Have you ever wanted to call everyone’s attention to a specific line an a recipe?
Do not cook longer than 10 minutes!
Add ingredients in this specific order!
Do not preheat your oven!
Certain directions are critical to the outcome of a favorite dish and Family Cookbook Project as made it easy if you want to bold your text in a recipe. You just have to learn HTML or Hyper Text Markup Language, the programming language of every website on the Internet.
Now before you say “I’m not a computer programmer, I can barely turn on my laptop”. It’s super easy for what you want to do.
In directions, comments and ingredients when you are adding a new recipe, you can use simple HTML tags like:
For example <b>Do not cook longer than 10 minutes!</b> looks like this Do not cook longer than 10 minutes!
If you use Do not cook longer than 10 minutes! it will look like this Do not cook longer than 10 minutes!
and if you use <u>Do not cook longer than 10 minutes!</u> it will look like this Do not cook longer than 10 minutes!
The most important thing to remember is that all tags start with “<>” and end with a “</>”. If you forget the /> then every thing else in your recipe will be based on the tag you used. Don’t forget your “</>”!
Family Cookbook Project is always looking for ways to make your favorite recipes come to life for you and your family.
Bill Rice is founder and Co-Publisher of the Great Family Cookbook Project, a website that helps families and individuals collect and share food memories through customized printed cookbooks filled with treasured recipes. Follow us on Facebook and Pinterest!