages. Virtually every web page in existence was created using this language.

So, how do I use it?

You can write HTML in any text editor. (Yes, any! You don’t need a fancy code editor to create websites!) This means you can write a website in Notepad, TextEdit, or even Microsoft Word. All you have to do is save your file with an .html extension. Then you’re good to go!

Alright! Now how do I make something?

I’ll go over how to properly format your HTML soon, but for now, type something in your document. For example:

Hello world!

Now save your file, and open it in your web browser. Tada!

One problem, though. We didn’t specify what type of information “Hello world!” was, so the browser defaulted to displaying plain text. How do we remedy this? With tags of course!

Tags (or Elements)

As you saw, typing things in our .html file displayed them in our browser. But what if we want the text to be bold? Or a heading? That’s where elements come in.

Elements typically have an opening and closing tag. The opening tag is written with two angle brackets, like so: <html>

Closing tags are written with two angle brackets as well. However, there is a forward slash after the first bracket. </html>

Coming up next: Formatting Your HTML Document

Further reading/sources:

In Textdateien URL´s direkt mit dem Browser öffnen

Ein Text-Editor, wie TextEdit, unterstützt keine Formatierungen. Hier lassen sich keine Unterstreichungen, Fett- oder Kursivschriften einstellen. Auch anklickbare Webseitenlinks (Hyperlinks) werden in einem Texteditor nicht unterstützt. MAC-Nutzer müssen bei der Verwendung des Text-Editors aber auf eine direkt anklickbare URL nicht verzichten. Mit einem kleinen Trick lässt sich eine Webseite direkt aus einer Textdatei im Browser öffnen.

IMG_0001.jpg I am so happy to have you, and words alone won’t do any justice. I’m sorry for the past nights where you would read my writings and break down. You had to bear the sadness that spilled over to TextEdit and paper note books. Today, you looked at me and said, “I suddenly remembered the times when you were so sad.” Darling, those days are over. My only regret is not looking past my own teary eyes sooner because when the haze cleared, I realised that it was you pulling me out of it. Today, you did the riskiest move. For giving me your first, I swear to the heavens that I will give you my all.  Thank you, and I really, really love you.