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Concise description of lake photo for screen readers or if image fails to load.

⚠️ Warning! ⚠️
Warning!

lipu ni li toki e ijo nasa. ijo ni li ken ike kepeken nimi pi toki pona la, mi kepeken e nimi lili Inli. mi wile sina ken sona e ni. sina ken ala sona la, o toki tawa mi!

  o kute!  

lipu ni li toki e ijo nasa. ijo ni li ken ike kepeken nimi pi toki pona la, mi kepeken e nimi lili Inli. mi wile sina ken sona e ni. sina ken ala sona la, o toki tawa mi!

ℹ️ Just so you know... ℹ️
Just so you know...

lipu ni li toki e ijo nasa. ijo ni li ken ike kepeken nimi pi toki pona la, mi kepeken e nimi lili Inli. mi wile sina ken sona e ni. sina ken ala sona la, o toki tawa mi!

  o kute!  

lipu ni li toki e ijo nasa. ijo ni li ken ike kepeken nimi pi toki pona la, mi kepeken e nimi lili Inli. mi wile sina ken sona e ni. sina ken ala sona la, o toki tawa mi!

I sure hope this text is short stack

Here's some words la la la!

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🌈 Hi, I'm Sawyer ! ☆
🌈 Hi, I'm Sawyer! :D ☆

coffee dislikes: tea overly hostile/argumentative people I am recovering from multiple mental akdfjsf, won't aslkdfjaslkdfj

lipu mi la, mi sitelen kin kepeken toki pona!

I also write in English!

Favorites:

  • Color: Hot pink 💗
  • Animals: domestic rats, rabbits, lepidopterans, parrots, corvids, and columbids. 🕊️
  • Holiday: Halloween 🎃
  • Beverage: Coffee ☕
  • Season: Summer ☀️

Likes:

  • coffee

Dislikes:

  • tea
  • overly hostile/argumentative people
here's some words

⚠️🚧 UNDER CONSTRUCTION 🚧⚠️

H2 is a Medium Heading

H3 is a Small Heading

mi ken toki e toki pona lon lipu mi

mi ken toki e toki+pona lon lipu+mi

The <p> tag is for paragraphs. Paragraphs just like this one! This is an example paragraph.

Here's how you use BOLD text.

And here's how you use italic text.

The <a> tag is for links!
  1. You can make an <ol> like this!
  2. <ol> stands for "Ordered List"
  3. That means that the list is numbered!
  • Or how about a <ul>, know what that stands for?
  • That's right! <ul> is "Unordered List"
  • That means that the list uses bullets.
Concise description of lake photo for screen readers or if image fails to load.

This is an image caption! Huh? It's just a <p> tag! Ah, but we have added the class "caption"! "Classes" allow us to set special styles for certain elements.

“Well, plenty of people believe in souls, right? And that’s not considered weird. I don’t think it’s weirder to believe that if souls exist, and that if you could make someone’s soul or even their mind visible, that they wouldn’t all look the same. I think mine would look like [your identity here].” - (source)
-Type A suffix added to other words to refer to the specific character / species / etc at the center of ones alterhuman identity.
Spiritual Alterhuman Someone whose alterhumanity stems from their spirituality / spiritual beliefs.
Psychological Alterhuman Someone whose alterhumanity stems from their psychology / psychological state.
Astral Limb Not having a certain limb, but still experiencing sensations where that limb would be.

Ahhh, back to a regular paragraph. All of that italicized text was making me a bit hoarse.

Alt text

Wow, that image is smaller and aligned to the right. This text is flowing around it!

Oh, I see... we added two classes to it... small and right! Marina must have set special styles in the CSS file for images with the small and right classes. Goodness gracious, what will she think of next?

You might be confused if you're viewing this on a phone. When the screen gets really small, then the small class images just revert to taking up the whole width (responsive design). Otherwise they'd just be too ridiculously small! But I bet if you rotate your phone to wide view, you'll be able to see the effects of the small and right classes on images...

Alt text

Hmmm... there's something strange about this image...

Yikes! It's a link!! I guess you can put an <img> tag inside an <a> tag to create an image link!

If you've been following along inside the HTML editor, you might be wondering, what are all those weird codes with stuff in-between & and ;? Those are called escape characters. < means "less than" symbol and > means "greater than" symbol. Those symbols are used in HTML tags. But if I try to write actual HTML tags to talk to you about them, then the computer will get confused. So somtimes we need to speak, quite literally, in code, to get around this. Maybe you are like... a math blogger so I thought I'd just let you know ahead of time. If you get unexpected results, check back over your writing. You might have typed something that to a human is normal but to a computer is confusing!

Well, that's all for now. Keep this file around and use it for reference if you'd like. Happy blogging!

~Marina

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