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Edit Public Event Calendar
The public calendar has been removed. The html markup tags are provided as a quick reference should they be needed for blogs or other web posting environments accepting tags.

Editing tools:

HTML Tags
To add impact to your calendar entries use to following tags. For most tags you must type an opening tag such as <b> in front of the text you want to change and a closing tag such as </b> after the text. It is important to add the closing tag. Not doing so will make all the rest of the text have the attribute assigned by the opening tag.

Bold
Type this tag <b> in front of the word(s) you want to be bold. Type this tag </b> after the word(s) you want to make bold.

Italics
Type this tag <i> in front of the word(s) you want in italics. Type this tag </i> after the word(s) you want in italics.

Bold Italics
Type both these two tags <b><i> in front of the word(s) you want to bold and italicize. Type both these tags </b></i> after the word(s) you want to bold and italicize.

Link to Website
To make a piece of text be a link to a website you must type the right opening and closing tags, and write the correct url in the correct location. Type the opening tag <a href=""> in front of the word(s) you want to act as the link and type the </a> closing tag after the word(s). Between the quote marks type the exact url for the page you want to link to. For instance if you were making a link to Rev. Jeff's website, type <a href="http://www.speignerphoto.com"> in front of the linking words and type </a> afterwards. The text link above is an example of this technique.

Link to email
To make a piece of text launch the users email browser with the desired email address inserted in the address line the procedure is the same as above but with different stuff between the quote marks. Type the opening tag <a href=""> in front of the word(s) you want to act as the link and type the </a> closing tag after the word(s). Between the quote marks type the conjoined words mailto: in front of the exact email address you want to link to. For instance if you were making a link to Rev. Jeff's email, type <a href="mailto: jeff.speigner2@gte.net"> in front of the linking words and type </a> afterwards. The text link above is an example of this technique.

Line Return without Vertical Space
To begin a new line of type without adding a space between lines, do not type return. Instead put the tag <br> before the type you want to move onto the new line. There is no closing tag necessary as in the other tags above. All the HTML Tag paragraphs above were created without a space below the head using this technique. The spaces between paragraphs were done by typing return after the last line.

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