Bio/Artistic Statement HTML

posted on 7th of december, 2008

After a few edits and improvements to my Bio/Artistic Statement in my profile and looking at the ones of others. I noticed that the little box supports HTML, at first I played around with editing the font from bold to italic to create more structure. Then I realized that links can also be created, very handy for creating links to managed collections and lightboxes, a way of organizing your portfolio into categories and displaying a link on your profile to each one.

I have not been able to add images in the html box as it is probably not supported.

None the less it is good that you can play around with basic HTML and have well maintained content in your statement.

Comments (2)

Posted by Mildegard on December 07, 2008
Thanks for the tip!
Posted by Aughty on December 07, 2008
Your are right, great tip. I like your drawings.

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