HTML DOJO

Jellicent

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Cheers, all ^.^

Smogon has a somewhat complicated inner workings that relies on both HTML and the SCMS. Every article, analysis, Smog article, Competitor announcement, or hub update requires the use of HTML. Some of you C&C writers might not even realize it, but you're using HTML when you wrap those <p> tags around each of your paragraphs! You're also using SCMS tags when you use [SET], [SET COMMENTS], etc. :P

Between C&C articles, Smog articles, and hubs, we're always on the lookout for peeps with HTML knowledge. There also will likely be some new additions coming soon that will require a lot of HTML, which means a lot of contributors willing to help out with it all. HTMLing for Smogon has its perks as well; it can lead to Pre-Contributor
, which can grow into Contributor
or Contributor to Smogon Media
depending on what you HTML! HTML knowledge is also a requirement for Site Staff
, although that badge is given on a need basis. If you are already a badged user, you can view the SCMS to get a better idea of how HTML and SCMS works!

If you're looking to learn HTML, this is a fantastic resource. HTML requires precision, as messing up a single tag can throw your results completely out the window. The best way to get this precision is through practice. Trial and error will eventually get you the results you want, but it's not the most effective method. As such, this dojo will offer up various articles for you to practice HTML on. I'll include an answer key in hide tags as well, so you can compare your results and see what you got wrong. The goal here is to help you learn, so simply C/Ping the answer won't do anything for you. Instead, use this as an opportunity to pick up on a useful coding language to know.

Notepad is a great text editor to use for these practices. It allows you to save your document as a .html file, so you can validate it with this. Notepad also handily uses straight quotation marks (") rather than curly ones (“) that break HTML.

Some handy resources for you:
W3School's HTML Tutorial
The W3C's Validator
W3School's TryIt Editor
Notepad++
Chaos's HTML Primer
Desolate's Intro to SCMS

Those last two might be a bit outdated, but they're still useful overall. For now, get out there and start reading up on this stuff. I'll post up a practice article sometime tomorrow. Feel free to ask any questions here, or you can VM/PM Omicron, sandshrewz, and Jellicent for any help that you need ^.^

Happy HTMLing :)
 

Jellicent

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#3
Ok, let's get this first one rolling! We'll be looking at Oglemi's Smog article "Bottom 10 Most Threatening Pokemon IRL". I won't make you guys do the header and footer stuff, as you only need to know that if you're HTMLing for the Smog (where you can find a great guide by Jumpluff :3 )

This article has some very basic but important tags, including <p>, <h2>, <img> and <a>. These tags are used all of the time on Smogon, so you'll definitely want to make yourself familiar with them. The article itself is rather long, so please post your answers in
tags. Also, just a head's up, when centering something in the Smog, you wrap <div style="text-align: center;"></div> around it~

<h2>Introduction</h2>

<p>Last issue, I explored the <a href="/smog/issue20/dangerous_irl">top 10 most dangerous Pok&eacute;mon</a> if they were to exist in real life. The world would be squirming with things looking to kill you at all times of the day as I pointed out in that article. However, there would be a select few that would be on the lesser side of dangerous, and maybe even helpful. Theoretically, you could catch even the most dangerous of Pok&eacute;mon, assuming technology advanced to the point to where that were possible, and use them for your own destructive purposes. However, there would be a few Pok&eacute;mon left in the world that wouldn't cause you much harm should you encounter them on your travels. These are the Pok&eacute;mon you'd <em>want</em> to meet one-on-one in a dark forest with nothing on your person but the clothes on your back.</p>

<h2>10. Farfetch'd</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/83.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>Farfetch'd is probably the least dangerous bird that would exist if Pok&eacute;mon were real. The reason for this is two-fold: they're endangered and therefore wouldn't want to come across you in the wild in the first place, and even if you came across one it wouldn't be able to do much to you besides smack you with its leek (or incessantly follow you signing <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wnE4vF9CQ4">leekspin</a>, which come to think of it is probably the worst thing it could do to you). Though, that's not even that threatening since you can just punt it before if even got close enough to bash you. The best part? If you did come across a Farfetch'd in the wild, it's a free meal! They're supposedly quite a delicacy, which drove them to the brink of extinction in the first place. Getting caught eating a Farfetch'd or even messing with one could land you a cushy place in jail though, which is probably the greater threat here. Should you be lucky enough to try one though, let me know how it tastes. Bon appétit!</p>

