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Anonymous says

Here are the following HTML4 and #HTML5 tags that can be inserted here that I have found out:
For italics, use <em> word </em>
For Bold, use <strong> word </strong>
For underline, use <u>word</u>
For strikeout, use <s>word </s>
For subscript, use <sub>word</sub>
For superscript, use <sup>word</sup>
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Anonymous says

☙ Show your creative side here, put UTF-8 Characters here.❧
You guys can use unicode to insert stuff here so that &#9749; becomes a nice ☕ mug.

This is part of the #HTML5 discussion.

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Anonymous says

You can use the some of the following #HTML5 and HTML4 markup on this site.
Put html tags around words to get results.

<strong>Your bolded phrase here</strong>

<em>Your italics phrase here</em>

If you want to put symbols, you need to put &nnnn; with nnnn being the 4 digit code or else put the words clubs instead of a number so you can have ♣

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Anonymous says

Looks like you guys can put the old HTML4 <u>underline</u> tags on your comments to this site despite breaking the #HTML5 design of this site.

And if you add the html5 symbols, you can ℬe ℳore ℱriendly this way.

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Anonymous says

Today can be a fun day, you guys don't need to be ☣ to each other.
Using the w3schools HTML Symbols page, we can insert goodness and achieve more inner ☮.

So pickup that #HTML5 reference material and put your funny side to work.

So let's cast ⚓ anchor and ⛵ sail away to a better future.

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Anonymous says

⇑ This guy knows that you don't need an emoji keyboard to insert crazy stuff here. Just use #HTML5 symbols.
Hopefully it helps with inner peace ☮.

Knowledge of those UTF-8 symbol refs may make you feel like a ♚ of your domain instead of lesser person.

⚠ Be warned, it may be addictive. ⚠

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Anonymous says

Instead of just #NewEmojiSuggestions alone, I think we could bring more of the #HTML5 "UTF-8 Miscellaneous Symbols">/i> (from W3schools) into the mix like a snowman ⛄ that way it turns your frown #9785; into a smile #9787;

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