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April 30th, 2001

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08:49 pm - tryin' this out
i discovered a nifty thing.. you can leave summaries of your posts here, if they're horribly long.. and have a nice link to hte rest of it. to make people's lives easier, ya know.. click da link to see if i have mastered this skill

hi again! i see you've found the rest of my post. that means i did this right. good for dan. so anyway, yeah, should you wanna do this too, here's the deal:

write what you want as the main section.

then put in this (note, i will use [ instead of < and vice versa, so it doesn't work the code): [lj-cut]

then whatever you want in the full version. presto bango! (note: you don't need to copy over the stuff above the code)(further note: word)
state: curiouscurious
np: Staind - Raw

(6 shots upside the head | en garde!)


[User Picture]
Date:April 30th, 2001 06:16 pm (UTC)


Where'd you find that out?
[User Picture]
Date:April 30th, 2001 07:51 pm (UTC)

Re: Sweet

i think it was in www.livejournal.com/users/changelog
i went exploring thru the site today and found nifty things
[User Picture]
Date:April 30th, 2001 11:58 pm (UTC)


Hmm...but I don't understand exactly where you distinguish what you type on the "main" journal page and how u seperate that from what you will be linking people to?

Let's say for example,

I type: Today I had a good day...

and then I want to link people to the rest if they choose to read it...

because it was sunny and I got to go outside.

Where do I put that code then?

[User Picture]
Date:May 1st, 2001 12:03 am (UTC)

hi there! aren't you the girl i just gave the marquee code to a moment ago? teehee, following me around now, are ya..

you put the code right where you want the link to be. in your example it would go like this:

Today I had a good day...

[lj-cut]because it was sunny and I got to go outside.

note: i have it at the beginning of the next text line instead of on its own line so the linebreaks don't get messed up. and remember, use < instead of [ and vice versa, i just don't want it to think i really want to use the html up there

so that will show up on the main page as:

Today I had a good day...

with a link here to read more.

then if they click the link, they get:

Today I had a good day...

because it was sunny and I got to go outside.

ta da!
[User Picture]
Date:May 1st, 2001 12:05 am (UTC)

Ok I see!

I went to that site you referred to and saw it there.

Thanks. :)
[User Picture]
Date:May 1st, 2001 12:10 am (UTC)

ur welcome. glad to help

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