<h2>9. Azurill</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/298.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>So here we got a flotation device with a face. Assuming its tail isn't made of rock or something, getting hit by the Thick Fat or Sap Sipper variants probably wouldn't hurt much. And should you need to ford a river, all you need to do is grab one of these mouse monikers and be on your way. You can even use it as a sentient bolas in order to catch some other kind of food source, like a tasty Sawsbuck. Of all of the things that would exist ready to kill you as soon as you reach any amount of water, seeing one of these barbells would be a sigh of relief. Unfortunately, it'd probably cry a lot, which if you've spent any time around a baby you'll know just how annoying that can get. Also beware of the Huge Power variants; I've seen some guys mistakenly mess with one of those and they are now paralyzed from the neck down.</p>

<h2>8. Ledyba</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/165.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>Cutest Pok&eacute;mon. Hands down. Favoritism aside, Ledyba is the epitome of weak, monster-sized bugs you'll inevitably stumble across on your adventures. The most harmful thing this cutie could hope to do is maybe put you in a coma from d'awwwing too much. If it tried fighting you it would just look even cuter; can you imagine this thing getting angry and trying to punch you with its tiny arms? Adorable. The only downside to encountering a Ledyba is probably its stink. If you've spent any time in the northwoods in fall, you know what I'm talking about when I say that ladybugs are a fowl smelling species; I can only imagine one 100x the size of the average ladybug smells putrid.</p>

<h2>7. Shuckle</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/213.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>So Shuckle is a bug, in a rock. Let's soak that in for a second. It's a worm... with a symbiotic relationship with a rock. That has a habit of changing Berries into Berry Juice. Cool. So it's a living, portable juice bar that's basically incapable of harming you. And they're typically located on beaches. All you need now is a beach towel and a parasol and you're set. It's also fun to think about if you let the Berry Juice ferment for an extended period of time. Getting you and your Pok&eacute;mon drunk off fermented Sitrus Berry juice would be hilarious.</p>

<h2>6. Luvdisc</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/370.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>After lounging on the beach with your Shuckle-bar, you can take a swim with your significant other in the warm tropic waters to search for this love-fish. Not only is it not going to harm you, it's going to bring you ever-lasting love. Talk about a sweet deal, and an awesome aphrodisiac. No longer do you have to spring for the Spanish fly; just meet up with a Luvdisc and BAM, you're ready to go. Though this could come with the side effect of seeing a ton of old couples on the beach ditching their Viagra for some Luvdisc love...</p>

<h2>5. Sunkern</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/191.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>Here we have a seed. A tiny little seed. That's only form of defense is to shake its leaves at attackers. What it thinks it's doing by shaking its leaves is baffling; it's almost like if a bear were attacking me and I decided to whip out my junk and shake it at it. Ultimately, the effort will be fruitless. About the only time that Sunkern is even moderately threatening is when it falls randomly out of the sky. From whence it is falling is unclear, but if it has built up enough momentum it could be damaging to your cranium.</p>

<h2>4. Klink</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/629.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>Klink is not only never going to hurt you, unless you are massively weak to electrical shocks, it's also the solution to the world's energy crisis. It's a self-sustaining, reliable, electrical resource that takes orders! No longer would the world have to rely on coal or natural gas for electricity; all you would need is a plant of these suckers. What happens when they evolve into Klang and Klinklang? Well all you have to do is take the minigear from Klang and it dies, ensuring that humans would always have control over them. Klink is the complete opposite of dangerous, and it's lucrative!</p>

