Style Codes (for Gharr’s Style Manual)

HTML code in Gharr’s articles (for style manual)

(The main heading is in Royal Blue; color: #4169e1)

Table of Contents

(color is golden rod; color: #daa520–to make bold golden rod, had to use plain text, color it golden rod, then make it bold, and italic in this case. The bold can change the color back to black, so may need to retry this on occasions)

This section can be confusing, because of the example headings and all the colors.

  1. Highlighting Text or headings
  2. Horizontal Lines
  3. Directive Text or headings
  4. Backgound Text or headings
  5. Pen Text or headings
  6. Bold Italic with in colored paragraph
  7. Special guides in how to make HTML code for specific situations for lists and quotes
    1. List example
    2. Quotes simple using <q></q> tag
    3. Block Quote
    4. Indenting (button on editor) to get block quote–to prevent breaks in the lines <br> tag is used.
  8. Super-Script and Sub-Script
  9. Anchors
  10. Link Variations
  11. Google Maps
  12. SPECIAL HEADERS
  13. END OF SECTION CODE FOR MOST MAIN ARTICLES
  14. Gharr is currently in hiatus–Text
  15. END OF PAGE CODE

Highlighting Text or headings

The code for highlighting text or headings uses the span tag:

<span style="color: #daa520; background-color: #000000;">Put Text Here</span>

When used for headings, other tags and options are used also, for example the above heading uses this bunch of tags (anchor tags are not included here, because they are not needed in all cases):

<h3><span style="color: #daa520; background-color: #000000;"><a id="Highlighting"></a>Highlighting Text or headings</span></h3>

For Black  Background Box color you can also do it in a paragraph tag (only for one paragraph) or a continuous paragraph using pre-tags.

Several Lines of text can be highlighted using the pre-tag. 
This method is especially useful when for programs, either to show 
code, or a program in operation, where the information is 
significantly different from the surrounding text in meaning.

It makes it easier for the reader to focus on specific types of 
information in a functional way that is not possible with 
distracting surrounding text of the same style.

Paragraphing is done by looking at the background box in the edit
view, and pressing return when required so text does not stray 
outside the box. This does have disadvantages, as if display is 
wider, or thinner the text will not auto adjust.

<pre style="color: #daa520; background-color: #eeeeee;">Used to get continuous background color and text type.</pre>

This is a nice background for a Faded Comment Box, the margin also offsets the text so that the flow of reading is not interrupted:

Info: Group Name that produced the music
Comment: Not sure of “ft.” as original: https://youtu.be/luODrlELINE as only features one singer. But with 7 million views, not going to question that one.

<p style="margin-left: 50px; color: #707777; background-color: #eaeaea; border-bottom: 2px solid #e0e0ff; border-top: 2px solid #e0e0ff; border-left: 4px solid #eaeaea; border-right: 1px solid #eaeaea;">Info: Group Name that produced the music
Comment: Not sure of "ft." as original: <a href="https://youtu.be/luODrlELINE" target="_blank">https://youtu.be/luODrlELINE </a> as only features one singer. <u style="text-decoration-color: red;">But with 7 million views, not going to question that one</u>.</p>

Highlighting Text

The choice of highlighting text depends also on the colors used in the document. The colors here are chosen to conform with traditional highlighters. With computers it is also possible to use dark colors to highlight lighter text.

Text that is highlighted
General highlighting
<span style="background-color: #fefa80;">Text that is highlighted</span>
Text that is highlighted
Stand out highlighting (similar to red pen use)
<span style="background-color: #fec0fe;">Text that is highlighted</span>
Text that is highlighted
<span style="background-color: #88fe88;">Text that is highlighted</span>
Text that is highlighted
<span style="background-color: #80fafe;">Text that is highlighted</span>
Text that is highlighted
<span style="background-color: #ffd0b0;">Text that is highlighted</span>
Text that is highlighted
<span style="background-color: #bebefe;">Text that is highlighted</span>

Horizontal (divider) Lines with Color

Generally 1px thick, and they come in many colors. Currently the color is just designed to fit in with the document, so the below color is not standard, choose the one that suits the document the best, or represents the document type. They are considered a decoration, but also help readers seperate parts of a document.


<hr style="border: 0 solid #f06040; border-top-width: 1px;" />


<hr style="border: 0 solid #f06040; border-top-width: 2px;" />


<hr style="border: 0 solid #f06040; border-top-width: 3px;" />

Directive Text

1) Dark Cyan Reference: This is used for text that references a link (not usually done), and should not be tweeted. Less commonly used, as it resembles code snippets. Also used for non rendering links (defined below) that can be tweeted, as this styled-directive suggests caution when copying and pasting text.
<span style="color: #0085A0;">Text that is highlighted</span>
2) Disaalert: Wake-up! This is used for text that references a link, and should not be tweeted. Is used for Mix-Ins of music and so on.
<span style="color: #933D00;">Text that is highlighted</span>
3) Orange Lighted: Warning: This is used for text that references a link, and should not be tweeted.
May be used for pure text such as statements about how long a video, or music will go on for: “Nearly 17 minutes of pure performance:”
<span style="color: #B22D00;">Text that is highlighted</span>

“Non-Rendering Links” using directive pen (Dark Cyan):

For non-rendering links, the method used here leaves some of the link code in place, allowing mouse hover to alter the underline (but not the text) which is colored faded orange (but looks similar to gold). A note is often supplied below to give reason for unusual style—unless it interrupts the flow of a reader.

