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I'm a casual player (i.e. not efficient). I'm currently working towards a quest cape. After that I'll probably attempt the achievement cape... but that's a long ways away :P

Apart from my interests in OSRS, I enjoy cleaning up articles in the wiki and hope to learn (and master) HTML. Feel free to add me in-game :) See ya around!

Date Quests Complected Total QP
3-25-18 ex1


style=" Most of the userpage quantities (background, border, text size, etc.) are styles, so a style attribute is opened. Note the quote mark, this is required to open the style.
background:colour; This defines the background colour. Colour can take many values: a name, a hexadecimal code, or a RGB (red green blue) code. More later. Note that the semicolon trailing the colour is required to separate different quantities (in this case background from border).
border:width style colour; This defines the border. Width is the width of the border, usually given in pixels (e.g. 4px). Style is what the border is, e.g. solid, dashed, double, triple, etc. See also RuneScape:Customising your signature - although its uses span the method is the same. Colour can take the same values as background above.
color:c; This define the text colour. Note the spelling of color. Colours can take the same values as background above. Be aware that link formatting overrides the text colour. You will need to use [[internal link location|<span style="color:preferred colour;">link name</span>]] or [external url <span style="color:preferred colour;">link name</span>].
width:w; This defines how wide this border/background/attributes stretches across the page. W takes a value of a percentage (e.g. 80%), or length in pixels (300px). A common usage is 100% - to span the entire width of the page.
height:h; This defines the height the attributes span down the page. H can be a percentage or a length, like width. Note again the semicolon - its not strictly required in this case (being the last quantity in the style) but should be used.
" This quote mark closes the style so it is required.
> This greater-than sign closes the opening div - it marks where the attributes end and the rest of your page begins. It is required.
----page content here---- This is the rest of the content of your userpage.
This is the closing div tag. It marks where you no longer want the styles defined in the opening tag to no longer apply.