<h2>3. Magikarp / Feebas</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/129.png" alt="" /><img src="/download/sprites/bw/349.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>I'm sure everybody and their mother saw this one coming, and it should be obvious as to why. They're nothing but ordinary fish! There's hundreds of real animals that are far more dangerous than these stupid fish, like, I don't know, SHARKS. They're so stupid that they can't even naturally learn any dangerous moves, instead vying for the extraordinary ability to Tackle their foes to death, or heaven forbid, Splash and flop at the feet of their attackers. The only onus with these two is, you just can't mess with them in the fear that they <em>could</em> evolve suddenly into Gyarados or Milotic. But that usually only happens if you club them too much with your other death creatures. So, don't club them and everything should be alright!</p>

<h2>2. Togepi / Togetic</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/175.png" alt="" /><img src="/download/sprites/bw/176.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>With the rare <a href="http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/DP142">evil Togepi</a> aside, meeting up with a Togepi or Togetic would be one of the best things to ever happen in your life. How long the happiness lasts from meeting up with these creatures is unclear, but it very well could be a lifetime of pure euphoria and joy. Imagine a life where you never feel sadness or grief. You would be as happy as a Canadian at all times. Get shot in the leg? "LOL, good shot bro! I really need to watch my step! Sorry for wasting your time, eh!" Significant other cheats on you? "Well, there are plenty of other fish in the sea, right eh!" World War III happens? "Well, it was only a matter of time if you ask me."</p>

<p>Not to mention that having one of these bundles of joy nearby would be the cure for depression, and along with that significantly less suicides. Though, this could have an unintentional side effect of creating an army of happy-go-lucky suicide bombers ready and willing to die for their country... Yippeeeeee BOOOM!</p>

<h2>1. Chansey / Blissey / Audino</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/113.png" alt="" /><img src="/download/sprites/bw/242.png" alt="" /><img src="/download/sprites/bw/559.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>These three are the only purely good Pok&eacute;mon in the world. While they are capable of shooting thunderbolts and flames out of their mouths like many of the other death creatures, they would never harm another creature without the orders of a mean Trainer. They get their high instead from helping and healing others. If you were to throw a rock at Audino, it would just shoot a Heal Pulse right back. You probably couldn't make them angry if you tried; it's like they have an unquenchable thirst of motherly care. It's unclear if they're capable of performing invasive surgery, but if they can, hospitals would never need to hire another doctor again. And these three would never need to be paid; they'd just be happy bringing care to their patients. Free health care at last!</p>

<div style="text-align: center;"><img src="/media/upload/smog/issue21/bottom10threateningmon.png" alt="" /></div>
 

Yonko7

Guns make you stupid. Duct tape makes you smart.
is a Contributor Alumnus
#4
Here's my version!

