Currently we allow the following HTML tags in comments.
- Hello I was wondering how to make spoiler text on a website with html/css. What I was is, text that is black with black background, but when hovered over, makes the black text turn white, making it.
- Spoiler with a title CODE, PHP, HTML - Programming Code Display Displays text in one of several programming languages, highlighting the syntax where possible.
Html spoiler code? What I want it to see a link that says 'View Hidden Text' or something to that effect and when you click on it, then the hidden text appears (wether it be inline or in a popup windows doesn't matter too much to me). The Largest Collection of TV spoilers and show information for the most popular shows on TV. Code Black (386) Colony (245) Comic-Con (1175) Community (1237). Spoiler tags are just like editing HTML in your comment. Just wrap the new spoilerspoiler tag around any text in your comment, and that’s it! Once the comment is posted, the spoiler text is hidden by a gray background overlay. Hover over the spoiler text to reveal the content. If you’re on mobile, tap the spoiler text to view it.
These tags can be used alone and don't need an ending tag. History of the hutu and tutsimac's history timeline.
<br>Defines a single line break
These require an ending tag, e.g.,
<a href='https://disqus.com'>Defines an anchor link
<b>Defines bold text
<blockquote>Defines a long quotation
<i>Defines italic text
<s>Defines strikethrough text
<p>Defines a paragraph
<span>Defines a section in a document
<caption>Defines a table caption
<cite>Defines a citation
Rather than having to manually add markdown syntax to your comments to format text, you can now use text formatting shortcuts within the comment box.
To use this, you can click on a formatting option, and type the text you wish to be formatted inside the tags that are added.
Alternatively, you can highlight the word that you want to format, and then select the desired formatting.
Here are the current supported formats:
Disqus supports automatic syntax highlighting in a number of languages. To use this feature, place your code inside
<pre><code> tags. For example:
By default, Disqus will try to automatically detect the language. It's pretty good at this, but you can give it a hand by doing the following:
Spoiler Button Html Code
- HTML/XML (Note: You must first HTML-encode these tags to display them)
Note: Syntax highlighting will automatically close tags. To place a tag in code without closing, use < and > instead of < and >, to override this behavior.
Spoiler Html Code
Disqus supports the ability to hide text in your comment using spoiler tags.
<spoiler>Hello, world</spoiler> Hides text until hovered over or clicked on
Html Code Spoiler Text
Spoiler tags allow you to write text that some users may not want to see and hide until the reader chooses to see it.
Spoiler tags are just like editing HTML in your comment. Just wrap the new <spoiler></spoiler> tag around any text in your comment, and that’s it!
Once the comment is posted, the spoiler text is hidden by a gray background overlay. Hover over the spoiler text to reveal the content. If you’re on mobile, tap the spoiler text to view it. Spoiler tags appear whether you’re viewing the comment in the thread or in a notification.