Unlike directive text, this style just warns that this link is not a standard link, and caution should be used when copy and paste are used in WordPress for example. It seems to cause no problems in twitter (for the moment). It’s suspected that WordPress, may not get along well (inability to communicate) with twitter (emoji in that case), and YouTube; or may be having disputes on how standards should be handled: such as using emoji and hyperlink names; or the dispute may be with users, and how pages should be styled; or the people that make the code, also make errors, and that code error maybe corrected in good time…

Javascript is possibly used in WordPress for saved and updated pages before that page is viewed, and can alter a link for example, and produce something different from what is originally-typed, the famous one being Ponder The Mystery song by William Shatner.

Just A Guess: A pattern-matching operator might be used, by making a regular-expression, and this expression is not 100% accurate at detecting patterns, especially when the pattern is dependent on the context that it is placed in.

The song, and code is shown below:

♬ @WilliamShatner — Ponder The Mystery [song/music]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-2x2

Note: Take care when using copy & paste, with above link (may end up changed)

The music link

<span style="color:#0085a0;">♬ @WilliamShatner — Ponder The Mystery [song/music]: <a href="http://wp.me/p10Tww-2x2" target="_blank"><code><span style="color:#aba37c;font-size:medium;font-weight:bold;">http://wp.me/p10Tww-2x2</span></code></a&gt; ❧</span>

The comment box

<p style="margin-left: 50px; color: #707777; background-color: #eaeaea; border-bottom: 2px solid #e0e0ff; border-top: 2px solid #e0e0ff; border-left: 4px solid #eaeaea; border-right: 1px solid #eaeaea;">Note: Take care when using copy & paste, with above link (may end up changed)</p>

“Background” Faded (orange) Text

This is used for text that remains in the background.  Sample music might be in this faded text, because it’s pre-formated for tweets, but not really meant to be used often.
<span style="color: #aba37c;">Text that is highlighted</span>

Penciled & Pen Text

Nexus Pen

Reserved for use of nexus lists (binding articles and pages that are similar).

<ul>
<li><span style="color: #339966;">Header [<a href="http://bit.ly/oWR4ah" target="_blank">link</a>]</span></li>
</ul>

Penciled Text

Penciled Text is very similar to Ghosted Text, but Ultra Ghosted Pen is very light. Penciled Text is often used in the main sections of a page. It’s designed to minimize attention to the text, as it’s more like a note in a lot of cases. For example: notes for some songs that are no longer be available for various reasons (including regional restrictions). It is slightly darker then Ghosted Text, to reduce eye strain as much as possible, but it’s difficult to know if a screen has the resolution to actually show the two shades of grey (and does not default to a lower number of displayed colors).

Sample of normal black text near some Penciled Text.
Sample of normal black text near some Ghosted Text.

Note: often used in notes for a particular pre-made tweet. Often users may not have their social media or organizational structure finalized for example, and this can result in legacy websites that are based on out of date information. Heading style 5 is often chosen for these notes so they don’t interfere too much with the main article. May also be used to notify fans of videos that are no longer available.
<span style="color: #707777;">Text that is highlighted</span>

———Ult Gh.☆☆☆pencil☆☆☆Ult Gh.———

———Ghosted☆☆☆pencil☆☆☆Ghosted———

Ghosted Pen: A grey-color same as page end parts.
<span style="color: #808080;">Text that is highlighted</span>

Ultra Ghosted Pen: A grey-color used to border Ghosted Pen with stars ☆★☆ for example.
<span style="color: #aaaaaa;">Text that is highlighted</span>

Purple Pen

Light Purple: May have more then one use

Used by Gharr in heading style H1 (aligned to center) to bring news about Hiatus, or other related material that will have some effect on operations. Check ☆ Gharr will be going back into Hiatus at 27 April 2015 [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-3iL for a example of a simple post.
<span style="color: #857cab;">Text that is highlighted</span>

Dark Purple: #Poems, and possibly other uses..

📎 original, tweet, recorded random notes, rewrite to article // it does not always flow in a perfect way // memories still exist // then confusion results #poem
<span style="color: #502888;">Text that is highlighted</span>

Blue Pen, but looks purple or violet on screen. Used to highlight text.
<span style="color: #4444cc;">Text that is highlighted</span>

Green Pen

Used in some articles to set aside additional information using color. The setting aside of the information may be for several reasons: for example the pre-made tweets might be secondary pre-made tweets that are not considered as usual or common pre-made tweets (eg. for the purposed of promotion). Green pen may have other meanings as well within an article.
<span style="color: #307733;">Text that is highlighted</span>
Green Idea Pen used in articles like “Making That Dream Come True. Emphasis organic growth, and earth friendliness.”
<span style="color: #005500;">"Green Idea" Text goes well with <span style="color: #3366ff;">highlighted (neutrino blue)</span></span>
Light Green Pen: Non-specific use
<span style="color: #00aa00;">"Light Green Pen:" Text that is for non-specific use/span>