Code:
<h1>Introduction</h1>
<body>
<p>Last issue, I explored the <a href="http://www.smogon.com/smog/issue20/dangerous_irl">top 10 most dangrous Pok&eacute;mon</a> if they were to exist in real life. The world would be squirming with things looking to kill you at all times of the day as I pointed out in that article. However, there would be a select few that would be on the lesser side of dangerous, and maybe even helpful. Theoretically, you could catch even the most dangerous of Pokémon, assuming technology advanced to the point to where that were possible, and use them for your own destructive purposes. However, there would be a few Pokémon left in the world that wouldn't cause you much harm should you encounter them on your travels. These are the Pokémon you'd <i>want</i> to meet one-on-one in a dark forest with nothing on your person but the clothes on your back.</p>
</body>
<h1>10. Farfetch'd</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/83.png"</img>
<body>
<p>Farfetch'd is probably the least dangerous bird that would exist if Pokémon were real. The reason for this is two-fold: they're endangered and therefore wouldn't want to come across you in the wild in the first place, and even if you came across one it wouldn't be able to do much to you besides smack you with its leek (or incessantly follow you signing <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wnE4vF9CQ4/">leekspin</a>, which come to think of it is probably the worst thing it could do to you). Though, that's not even that threatening since you can just punt it before if even got close enough to bash you. The best part? If you did come across a Farfetch'd in the wild, it's a free meal! They're supposedly quite a delicacy, which drove them to the brink of extinction in the first place. Getting caught eating a Farfetch'd or even messing with one could land you a cushy place in jail though, which is probably the greater threat here. Should you be lucky enough to try one though, let me know how it tastes. Bon app&eacute;tit!</p>
</body>
<h1>9. Azurill</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/298.png"</img>
<body>
<p>So here we got a flotation device with a face. Assuming its tail isn't made of rock or something, getting hit by the Thick Fat or Sap Sipper variants probably wouldn't hurt much. And should you need to ford a river, all you need to do is grab one of these mouse monikers and be on your way. You can even use it as a sentient bolas in order to catch some other kind of food source, like a tasty Sawsbuck. Of all of the things that would exist ready to kill you as soon as you reach any amount of water, seeing one of these barbells would be a sigh of relief. Unfortunately, it'd probably cry a lot, which if you've spent any time around a baby you'll know just how annoying that can get. Also beware of the Huge Power variants; I've seen some guys mistakenly mess with one of those and they are now paralyzed from the neck down.</p>
</body>
<h1>8. Ledyba</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/165.png"</img>
<body>
<p>Cutest Pok&eacute;mon. Hands down. Favoritism aside, Ledyba is the epitome of weak, monster-sized bugs you'll inevitably stumble across on your adventures. The most harmful thing this cutie could hope to do is maybe put you in a coma from d'awwwing too much. If it tried fighting you it would just look even cuter; can you imagine this thing getting angry and trying to punch you with its tiny arms? Adorable. The only downside to encountering a Ledyba is probably its stink. If you've spent any time in the northwoods in fall, you know what I'm talking about when I say that ladybugs are a fowl smelling species; I can only imagine one 100x the size of the average ladybug smells putrid.</p>
</body>
<h1>7. Shuckle</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/213.png"</img>
<body>
<p>So Shuckle is a bug, in a rock. Let's soak that in for a second. It's a worm... with a symbiotic relationship with a rock. That has a habit of changing Berries into Berry Juice. Cool. So it's a living, portable juice bar that's basically incapable of harming you. And they're typically located on beaches. All you need now is a beach towel and a parasol and you're set. It's also fun to think about if you let the Berry Juice ferment for an extended period of time. Getting you and your Pokémon drunk off fermented Sitrus Berry juice would be hilarious.</p>
</body>
<h1>6. Luvdisc</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/370.png"</img>
<body>
<p>After lounging on the beach with your Shuckle-bar, you can take a swim with your significant other in the warm tropic waters to search for this love-fish. Not only is it not going to harm you, it's going to bring you ever-lasting love. Talk about a sweet deal, and an awesome aphrodisiac. No longer do you have to spring for the Spanish fly; just meet up with a Luvdisc and BAM, you're ready to go. Though this could come with the side effect of seeing a ton of old couples on the beach ditching their Viagra for some Luvdisc love...</p>
