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Request for <HTML> Tags.

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  1. Libniz
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    can we do it in latex; I know there is command for; like amistre used to do it way back

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  2. Ishaan94
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    How? Can you do hyperlinks in \(\mathsf{\LaTeX}\)?

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  3. mathteacher1729
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    You can just copy/paste the hyperlink... http://www.google.com

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  4. lgbasallote
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    pardon the ignorant computer engineer but what are <HTML> tags?

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  5. amistre64
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    i think thats what soldiers wear about the neck? ;)

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  6. mattfeury
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    Are you saying you want to be able to input html? Seems dangerous. What do you need from it that you can't manage otherwise? Links are auto-hyperlinked, and formatting is (unfortunately) possible via Latex. (We're not really crazy about latex being used to just increase text size, but it is possible). What else were you looking for?

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  7. mattfeury
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    @lgbasallote, HTML tags are just markup for formatting a document, like a website. I imagine the request stems from others wanting to "format" their responses, e.g. bold, italics, etc.

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  8. mattfeury
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    (even though those are all "poor" uses for HTML, but that's just like... my opinion, man... :P )

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  9. mathteacher1729
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    @mattfeury -- if you do implement richtext input , please allow users to TOGGLE it. I prefer plaintext + LaTeX. Also , if there is a way to toggle the preview of your post as you're typing it, that would be great. :)

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