Pure Orange Pen

This can be used with black text as a highlighter, and is similar to red pen in some ways. It is sometimes known as blaze orange or orange-red. Here is a sample of how it might be used in (bold) black text:

  • ☆ (@kanamonkey82 //AKA monkey82) sabotendoll
  • Seven Stars // 「セブンスター」
  • We never meant to say that!
  • 6-May-14 (lady GaGa gig date)

<span style="color: #ff6600;">Text that is highlighted</span>

Orange Pen

This is a dark orange with brown tone
For use with green pen (instead of using red pen). It may also be used with red pen for highlighting purposes or making words stand out.
<span style="color: #775222;">Text that is highlighted</span>

Blue Pen

Example of Blue Pen: text in blue is a way of separating information. Blue pen is often traditional for use in notes from lectures, or lessons. It may also be used in first drafts and thoughts. Pencil: in web-sites (style manual information) is used to take the focus off some types of text, such as notes. When Blue Pen is mixed with black-text it is often used in end notes, or what would be margin notes (that are traditionally written in red). Since no margins, or in text notes (notes are often used in Excel for example): in these documents blue end notes may use other headings to explain their purpose in a document. See document structure for parts that may be added to the end of a document if blue pen us used for other purposes. For albums or long play media, this pen is used for comments.

<span style="color: #202277;">Text that is highlighted</span>
Navy Blue Pen: used as a highlighting pen, or alternative to blue pen. Also used in neutrino style for quotes, and to highlight albums or music that plays for a very long time—say over an hour.
<span style="color: #000080;">Text that is highlighted</span>
Neutrino Heading Blue Pen: used as a heading style often.
<span style="color: #003366;">Text that is highlighted</span>
Neutrino Blue Pen: used as a highlighting for text pen or in bold as a gig heading: Hatsune Miku & Lady Gaga.
<span style="color: #3366ff;">Text that is highlighted</span>

Red Pen

Example: The important date is: February 12, 1809. Try not to forget it

Example of Red Pen: Red pen may be used inside a block of text to highlight it. It may also be used in a separate block of text to draw attention to something.

YouTube for example may often take down videos—but the video may come back on once the dispute is settled. Thus red pen gives some context to the fact that a video has been taken down, but may end up being back again at some later date.

Some material may be taken down without notice for no particular reason, and an unrelated message may be used to mark the historic location on a page in some cases—it’s still possible for the material to exist in other places: ⚠ Indeed: it was the best of times, and the worst of times. ☢

<span style="color: #770333;">Text that is highlighted</span>
Article Standard Red Pen for black text, and neutrino pen styles for heading sized text to highlight names or nick names (centered H2 or H3 often).
<span style="color: #800000;">Text that is highlighted</span>
Dark Red Pen for black text
Ms singer whose stage name is the-amazing-singer has a record company called tas-records.
<span style="color: #550303;">Text that is highlighted</span>

Pink Pen

Example of Pink Pen: Highlight text: “Support: Hatsune Miku.”
<span style="color: #ff00ff;">Text that is highlighted</span>

Sample mix-in for Pink-Pen

  • Hatsune Miku & Lady Gaga
  • 6-May-14 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena (Support: Hatsune Miku) Get Tickets

Miku Pen (Variant) Pure (00B0B0)

Used for some headings on music mix pages

Miku Pen (Variant) Blue (0080F0)

No use yet

Miku Pen (Variant) Green (00A080)

No use yet

Miku Pen (Variant) Red (F04040)

No use yet

Miku Pen (Variant) Pink (FF70A0)

No use yet

Miku Pen (Variant) Orange (F06040)

No use yet

Codes for Miku Pens
<span style="color: #00b0b0;">Miku Pen (Variant)</span>
<span style="color: #0080f0;">Miku Pen (Variant) Blue</span>
<span style="color: #00a080;">Miku Pen (Variant) Green</span>
<span style="color: #f04040;">Miku Pen (Variant) Red</span>
<span style="color: #ff70a0;">Miku Pen (Variant) Pink</span>
<span style="color: #f06040;">Miku Pen (Variant) Orange</span>

Light Gold Pen (747400)

No use as yet

<span style="color: #747400;">Light Gold Pen (747400)</span>

Gold Pen (525200)

Used to specify a lock-on (functional behavior, or position on solutions, thoughts, or ideas) of opinion about a person or account that may have been uncertain for some time. Neutrino Blue Pen can be used with this style. Before this time, an uncertainty may have existed on what the person or group did, or what function the person or group performed.

<span style="color: #525200;">Gold Pen (525200)</span><span style="color: #4444cc;"> lock-on</span>

Bright Gold Pen (947000)

No use as yet

<span style="color: #947000;">Bright Gold Pen (947000)</span>

Ancient Gold (b8b800)

No use as yet

<span style="color: #b8b800;">Ancient Gold (b8b800)</span>

Gold (d8b040)

Highlight birthdays, and some special days in main pages.