</body>
<h1>5. Sunkern</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/191.png"</img>
<p>Here we have a seed. A tiny little seed. That's only form of defense is to shake its leaves at attackers. What it thinks it's doing by shaking its leaves is baffling; it's almost like if a bear were attacking me and I decided to whip out my junk and shake it at it. Ultimately, the effort will be fruitless. About the only time that Sunkern is even moderately threatening is when it falls randomly out of the sky. From whence it is falling is unclear, but if it has built up enough momentum it could be damaging to your cranium.</p>
</body>
<h1>4. Klink</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/629.png"</img>
<body>
<p>Klink is not only never going to hurt you, unless you are massively weak to electrical shocks, it's also the solution to the world's energy crisis. It's a self-sustaining, reliable, electrical resource that takes orders! No longer would the world have to rely on coal or natural gas for electricity; all you would need is a plant of these suckers. What happens when they evolve into Klang and Klinklang? Well all you have to do is take the minigear from Klang and it dies, ensuring that humans would always have control over them. Klink is the complete opposite of dangerous, and it's lucrative!</p>
</body>
<h1>3. Magikarp / Feebas</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/129.png"</img> <img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/349.png"</img>
<body>
<p>I'm sure everybody and their mother saw this one coming, and it should be obvious as to why. They're nothing but ordinary fish! There's hundreds of real animals that are far more dangerous than these stupid fish, like, I don't know, SHARKS. They're so stupid that they can't even naturally learn any dangerous moves, instead vying for the extraordinary ability to Tackle their foes to death, or heaven forbid, Splash and flop at the feet of their attackers. The only onus with these two is, you just can't mess with them in the fear that they <i>could</i> evolve suddenly into Gyarados or Milotic. But that usually only happens if you club them too much with your other death creatures. So, don't club them and everything should be alright!</p>
</body>
<h1>2. Togepi / Togetic</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/175.png"</img> <img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/176.png"</img>
<body>
<p>With the rare <a href="http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/DP142">evil Togepi</a> aside, meeting up with a Togepi or Togetic would be one of the best things to ever happen in your life. How long the happiness lasts from meeting up with these creatures is unclear, but it very well could be a lifetime of pure euphoria and joy. Imagine a life where you never feel sadness or grief. You would be as happy as a Canadian at all times. Get shot in the leg? "LOL, good shot bro! I really need to watch my step! Sorry for wasting your time, eh!" Significant other cheats on you? "Well, there are plenty of other fish in the sea, right eh!" World War III happens? "Well, it was only a matter of time if you ask me."</p>
<p>Not to mention that having one of these bundles of joy nearby would be the cure for depression, and along with that significantly less suicides. Though, this could have an unintentional side effect of creating an army of happy-go-lucky suicide bombers ready and willing to die for their country... Yippeeeeee BOOOM!</p>
</body>
<h1>1. Chansey / Blissey / Audino</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/113.png"</img> <img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/242.png"</img> <img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/559.png"</img>
<body>
<p>These three are the only purely good Pokémon in the world. While they are capable of shooting thunderbolts and flames out of their mouths like many of the other death creatures, they would never harm another creature without the orders of a mean Trainer. They get their high instead from helping and healing others. If you were to throw a rock at Audino, it would just shoot a Heal Pulse right back. You probably couldn't make them angry if you tried; it's like they have an unquenchable thirst of motherly care. It's unclear if they're capable of performing invasive surgery, but if they can, hospitals would never need to hire another doctor again. And these three would never need to be paid; they'd just be happy bringing care to their patients. Free health care at last!</p>
</body>
<div style="text-align: center;"><img src="http://www.smogon.com/media/upload/smog/issue21/bottom10threateningmon.png"</img></div>


