HTML Editor shows the code and one can replace the WYSIWYG editor buttons with quick tags. These quick tags are explained as follows.
* b – HTML tag for strong emphasis of text (i.e. bold).
* i – HTML tag for emphasis of text (i.e. italicize).
* b-quote –
HTML tag to distinguish quoted or cited text.
* del –
HTML tag to label text considered deleted from a post. Most browsers display as striked through text.
* link – HTML tag to create a hyperlink.
* ins – HTML tag to label text considered inserted into a post. Most browsers display as underlined text.
* ul –
HTML tag will insert an unordered list, or wrap the selected text in same. An unordered list will typically be a bulleted list of items.
* ol –
HTML tag will insert a numbered list, or wrap the selected text in same. Each item in an ordered list is typically numbered.
* li –
HTML tag will insert or make the selected text a list item.
* code –
HTML tag for preformatted styling of text. Generally sets text in a monospaced font, such as Courier.
* more – WordPress tag that breaks a post into “teaser” and content sections. Type a few paragraphs, insert this tag, and then compose the rest of post. On blog’s home page one canl see only those first paragraphs with a hyperlink ((more…)), which when followed displays the rest of the post’s content.
* page –