🔷 9 March is Miku ❤❤❤ Day #Hatsune (◕ω◕)

<span style="color: #d8b040;">Gold (d8b040)</span>

Silvers (Near ghosted pens)

The concept here is near colors can be mixed to give a natural look to pages, and if necessary backgrounds can be used to give highlights (but this will reverse style as lighter colors dominate on dark backgrounds if used).

Sample:

This song is no longer available. deleted.

<span style="color: #808080;">This song is no longer available. <span style="color: #aaaaaa;">deleted.</span></span>

This band started to get into the adult industry, and the material that it shared was no 
longer suitable for sharing to the general public, so the information about the band was 
removed from here. Apologies to any distress this has caused to fans. All information has 
been deleted. Changing the font will remove ability to easily manage paragraphs if 
pre-tag is used.

<pre style="color: #909090; background-color: #eeeeee; font-family: Georgia; font-size: 90%;">Code to get background with font.</pre>

Silver (a0a0a0)

Slightly darker then ultra ghosted pen. No specific use as yet

<span style="color: #a0a0a0;">Silver (a0a0a0)</span>

Dark Silver (909090)

Very close to ghosted pen. No specific use as yet

<span style="color: #909090;">Dark Silver (909090)</span>

Bold Italic with in colored paragraph

This effect can be done using the editor, but the bold makes the text black, so some work needs to be done to add extra color to that particular spot. To do this: the color code must be put inside the bold and italic tags (html).

Ms singer whose stage name is the-amazing-singer has a record company called tas-records.

Here is the basic code for this:

<span style="color: #0000ff;"><em>Ms singer</em> whose stage name is <strong><em><span style="color: #0000ff;">the-amazing-singer</span></em></strong> has a record company called <strong><em><span style="color: #0000ff;">tas-records</span></em></strong>.</span>

Special guides in how to make HTML code for specific situations for lists and quotes

No break between lines
tag (this tag is alone and has not got an end tag)

List example

  1. one
  2. two
  3. three

This is the code:

<ol>
<li>one</li>
<li>two</li>
<li>three</li>
</ol>

Quotes simple using <q></q> tag

The <q></q> tag does not seem to be required, and is not similar to a block quote–as it is probably easier to do it in the WYSIWYG editor. In edit mode you will see a difference in how the quote marks are displayed, but this does difference does not appear in the view page screen.

So in the view page screen, both of the below examples look exactly the same, and on the edit screen the quote marks look different.

To do // or not to do // that is the question Haiku-mod

WHEN NOT USING THIS TAG:

“To do // or not to do // that is the question” Haiku-mod

Block Quote

The ref. statement is created by hitting the italic button. As you can see the reference ends up not being in italic, the block quote is already in italic, and the press of the button adds italic tags <em>italic text</em> to counteract this automatic italic form of the block quote.

The quote marks had to be added manually using the keyboard. The <q></q> tags did not seem to work here.

“Over there in the meadow.
I can see some trees.
I must say, they look very nice.”

Ref: Statement made in year 1.

Code for Block Quote: <blockquote></blockquote>
Code for quote: <q></q>

Indenting (button on editor) to get block quote–to prevent breaks in the lines <br> tag is used.

We can see that the lists are important. However, when we indent a paragraph, using lists becomes difficult, especially when headings are combined with them! WordPress makes the
code into an invisible code, so you can not see it when you look in the text editor, but you can still add additional
tags as needed.
Adding text into an indented section (each paragraph–except those with <br>) are independent, and need you to set the color and indent amount. this paragraph started out not indented and in black! It had to be formatted to fit into this block (indented) quote section!
But what better way to show how good they are, with a real example.
1) list item one
2) list item two
3) list item three
4) list item four

Super-Script and Sub-Script

Use the <sup></sup> and <sub></sub> tags

The sampled data matched this equation Y = X2 × 2 closely see the end notes: note1 for more details.

Anchors

<a id="Anchor1">Descriptive text for anchor</a>

To make an anchor to the heading “Anchor1” we add this code:

<h3><a id="Anchor1"></a>Anchor1<h3>
  • (HTML view). Notice that  the word “Anchor1” is outside the tag, this has something to do with the way WordPress works, it will not allow Anchor1 to be inside the </a>.
  • You will need to put the above code (teal color) into your HTML code, the editor can not do this for you!
  • To access anchor code inside the document use: <a href=”#Anchor1″>Visit the Anchor Heading in the Style Codes (for Gharr’s Style Manual)</a>.
  • To access this anchor outside this document use: <a href=”http://www.w3schools.com/html_links.htm#Anchor1&#8243; > Visit the Anchor Heading in the Style Codes (for Gharr’s Style Manual)</a> or the shortened version: <a href=”http://wp.me/P10Tww-1Uj#Anchor1&#8243; > Visit the Anchor Heading in the Style Codes (for Gharr’s Style Manual)</a>
  • You don’t need to use the above code, if you choose to use insert/edit link button in editor–just make sure you get the right link.
  • Test link inside document: Visit the Anchor Heading in the Style Codes (for Gharr’s Style Manual)–this will not open up a new window, so try scrolling the window below the heading “Anchor, so you can’t see it to check out if this link works! Checking out WordPress, shows that this code is converted into the longer address when the file is saved! There is no harm in this, as the resultant link still gets to where it is supposed to go anyway.
  • Test link if it were outside document: Visit the Anchor Heading in the Style Codes (for Gharr’s Style Manual)–this should open up a new window in this case. Please note: this link can be placed outside this document (on other websites or other WordPress articles) and still work.
  • Feel free to visit your text editor and see what the links look like, as I added only the #Anchor1, code for internal document use to the “Insert Link” input box, and http://wp.me/P10Tww-1Uj#Anchor1 into the “Insert Link” input box for a more general form that can be used outside this article.