I noticed that I was able to use <h1></h1> for all of them, and all the headers looked the same size. Also, centering the picture at the end was confusing, but with Jellicent's "hint" it was much easier. ^^

EDIT: After looking at the Key they're all <h2></h2> .-.
 

Jellicent

is a member of the Site Staffis a Super Moderatoris a Community Contributoris a Contributor to Smogonis a Smogon Social Media Contributor Alumnusis a Smogon Media Contributor Alumnus
RoA Co-Leader
#5
Normally, the <body> tag would be wrapped around the entire body of a page. You don't need to keep using <body> tags for each paragraph, as <p> already indicates that it's a new paragraph. For this one, <p> tags should also be wrapped around the images to give that added space. Finally, we don't use <body> tags at all (that I know of) for Smogon, as we have a SCMS tag for it, [page], which goes where <body> normally would and requires no [/page].

Also, your image tags are all broken >.>

<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/113.png"</img>

Should just look like:

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/113.png" alt="" />

There's no need to have a </img> tag, as it doesn't get wrapped around anything. Instead, you can end the tag with /> to make it complete.

Hope that helped ^.^
 

Redew

You're not the monster.
is a Site Staff Alumnusis a Forum Moderator Alumnusis a Contributor Alumnusis a Smogon Media Contributor Alumnus
#6
HTML:
<h2>Introduction</h2>

<p>Last issue, I explored the <a href="/smog/issue20/dangerous_irl">top 10 most dangerous Pok&eacute;mon</a> if they were to exist in real life. The world would be squirming with things looking to kill you at all times of the day as I pointed out in that article. However, there would be a select few that would be on the lesser side of dangerous, and maybe even helpful. Theoretically, you could catch even the most dangerous of Pokémon, assuming technology advanced to the point to where that were possible, and use them for your own destructive purposes. However, there would be a few Pokémon left in the world that wouldn't cause you much harm should you encounter them on your travels. These are the Pokémon you'd want to meet one-on-one in a dark forest with nothing on your person but the clothes on your back.</p>

<h2>10. Farfetch'd</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/83.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>Farfetch'd is probably the least dangerous bird that would exist if Pokémon were real. The reason for this is two-fold: they're endangered and therefore wouldn't want to come across you in the wild in the first place, and even if you came across one it wouldn't be able to do much to you besides smack you with its leek (or incessantly follow you signing <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wnE4vF9CQ4">leekspin</a>, which come to think of it is probably the worst thing it could do to you). Though, that's not even that threatening since you can just punt it before if even got close enough to bash you. The best part? If you did come across a Farfetch'd in the wild, it's a free meal! They're supposedly quite a delicacy, which drove them to the brink of extinction in the first place. Getting caught eating a Farfetch'd or even messing with one could land you a cushy place in jail though, which is probably the greater threat here. Should you be lucky enough to try one though, let me know how it tastes. Bon app&eacute;tit!</p>

<h29. >Azurill</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/298.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>So here we got a flotation device with a face. Assuming its tail isn't made of rock or something, getting hit by the Thick Fat or Sap Sipper variants probably wouldn't hurt much. And should you need to ford a river, all you need to do is grab one of these mouse monikers and be on your way. You can even use it as a sentient bolas in order to catch some other kind of food source, like a tasty Sawsbuck. Of all of the things that would exist ready to kill you as soon as you reach any amount of water, seeing one of these barbells would be a sigh of relief. Unfortunately, it'd probably cry a lot, which if you've spent any time around a baby you'll know just how annoying that can get. Also beware of the Huge Power variants; I've seen some guys mistakenly mess with one of those and they are now paralyzed from the neck down.</p>

<h2>8. Ledyba</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/165.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>Cutest Pok&eacute;mon. Hands down. Favoritism aside, Ledyba is the epitome of weak, monster-sized bugs you'll inevitably stumble across on your adventures. The most harmful thing this cutie could hope to do is maybe put you in a coma from d'awwwing too much. If it tried fighting you it would just look even cuter; can you imagine this thing getting angry and trying to punch you with its tiny arms? Adorable. The only downside to encountering a Ledyba is probably its stink. If you've spent any time in the northwoods in fall, you know what I'm talking about when I say that ladybugs are a fowl smelling species; I can only imagine one 100x the size of the average ladybug smells putrid.<p>

<h2>7. Shuckle</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/213.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>So Shuckle is a bug, in a rock. Let's soak that in for a second. It's a worm... with a symbiotic relationship with a rock. That has a habit of changing Berries into Berry Juice. Cool. So it's a living, portable juice bar that's basically incapable of harming you. And they're typically located on beaches. All you need now is a beach towel and a parasol and you're set. It's also fun to think about if you let the Berry Juice ferment for an extended period of time. Getting you and your Pokémon drunk off fermented Sitrus Berry juice would be hilarious.</p>

<h2>6. Luvdisc</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/370.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>After lounging on the beach with your Shuckle-bar, you can take a swim with your significant other in the warm tropic waters to search for this love-fish. Not only is it not going to harm you, it's going to bring you ever-lasting love. Talk about a sweet deal, and an awesome aphrodisiac. No longer do you have to spring for the Spanish fly; just meet up with a Luvdisc and BAM, you're ready to go. Though this could come with the side effect of seeing a ton of old couples on the beach ditching their Viagra for some Luvdisc love...</p>

