Can i use html on item description


#1

Hello everyone,
can i use html tags on item description. Cuz when i look at some items they got different things on the descriptions like styling or some images.

also when i write something like that

  • feature 1
  • feature 2
  • feature 3

it looks on my item description like this

  • feature 1 + feature 2 + feature 3

do i have to use <.br /> tag after every feature.

im new here and im sorry if this is a dumm question :slight_smile:


#2

You can use HTML, so it’s ok to make a list:

  • item 1
  • item 2
  • item 3

The available options are listed at the bottom of the text input area when you go to edit the item description (from memory).


#3

Thanks i`ll check :slight_smile:


#4

All the HTML in the How to Format a Post wiki post can be used in your item description. :slight_smile:


#5

What about aligning or centering images into Item description?? I cant do it with the “Align” command…

This is the code im using:

Thanks!


#6

What about aligning or centering images into Item description?? I cant do it with the “Align” command…

This is the code im using:

Thanks!


#7

Some make PNG and make it as wide as the description area, with transparent areas, so you can have centered image.

The center tag doesn’t always work.

I think you have to use

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#8
||+564910|Graphic-Studio said-||
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Ive used jpg with a 270 pixels wide. This is a problem? Mabbe too wide?

Ill try, the code anyway thanks! (Please moderator erase my first duplicated post)


#9

The code doesnt work for me (damn):

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Ive used temporally two images in one, as graphic studio said, but now I need to sepparate images, maintaining booth in the same line.

More hints?


#10
R3GeneralDesigns said

More hints?

Hi R3GD, there is a very useful browser plugin, which includes a livepreview, for both item descriptions and forum posts, called Envatitor Embedded, which you can download for free, among many other great marketplace-related apps, tools and resources @ Envato Extras. Good luck.


#11

Great Dzinc. The envatitor is a good tool, that saves me time for this kind of things. Thanks for the hint :slight_smile:

Anyway I solved the problem using tables to distribute the content. Here is the code if is useful for you too:


#12

Thanks guys! I had the same doubt…
:grimacing:


#13

Thanks for code :slight_smile:


#14

Thanks for Code