Remove blockquotes

Hi can anyone tell me how do i remove this I want the blockquotes for IFATC at Home removed and i wanted the word to be bigger and bolded and inside a box as well but not this long one like in this picture just a box to fit the word.

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Hello!

Remove this empty space and put ## in front of it.

Hello

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Hi! thanks for the quick response. I wanted to move it to the middle as well and the moment i start doing that it goes back to blockquotes.

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To center text it is <div align=Center> :)

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I just did that and the word that i wanted bold turn back to normal texts :( but the word did get centered

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I managed to do that for the entire text but not the title of IFATC at home the momentt it centered the word wasn’t bold after that .

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Just add </div> under the text you would like to be aligned in the middle. I would recommend checking the following topic and bookmarking it for future reference:

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IFATC At Home

There are limits to what the formatting in discourse can do, some things work, some don’t. If you type what I’ve shown in the screenshot, it’ll give you the big text at the top of this reply. If you remove the > then it’ll give you big text without the grey background

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Nicee got it and one more question instead of the long boxes like you showed me above. Cani change it to the ones where it’s just one box that fits the entire word ?

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Unfortunately I don’t believe so. The box will always cover the entire width of the post, I may be wrong but in my experience, it’s always been that way.

You can always get a little creative if you want to and use an image instead, it’s a little more effort but I think it can look pretty cool

If you look at this thread, it’s what I’ve done for all my headers. You just use the div align=center command again, insert the image then put it back to align=left and that way you can have whatever kind of background you want in any don’t. As I said, more effort but it looks pretty cool 🤷

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No worries thanks for your teachings! Now I finally know at least how to start using it lol

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If you want a smaller box like this one, use <kbd> and </kbd>

Thanks for the info Avioes! One more thing i would like to ask . Sorry for the questions lol If in this picture i want to make the title text bigger but not affect others to be bigger how do i position the Big text?

Try <big><kbd>Big text in the box</kbd></big>


Big text in the box

I stand corrected. Good spot!

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Do you mean something like this?

I think you just explained to me in your last comment. We posted at the same time lol

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You can also do

# <kbd> Hello!

Hello!

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Something like this is made like this:


Something <big>like</big> this

I’m pretty sure the question has now been solved, and we should ask for further help here