<h2>5. Sunkern</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/191.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>Here we have a seed. A tiny little seed. That's only form of defense is to shake its leaves at attackers. What it thinks it's doing by shaking its leaves is baffling; it's almost like if a bear were attacking me and I decided to whip out my junk and shake it at it. Ultimately, the effort will be fruitless. About the only time that Sunkern is even moderately threatening is when it falls randomly out of the sky. From whence it is falling is unclear, but if it has built up enough momentum it could be damaging to your cranium.</p>

<h2>4. Klink</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/629.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>Klink is not only never going to hurt you, unless you are massively weak to electrical shocks, it's also the solution to the world's energy crisis. It's a self-sustaining, reliable, electrical resource that takes orders! No longer would the world have to rely on coal or natural gas for electricity; all you would need is a plant of these suckers. What happens when they evolve into Klang and Klinklang? Well all you have to do is take the minigear from Klang and it dies, ensuring that humans would always have control over them. Klink is the complete opposite of dangerous, and it's lucrative!</p>

<h2>3. Magikarp / Feebas</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/129.png" alt="pokemon" /> <img src="/download/sprites/bw/349.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>I'm sure everybody and their mother saw this one coming, and it should be obvious as to why. They're nothing but ordinary fish! There's hundreds of real animals that are far more dangerous than these stupid fish, like, I don't know, SHARKS. They're so stupid that they can't even naturally learn any dangerous moves, instead vying for the extraordinary ability to Tackle their foes to death, or heaven forbid, Splash and flop at the feet of their attackers. The only onus with these two is, you just can't mess with them in the fear that they could evolve suddenly into Gyarados or Milotic. But that usually only happens if you club them too much with your other death creatures. So, don't club them and everything should be alright!</p>

<h2>2. Togepi / Togetic</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/175.png" alt="pokemon" /> <img src="/download/sprites/bw/176.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>With the rare <a href="http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/DP142">evil Togepi</a> aside, meeting up with a Togepi or Togetic would be one of the best things to ever happen in your life. How long the happiness lasts from meeting up with these creatures is unclear, but it very well could be a lifetime of pure euphoria and joy. Imagine a life where you never feel sadness or grief. You would be as happy as a Canadian at all times. Get shot in the leg? "LOL, good shot bro! I really need to watch my step! Sorry for wasting your time, eh!" Significant other cheats on you? "Well, there are plenty of other fish in the sea, right eh!" World War III happens? "Well, it was only a matter of time if you ask me."</p>

<p>Not to mention that having one of these bundles of joy nearby would be the cure for depression, and along with that significantly less suicides. Though, this could have an unintentional side effect of creating an army of happy-go-lucky suicide bombers ready and willing to die for their country... Yippeeeeee BOOOM!</p>

<h2>1. Chansey / Blissey / Audino</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/113.png" alt="pokemon" /><img src="/download/sprites/bw/242.png" alt="pokemon" /><img src="/download/sprites/bw/559.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>These three are the only purely good Pokémon in the world. While they are capable of shooting thunderbolts and flames out of their mouths like many of the other death creatures, they would never harm another creature without the orders of a mean Trainer. They get their high instead from helping and healing others. If you were to throw a rock at Audino, it would just shoot a Heal Pulse right back. You probably couldn't make them angry if you tried; it's like they have an unquenchable thirst of motherly care. It's unclear if they're capable of performing invasive surgery, but if they can, hospitals would never need to hire another doctor again. And these three would never need to be paid; they'd just be happy bringing care to their patients. Free health care at last!</p>

<div-style="text align: center;"><img src="/media/upload/smog/issue21/bottom10threateningmon.png" alt="yilxart"></div>
 
#7
The only thing I noticed wrong with yours is that like was said earlier, you are missing paragraph tags <p></p> to keep the formatting with your pictures consistent. The only other thing i noticed is every now and then just some errors with tags, which is just mistypes and not so much doing things incorrectly. I think the first one was at azurill i was

<h29. > you obviously meant <h2>, just make sure to check it over once you get done with it.
 

