Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Enter Your Title

Welcome to my blog tutorial.

This is my blog entry for today. You can do some amazing things with text. All tags use the "pointy brackets" ( < > ), like the "less than" and "greater than" signs.

You can use the pre and /pre tags to tell the editor 
"make an exact duplicate of what I type here." The pre and /pre tags are
good for making tables like this:

Key Code Keys
001 43 11 x^2
002 43 26 π
003 20 ×
004 43 22 RTN

Remember to include the ending tags which start with the forward slash ( / ) character.

Any font that is not in between any tags defaults to Times Roman. Use the font face tag to change this.

I prefer to type in the tags myself, but you can also use the font button below.

The justification button affects the entire section.

Type orange text here.