Link Variations

Link Variations should be used rarely, as there are many other good methods that don’t distract the reader, or the working environment. However, there are times when unusual material needs to be marked.

Link Variations also exist because an edit was done that usually exchanges one link for one that becomes superior, or of greater importance for some reason. Because a lot of work here is used for the basis  of tweets, it may not be possible, or wise to not include several links.

Contact-point links might also come in several levels of relevance (it may be multidimensional material), but this should in most instances use other methods as people, or groups don’t fit into the scheme used here, it is more to do with links to material rather then contact points for people.

However some people or groups considered influential by Gharr might get a category, or marker that is more sentimental, then meaningful (and they need not be famous people in the public sphere).

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Links that have an altered color don’t keep their java-script properties. Thus they might easily be overlooked by the reader of an article, or misinterpreted.

Blocked, but still respect or like the person

Persons Nick or Reminder Text; Example: 🐱 Space Cat Girl:

<span style="color: #888888; border-bottom: 2px solid #e0e0ff; border-top: 2px solid #e0e0ff; background-color: #e8ffe8;">Persons Nick or Reminder Text; Example: 🐱 Space Cat Girl:</span>

Lost Link For Unknown Reasons, but still respect or like the person

Persons Nick or Reminder Text; Example: Celestial Elf

<span style="color: #00a080; border-bottom: 2px solid #e0e0ff; border-top: 2px solid #e0e0ff; background-color: #e8ffe8;">Persons Nick or Reminder Text; Example: Celestial Elf</span>

Special Tribute, No Particular Reason, Just Because… may or may not still be in contact with person

Persons Nick or Reminder Text; Example: haco mumu

<span style="color: #5b22ca; border-bottom: 2px solid #e0e0ff; border-top: 2px solid #e0e0ff; background-color: #e8ffe8;">Persons Nick or Reminder Text; Example: hacomumu</span>

Person Retired, No Longer On Social Media, but still respect or like the person

Persons Nick or Reminder Text

<span style="color: #000088; border-bottom: 2px solid #000088; border-top: 2px solid #000088; background-color: #e8ffe8;">Persons Nick or Reminder Text</span>

Historic (Possibly Famous) Person that is now dead: Quotes, extracts from the media this person produced, snippets of historic records about person.

This would might include a link. When promoting Carrie Fisher’s books, a link is not used in that case.

Persons Nick or Reminder Text

<span style="color: #747400; border-bottom: 2px solid #747400; border-top: 2px solid #747400; background-color: #e8ffe8;">Persons Nick or Reminder Text</span>

Person Died, but still respect or like who the person was, the persons social media account has disappeared.

In 2017 Carrie Fisher’s twitter account still existed. Possibly so fans, and family could make meaningful mentions of her. Thus, this is just an example, hyper-links would not exist, so none are made:

In Memory of Carrie Fisher AKA @carrieffisher ❀

<span style="color: #747400; border-bottom: 2px solid #909090; border-top: 2px solid #909090; background-color: #000000;">❀ <em>In Memory of</em> Carrie Fisher AKA @carrieffisher ❀</span>

Person Died, but still respect or like who the person was… the social media is updated by family or fans in memory of; a social media search link to see what people are saying about the person; or special social media accounts have been made to pay tribute to the memory of the person.

This is an example (where a twitter search for mentions of Carrie Fisher’s twitter account are made).

In Memory of Carrie Fisher

<span style="color: #747400; border-bottom: 2px solid #747400; border-top: 2px solid #747400; background-color: #000088;">❀ <a style="color: #747400; border-bottom: 2px solid #747400; border-top: 2px solid #747400; background-color: #000088;" href="https://twitter.com/search?q=%40CarrieFFisher&src=typd" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer"><em>In Memory of</em> Carrie Fisher</a> ❀</span>

Person Died, but the account is on hold or frozen, possibly so if fans mentions the person, then those mentions would still have some meaning on social media.

In Memory of Carrie Fisher AKA @carrieffisher

<span style="color: #747400; border-bottom: 2px solid #0000cc; border-top: 2px solid #0000cc; background-color: #000000;">❀ <em>In Memory of</em> Carrie Fisher AKA @<a style="color: #747400; border-bottom: 2px solid #0000cc; border-top: 2px solid #0000cc; background-color: #000000;" href="https://twitter.com/carrieffisher" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">carrieffisher</a> ❀</span>

1A) The link no longer functions, and the owner knows about it, and will get around to doing something about it in good time.

