Alright, what do you mean by html parsing? I googled it and didn't really understand what was being said. Yes this is more of a programming exercise as I'm trying to learn as I go. I mean I think I got the basics of it, it's supposed to structure my document somehow? I don't really get why I would need one.
The form is basic. I think you should look into something like fckeditor or tinymce. What he is saying about the html is you should allow users to put in their own custom html but this could be tricky as it may not be valid html.
So basically with something like tinymce it's a pre-made form for me to use? I guess I was basically going to slowly create something like that, though I'm not big into using pre-made code like this, it's more for the learning experience for me, though I guess I should learn not to do everything myself. I mean I just don't know if I would feel like it's mine, you know?
Well I haven't gotten around to changing the tags yet (or allowing html, I'm happy with the [BOLD][/BOLD] I'm using for now), but I have changed the buttons so they surround the text now, so it's a lot easier to get what you want now. So it's somewhat decent now.
I don't use the Tahoma font...?
*Sigh* many people told me about the blue background I suppose I should change it, I just can't find anything else I like. I've tried other sites, and gone to color sites, but nothing that I really like. I've thought of spammers, don't really care at this point, this is the form I use for submitting to my main site, and I'll use if for creating a cooking site once I've perfected it.
Looking cluttered is new to me, what can I do about that? Just space things out more?