Saturday, January 17, 2009

A Thank You To SallyP

I just came from Green Lantern's Butt's Forever (http://green-lantern-butts-forever.blogspot.com/)and came away feeling so grateful. She was taking on another blogger who is one of the most childish I've ever seen when receiving criticism. I won't repeat it but SallyP echoed sentiments that I felt before having to stop visiting the ofeending blog in question. I was so thrilled to see a woman taking on this alleged feminist on her shit that I thought I'd post a thank you gift to the wonderful woman.

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It's courtesy of this wonderful little site (http://obamiconme.pastemagazine.com/) and if you think the Hal pic turned out great you should see what I did to my immediate family, none of whom are Obama supporters at all. Heh heh heh...


BTW, anyone knowing what the JTML code is for putting links in a post or disguising them with other text is, please feel free to leave the how to in my comments. I am so HTML challenged it's unbelievable...

7 comments:

Sea_of_Green said...

Yep, Sally is pretty darned awesome. :-)

Hal, Brain Damaged? I think it goes BEYOND that, actually. :-)

Della said...

Here is how you do an HTML hyperlink. I hope it puts it here correctly...

do put the quote marks, but replace url with the webpage you want to send to, and text with whatever you want to actually show in your writing...hope that makes sense.

hyperlink code:

text

Della said...

drat..it didn't work, it put the darn hyperlink..which I should have known, but I'm pretty HTML clueless too, this is the only code I know. okay, trying this again.. but DON'T put either asterisk * !

*text*

Della said...

sigh. sorry. hmm...not really sure how to make it show the actual code and not the hyperlink. will ask my husband, he's a programmer, and get back to you.

Della said...

okay, so you probably didn't even care this much. but here goes...

here is the code:

<a href="[url]">text</a>


then replace the parts just like I said in the first comment.

sorry to clutter up your post with so many comments, hope it was at least a little helpful.

Della said...

wait...whoops..DO NOT put the [ ] around the url part when writing the code...

Saranga said...

That's brilliant!