Some links don’t function by design in certain regions (the owner may or may not understand why as third parties may be involved); restricted regions is a product, or service supply strategy rather then a error. This altered color link (without javascript) is not to be used for that case, personal attention, and specific notes are needed in such cases; often the notes are greyed out to avoid major attention from the reader, and to prevent disruption in flow.

For handling a twitter block from a well liked person (deletion of all trace of them is the first avenue), that you may have got along with well in the past, this might be a polite way to remember them: 🐱 Space Cat Girl The name has been altered, since the person has been known for a very long time, and the title is polite, but has light links to who they presented themselves as on twitter.

This is an example of how Celestial Elf whose account ceased to exist, along with a video about The Venus Project (connected event?). Comments and greyed out material were used, since a lot of material about him existed here already.

The block by space cat, and the disappearance of Celestial Elf’s twitter account (and deletion of The Venus Project video made by him) happened around the same time, so perhaps there is some link between the three events (but from my understanding, they also live in two different countries). really too much to speculate on. IMO tags or edits like the above examples should only be done after a cool down time, so it is more a respectful thing, rather then a shoot from the hip shortly after the event. After all both people are influential, and easy to like.

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a style="color: #888888; border-bottom: 2px solid #e0e0ff; border-top: 2px solid #e0e0ff; background-color: #e8ffe8;" href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</a > ❧

Breaking the Links (Rarely Done)

Only used in select cases where in general the link has been broken for a long time, but for some reason nothing is going to be done about it. Normally the links are deleted after some time, and occasionally a greyed out memo of surrounding text is left behind.

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <code><span style="color: #aba37c; font-size: medium;"><span class="Delimiter">h</span>ttps://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</span></code> — Woodlight [song/music]: <code><style="color: #888888; border-bottom: 2px solid #e0e0ff; border-top: 2px solid #e0e0ff; background-color: #e8ffe8; font-size: medium;"><span class="Delimiter">h</span>ttps://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></code> ❧

2A) The link no longer functions for various reasons, and it has been left for the owner to resolve the issue (but that may take months).

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a style="color: #aa8888; border-bottom: 2px solid #e0e0ff; border-top: 2px solid #e0e0ff; background-color: #e8ffe8;" href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</a > ❧

Breaking the Links (Rarely Done)

Only used in select cases where in general the link has been broken for a long time, but for some reason nothing is going to be done about it. Normally the links are deleted after some time, and occasionally a greyed out memo of surrounding text is left behind.

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <code><span style="color: #aba37c; font-size: medium;"><span class="Delimiter">h</span>ttps://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</span></code> — Woodlight [song/music]: <code><span style="color: #aa8888; border-bottom: 2px solid #e0e0ff; border-top: 2px solid #e0e0ff; background-color: #e8ffe8; font-size: medium;"><span class="Delimiter">h</span>ttps://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></code> ❧


1B) A new link is available, and the old link has been deleted. This usually occurs when a group chooses or designs a new primary social media—such as a website, but may also happen when a group chooses to use a new social media link as the primary  (the previous link becomes secondary, or demoted in some way). Usually the primary will have links to all the other social media

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank"><span style="border-bottom: 2px solid #e0e0ff; border-top: 2px solid #e0e0ff; background-color: #edffed;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a > ❧

2B) The user changes the primary social media account to a new name, but it still does the same thing. A new link is required to access old material (that once existed at the old website/social-media). People with SoundCloud or YouTube may do this for various reasons.

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank><span style="border-bottom: 2px solid #eff8cf; border-top: 2px solid #eff8cf; background-color: #fffbee;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a > ❧

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A category that indicates some primary functional relationship to Gharr, in an administrative way.

1C) A user has chosen another primary social media link (two or more times).

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank"><span style="border-bottom: 2px solid #ccffcc; border-top: 2px solid #ccffcc; background-color: #e8ffe8;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a > ❧

2C) A user has changed their social media account two or more times (may include name changes as well as link changes).

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank"><span style="border-bottom: 2px solid #e0e0ff; border-top: 2px solid #e8e8ff; background-color: #ffffc8;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a > ❧

3C) Unusual Social Media (not often seen). Some musicians use music sharing sites the might not be common. There is also some social media links that might not be well known. It’s hard to say what the world community considers normal, so this often is in relation to Gharr.

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank"><span style="border-bottom: 2px solid #99ccff; border-top: 2px solid #99ccff; background-color: #e8e8ff;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a > ❧

4C) The link may contain material that is outside general viewing guidelines used by Gharr, or may have material that might be distressing, or controversial for some reasons. Some media may only have a small thing, or part that brings them into this category. The material is still shared, as it contains critical information, or information of great interest; but care should be used, if possible, when it is shared.

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank"><span style="border-bottom: 2px solid #f0c4c4; border-top: 2px solid #f0c4c4; background-color: #ffd8d8;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a > ❧

5C) Generally Large Official Organizations

a) Links to official groups where links might not function in the long term. Official groups maintain large websites that may change, so it’s a good idea too check the link so the material is where it is expected. The Venus Project for example often changes material content, and where it is located, resulting in links that no longer work. The Venus Project doesn’t need this link category, as the issue is well known.

b) Links to small-groups that change material, or locations of material often.

c) Links to musicians sites that often change/delete material. For popular musicians and producers, the TransientΔlink method is preferred however.

