Articles tagged with textile
In a pinch, Textile shorthand markup can be used to changed alignment, padding, or colors in your text.
Instructions and video describing several ways to link to a file you’ve uploaded via the Files tab in Textpattern
Adding titles to your links can aid accessibility as well as findability/SEO.
Find yourself discussing books or quoting people on your blog? Use the
When to use the “em” and “strong” tags in your text content, and how to insert them using Textile.
My Textile sandbox is a web page that allows you to learn and experiment with Textile markup.
Here are a few helpful Textile tips I’ve learned—including how to use Textile markup with no spaces around it.
Need to add a simple table to your blog post or other article? You can do it with Textile.
Textile is a set of cues you can use that tells Textpattern what kind of formatting to apply to your text. This allows you to put add italicized or bold text, lists, headings, links, and much more to your posts. This article shows you some of the most commonly used Textile cues.
I’ve read several lists of tips for good blogging. This is my summary of what I feel are the most important ones.
Textpattern is the content management system I’ve been using for the last couple of years to build all my clients’ sites. These are some useful terms and definitions for clients to know.