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StencilMedia says

Howdy!

Probably a stupid question, but I know nothing of such things. When I submit an item and fill out the description, I stick something on a line, press return and stick something on another line… like some kind of list. And then when it’s live on the site, all the lines are combined into one, so it’s just a wall of text.

I’m guessing I need to add some kind of HTML action or something? Should I just Google ‘how to do fancy HTML stuff’ or is there some kind of site-specific wizardry going on behind the scenes?

Thanks!

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Bedros says

Not sure if this is the one you’ve looking for , but please check it.

http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/262

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FlatKing says

yeah use <br /> to put lines in between or a double enter will do it too

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motionvids says

Howdy!

Probably a stupid question, but I know nothing of such things. When I submit an item and fill out the description, I stick something on a line, press return and stick something on another line… like some kind of list. And then when it’s live on the site, all the lines are combined into one, so it’s just a wall of text.

I’m guessing I need to add some kind of HTML action or something? Should I just Google ‘how to do fancy HTML stuff’ or is there some kind of site-specific wizardry going on behind the scenes?

Thanks!

This was created for you: http://revaxarts-themes.com/envatitor/

You can make beautiful descriptions there without using html code. Just use the fancy buttons to make-up your texts. And when you are done you can copy and paste the HTML into the VideoHive description box and your are done for the day :)

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StencilMedia says

Perfecto! Thanks everyone. I’ll be adding pictures and page-view counters before you know it… but maybe I should walk before I can run! :)

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