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank"><span style="border-bottom: 2px solid #ffcc99; border-top: 2px solid #ffcc99; background-color: #ffe0cc;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a > ❧

6C) A link with unusual characters, or name (often due to automated naming). Such links may cause problems when recorded, or shared. WordPress for example changes some link characters to others, and occasionally links form WordPress are not easily shared. Often such cases only get to be known after a problem occurs, not before.

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank"><span style="border-bottom: 2px solid #d0aaff; border-top: 2px solid #d0aaff; background-color: #d0ccff;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a > ❧

7C) Category of Interest for various administrative reasons

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank"><span style="border-bottom: 2px solid #808080; border-top: 2px solid #808080; background-color: #d8d8d8;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a > ❧


Highlighters that are more like a marker indicating something. Information can be tagged in other ways: such as grey out material, or mark material as instructions. So markers are not the answer to all possible things.

1D) Information and Calculations

a) Links leading to calculations, formula, thoughts, concepts, ideas of interest that may take quite some time to understand, but might be easily read if used for revision.  This is just a marker that clarifies links that might not be visited often. most articles don’t need this marker as the body or reference section makes it clear that the material might take time to understand.

b) Useful packages of information that are instructional, or may take some time to use, or read.  See point 4D for informational products such as maps, auto-updating data (visual, or numerical for example).

Sharing information that is quite complex, or difficult to read in a short time is generally not done, unless it is to share an album (not related to this section). The best way to handle this style of information is to set it aside by using borders, and/or style. It can also be placed in the end matter. On the occasions that it considered sharable material, it will not necessarily need this tag it may be well known: Michel Bauwens who supports the Commons Transition Plan (P2P Foundation) is well known to produce detailed media that can take a long time to read, so there is no need to use this tag—he’s a trusted source of complex information also. Wiki is another source that may contained complex information, but for non cutting-edge, or non-mainstream topics is more or less a trusted source of sharable information, and does not need this marker.

Other articles by their nature also imply detailed packages of information, and may not need a marker.

However there are many trusted sources of complex information that may be shared less often, and they might benefit from this tag. Also links like this might be worth checking, as in the long term such sites might change owners and information content.

Some articles may also be generalized and not specifically aimed for the information shared, and thus some searching through the article is required to find the required information.

Some groups go for the pay model, initially displaying information, and then supplying a brief introduction with access only to paid members for the full article—such articles may be marked also.

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank"><span style="border-bottom: 2px solid #8888ff; border-top: 2px solid #8888ff; background-color: #f8fff8;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a&gt; ❧</code >

2D) The material has an expiry date, where it is no longer relevant: often promotional material.

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank"><span style="border-bottom: 2px solid #66cccc; border-top: 2px solid #66cccc; background-color: #f8f8ff;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a > ❧

3D) Special Conditions

a) Frictional: the owner has requested special conditions, or the share is generalized for a reason (as an example).  Some owners request specific links be shared (this is often related to promotional considerations), or to boost search engine ranking for example.

b) Impression: a guess at how the owner or producer wants the material shared. Normally shares are done in a standard way, but occasionally non standard styles do occur, and sometimes there is a good reason for it.

c) Not all material is marked, the control on how it is shared is dependent on where the material is placed, decoration, or related instructional text for example. This is preferable when possible, as editing is easier. Material that is over an our long for example is marked in a certain way, so sharing occurs smoothly.

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank"><span style="border-bottom: 2px solid #ff99cc; border-top: 2px solid #ff99cc; background-color: #ffe8e8;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a > ❧

4D) Links to Providers or front-ends of Social Media (like wordpress, twitter), Email, Search Engines, processing (such as wolfram alpha, and online calculators), calendars, maps, constantly updated informational (maps, pages, or statistics), thinking tools.

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank"><span style="border-bottom: 2px solid #ffaa55; border-top: 2px solid #ffaa55; background-color: #fff0dc;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a > ❧

5D) Controversial, Confusing, Misleading Possibly; but still contains interesting materials. A category marker is used if the material is outside general audience guidelines.

a) A group has named itself using words like Resource Based Economy, or The Venus Project, or near variants that imply they belong to The Venus Project: but may not support core values, and/or may cause confusion with people investigating, or supporting The Venus Project. The Zeitgeist Movement could be classed as this, but in general, most people know they split from The Venus Project, and pursue their own version of a Resource Based Economy, but may also still support The Venus Project.

Care should be used when sharing information from such groups, to avoid confusion if possible. Those groups might still produce interesting stuff.

B) May also be used for general groups or individuals that could possibly cause confusion because of the way they are named, the marker would then indicate that hesitation to share is not a bad thing in this case.

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank"><span style="border-bottom: 2px solid #aba37c; border-top: 2px solid #aba37c; background-color: #fefeee;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a > ❧

6D) TRUST. Media that might cause hesitation, as it seems controversial, different, or difficult for some reason. The group produces good material, or has a good reputation for some reason, and sharing the media is encouraged whenever possible. Often over time it is easy to forget the relationships, or research that caused a level of trust to occur, and this marker might help smooth things out in such events.

