Did You Know?: Explaining the Full Editor - Part II
March 29, 2012
Previously, we explained some of the lesser known icons in the full editor. We wanted to explain a few more of them to you as well.
The Background Color button allows you to highligh the color of the background color behind your text. This is particularly useful if there's something you'd like to make stand out from the rest of your text.
The Strikethrough button will create a line through your text like this. You could use this to mark items off of a to-do list, for example.
The Subscript button will make the selected text into a subscript, commonly used for items like chemical formulations. For instance, this is the chemical symbol for water: H2O
The Superscript button will make the selected text into superscript, which is useful for items like dates like March 26th, 2012.
We hope you found this useful! Check back every other week for more "Did You Know?" tips to help make your blog even better!
Thanks. I was totally in the dark subscript + superscript wise!
Posted by: Agnes | March 29, 2012 at 01:57 PM