How to make crossed out text

Hi all! Midweek so today we'll be teaching another one of our easy HTML tutorials! What do you guys say about the crossed out text?? I'll share with you how to do that and even bump it up a bit, cause text with a strike through line is the new Justin Bieber:)



1. First you can cross your text with a line by copying this paragraph:


Replace "your text here" with your own text. This is how it turns out: your text here


2. Now you can go ahead and make the text oblique, by copying this line:


Your text now should turn out something like this: your text here instead of just your text here


3. And to even make the text stand out, you can use this line:


And your text now can turn out like this: your text here instead of just your text here


Now here are the 3 stages your crossed text got through:
your text here
your text here
your text here

Pretty neat right? And easy:) That's it for today. Hope it helped! Oh and before i forget, don't worry i read all your emails with requests on teaching stuff *so keep 'em coming*, but it takes a while until i catch up with all the requests:) For that reason check back to see what comes up next in Blogger tutorial section, take a look at the SEO department for more tips to improve your blog's traffic or join us to learn new HTML tricks and tips every day! Maybe your topic request is being answered tomorrow, who knows?!:)


48 comments:

Jennifer Kay said...

Would that be the same for doing a strikethrough in the title of your post (in Blogger)?

Thank you for sharing, I love reading the tips!!!

Kelly said...

Thanks! I'll be saving this article. :)

Diana Mieczan said...

That is such a great tip:) Thanks,sweetie

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Traci66 said...

Thanks for the tip.

Life with Kaishon said...

Great tutorial. Thanks for taking the time to write this.

Marcie Chavez said...

Thanks for posting! I've been wondering how to strike out text!

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Ashley said...

Very cool! Seems easy enough, even I can do it and that's saying something! :)

Sami said...

Thanks for the follow.. I am not following you.. Love the blog and tutorials.

Jenny said...

What a great post, can't wait to try it!

{jami @ i m a g i n e} said...

Fantastic tip! Thanks!


xo - jami
i m a g i n e

Brandy said...

Hi there! I am following you back from FMBT!

Lily's Laundry Boutique said...

great tips. thanks for linking to FFF. have a great week. www.lilyslaundryblog.com

Inspiring You To Save! said...

Thanks for visiting! I always love your tutorials!

Jacqueline said...

I am thrilled to be following you back! Thanks for the follow.

This is great to know. I didn't know how to do this, but I accidentally did it once and didn't understand what I had done. Can't wait to get to know you better. I am just kind of a newby - only blogging since end of May, but I am sure learning tons!!!

Evelyn said...

That was pretty cool! I took notes on it.
Thanks for the follow, sharing the love back.


Evelyn
Adventure Of Super Spice

Sandy said...

Great tip and tutorial! I've bookmarked it for future use.

Sandy

The Thibault Fam said...

Thanks for following! Returning the kindness!

Sheena said...

Awesome tutorial. I am still trying to find out all the HTML stuff. I started my blog as an easy way to share recipes and just now getting into the "making my blog cute" type stuff! Thanks for swinging by Best of Momma Chef!

Emily said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. I'm your newest follower! :)

Elizabeth @ My Life, Such as it is... said...

Uber cool! I was wondering how to do that. Thank you very much.

Darlene said...

Hi. Thanks for following me. I'm already following you! My next goal is to figure out how to do a "button". (As far as remaining calm goes, I think it was just a way to be in denial that anything weird was happening! haha)

Greta: From Transparencies of Motherhood said...

Oh I am so excited to stumble across your blog! This beginner blogger needs help :)

Krafty Kat said...

I'm so glad you shared that-I've been wondering how to do that! Following from Paisley Passions blog hop! Pls stop by & give me a visit!
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Rose said...

Thanks for the great tip and for stopping by Tips for Saving. I'm now following you back.

JJ said...

Already a follower. Just stopped by to say hello.

Grace Matthews said...

Thanks for the follow...following you back. I like your site. I am not very good at the html thing so a How to site is just what I need. :)

Lynn from For Love or Funny said...

I can't believe this is the first time I've ever seen your blog - I like it! You were above me at SITS today.

Liz said...

Thanks for stopping by! And for the tutorial. HTML is not my friend . I could use any help I can get! Happy Holidays!

~Liz@ www.thefloweringdogwood.com

Crayon Couture said...

Thanks so much for this. I have been meaning to research how to incorporate this into my blog!
♥Annie
http://crayoncouture.blogspot.com/

Louanne said...

Thanks for following me! I'm following you back!

Neisa said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. I'm so glad you did, I'm new to blogging and it looks like your blog is going to be so helpful!

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~your newest follwer

Petula said...

Cool tutorial. I'm actually lucky to use Windows Live Writer. It does it with a push of the button. I wish I had this tutorial before I started using Live Writer 'cause I always wondered how it was done. :-)

I'm following you as well.

LBT said...

What a terrific blog! I am so glad you visited LBT and let me know about you. And thank you so much for following - that makes me do this =D

There is so much wonderful information here, I might stay a while. :) I am also putting your button on my blog so others will have a chance to visit you. I'll be back for Boost My Blog Friday, too! Thanks again, you rock!
Angelene
LBT
http://littlebuggietutu.blogspot.com

melissa said...

Love your blog!! I am always trying to figure out different HTML codes.. I'm so glad I can just come here now :) thanks for the follow by the way.. I'm following back!

Suertemom said...

Hi! I'm following you back and thanks for visiting my blog. You have great ideas to improve new blogs like mine. Thanks!

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I am a new follower of yours from the Keepin' Company Thursdays.

Please stop by and follow back when you have a chance. :-)

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Michelle said...

Too cool! I'm here to follow you back:) Have a fabulous day!

Bonni said...

Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog yesterday! You suggested a good book to read that I decided to ask my children to buy me for Christmas!!

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Terra H. said...

Thanks for posting about this. I always wondered how it was done. Now I know.

Abbi said...

i'm a new follower and thank you for the tips. I'm looking forward to more since i'm a new blogger
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BabaMoon Baby Knits said...

great tutorial! its always handy to come across useful html tips! thanks for posting :)

thanks for following me and joining in my long weekend blog hop! I'm following :)

Best wishes!

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Ajenkins614 said...

This didn't work for me. Is it because I changed my font, or will it not show until I hit publish? When I preview my post, it is not struck out. Thanks!

Design It Chic said...

Hi Ajenkins614! Yes, if you added an SWF file for a new font on your blog, this trick won't work. This naturally works only for standard fonts. Hope this was of help. Have a great day!