When you copy HTML to a web based form such as a discussion board, the board's software may filter the HTML elements from your post, or if posted, those elements will attempt to behave as they were designed.
'<' and '>' have special meaning to web browsers and will not display on the screen. To display these characters, browsers recognize two special tokens.. < and > which, when substituted, will display correctly.
If you have a section of HTML which you wish to post to a discussion board, copy the HTML to the first text box below and click 'de-webify.' This tool will make the necessary substitution and provide the proper text to use in your post in the output section.
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