Trust develops over time, so initially other methods may be used to get to know the organization: including notes about the organization, observing public communications,  studying media provided, how the organization communicates with other people and groups, and subtle things like interpretations in various ways of art, communications, interactions. Also the groups the organization hags out with may give some indications of the organizations directions. So markers, and categories should not be used in the early stages of a relationship—as it can be easy to get it wrong.

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank"><span style="border-bottom:2px solid #3366ff;border-top:2px solid #3366ff;background-color:#eaf0ff;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a > ❧

7D) General Marker to indicate the link is significant for some reason to the audience, or how the link should be shared might need to be considered.

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo — Woodlight [song/music]: https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw

♬ @VenusRisingInfo, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/venusrisinginfo</a > — Woodlight [song/music]: <a href="https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw" target="_blank"><span style="border-bottom: 2px solid #cccccc; border-top: 2px solid #cccccc; background-color: #f0f0f0;">https://youtu.be/R-udEFNvihw</span></a > ❧

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Google Maps

Go to Google-maps, choose map, get code for map (HTML to embed in website), go to text editor and past it in… simple as that! Here is a map of Iceland for example:

Centering Google-maps can be a problem, I used the <blockquote></blockquote> tags to achieve the above effect on the map,

SPECIAL HEADERS

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<span style="color: #cc99ff;">A Special Header</span>

Most Headings for Article Style Documents

Introduction

Main Body Headings

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End Notes

References

Decoration or Theme

These headers, pictures, and the texts are specifically designed to make an article stick out. A bit of work needs to go into making these articles look good and artistic.

Header One; color: #99ccff

Sample code for the above header one style.

<h1><span style="color: #99ccff;">Header One; color: #99ccff</span></h1>

Header Two; color: #ffaa55

Header Three; color: #ff99cc

HEADER FOUR; color: #66cccc

HEADER FIVE; color: #8888ff

Commonly used for highlighting subjects, and make them stand out from the many other articles.

HEADER SIX; color: #a0aaaa

Minor headings; color: #daa520 (example):

The Article: None; color: #aba37c

Black Standard Jessica : None; color: none

Grey Landis : None; color: #808080

V.D. Lime Green Jessica : None; color: #003300

Green Music Songs : None; color: #44aa44

Bright (lime) Green Landis : None; color: #00ff00

Red Music Songs : None; color: #aa4444

Purple Music Songs : None; color: #880088

Violet Music Songs : None; color: #5b22ca (blue/purple)

Mauve (Violet Blue) Landis : None; color: #cc99ff

V.D.Blue Jessica : None; color: #003366

Blue Music Songs : None; color: #3366ff

Sapphire Jessica : None; color: #333399

Lt Blue Landis : None; color: #99ccff

Magenta Music Songs : None; color: #dd22dd

Dark Gold Music Songs : None; color: #aaaa44

Pink Music Songs : None; color: #ff8080

V.Lt. Pink Landis : None; color: #ff99cc

Orange Music Songs : None; color: #ff6600

Bright Orange Landis : None; color: #ff9900

Divider example

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——Header Style Section end——

Material Placed at the Very End of a Page or Post

END OF SECTION CODE FOR MOST MAIN ARTICLES–LOOKS LIKE THIS:

Please note: this section is below the heading of the End Notes and References (if they exist).

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Shortened link to article: Heading Name [article]: WordPress_shortened_url

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The Material below this point may, or may not be supported by the article, author, or any of those people or organizations that may be mentioned in the above article.
Any material below this point could be: adverts; endorsements; paid to click sites (some may try to trick you into clicking on them by using misleading graphics and/or words); misleading material; material that is for, or against the above article; or other types of material that is not part of the above article.
In single article view: this article does have an associated “Leave a Reply” and “Enter your comment here…” comment box below this point. You should get used to where this comment box is located before you try to leave a comment for this article.
Thank you for taking an interest in this WordPress page.

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<h6 style="text-align: center;"><strong><span style="color: #808080;">The Material below this point may, or may not be supported by the article, author, or any of those people or organizations that may be mentioned in the above article.</span></strong></h6>
<h6 style="text-align: center;"><strong><span style="color: #808080;">Any material below this point could be: adverts; endorsements; paid to click sites (some may try to trick you into clicking on them by using misleading graphics and/or words); misleading material; material that is for, or against the above article; or other types of material that is not part of the above article.</span></strong></h6>
<h6 style="text-align: center;"><strong><span style="color: #808080;">In single article view: this article does have an associated "Leave a Reply" and "Enter your comment here..." comment box below this point. You should get used to where this comment box is located before you try to leave a comment for this article.</span></strong></h6>
<h6 style="text-align: center;"><strong><span style="color: #808080;">Thank you for taking an interest in this WordPress page.</span></strong></h6>
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Gharr is currently in hiatus–Text

Gharr is currently in hiatus: “I miss writing all those articles, and sharing all those great things, and ideas on the internet.” 2015
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