Redew

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#8
Huh, thanks! yeah, I usually check things, but today is not a good day. :( My bad!

Wasn't sure why the <p> tag was used around images, but I guess that explains it!

Thanks :)
 
#9
Hm. Well, my future career *is* web designer, so why not?
I mean, all I've taken is three high school web design classes, but that's more than some people, and more than anyone in my school, so, again, why not?
Now, it has been awhile, so I was rusty as I was writing this.
HTML:
<h2>Introduction</h2>
<p>Last issue, I explored the <a href="/smog/issue20/dangerous_irl">top 10 most dangerous Pokémon</a> if they were to exist in real life. The world would be squirming with things looking to kill you at all times of the day as I pointed out in that article. However, there would be a select few that would be on the lesser side of dangerous, and maybe even helpful. Theoretically, you could catch even the most dangerous of Pokémon, assuming technology advanced to the point to where that were possible, and use them for your own destructive purposes. However, there would be a few Pokémon left in the world that wouldn't cause you much harm should you encounter them on your travels. These are the Pokémon you'd want to meet one-on-one in a dark forest with nothing on your person but the clothes on your back.</p>
<h2>10. Farfetch'd</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/83.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>Farfetch'd is probably the least dangerous bird that would exist if Pokémon were real. The reason for this is two-fold: they're endangered and therefore wouldn't want to come across you in the wild in the first place, and even if you came across one it wouldn't be able to do much to you besides smack you with its leek (or incessantly follow you signing <a html="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wnE4vF9CQ4">leekspin</a>, which come to think of it is probably the worst thing it could do to you). Though, that's not even that threatening since you can just punt it before if even got close enough to bash you. The best part? If you did come across a Farfetch'd in the wild, it's a free meal! They're supposedly quite a delicacy, which drove them to the brink of extinction in the first place. Getting caught eating a Farfetch'd or even messing with one could land you a cushy place in jail though, which is probably the greater threat here. Should you be lucky enough to try one though, let me know how it tastes. Bon appétit!</p>
<h2>9. Azurill</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/298.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>So here we got a flotation device with a face. Assuming its tail isn't made of rock or something, getting hit by the Thick Fat or Sap Sipper variants probably wouldn't hurt much. And should you need to ford a river, all you need to do is grab one of these mouse monikers and be on your way. You can even use it as a sentient bolas in order to catch some other kind of food source, like a tasty Sawsbuck. Of all of the things that would exist ready to kill you as soon as you reach any amount of water, seeing one of these barbells would be a sigh of relief. Unfortunately, it'd probably cry a lot, which if you've spent any time around a baby you'll know just how annoying that can get. Also beware of the Huge Power variants; I've seen some guys mistakenly mess with one of those and they are now paralyzed from the neck down.</p>
<h2>8. Ledyba</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/165.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>Cutest Pokémon. Hands down. Favoritism aside, Ledyba is the epitome of weak, monster-sized bugs you'll inevitably stumble across on your adventures. The most harmful thing this cutie could hope to do is maybe put you in a coma from d'awwwing too much. If it tried fighting you it would just look even cuter; can you imagine this thing getting angry and trying to punch you with its tiny arms? Adorable. The only downside to encountering a Ledyba is probably its stink. If you've spent any time in the northwoods in fall, you know what I'm talking about when I say that ladybugs are a fowl smelling species; I can only imagine one 100x the size of the average ladybug smells putrid.</p>
<h2>7. Shuckle</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/213.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>So Shuckle is a bug, in a rock. Let's soak that in for a second. It's a worm... with a symbiotic relationship with a rock. That has a habit of changing Berries into Berry Juice. Cool. So it's a living, portable juice bar that's basically incapable of harming you. And they're typically located on beaches. All you need now is a beach towel and a parasol and you're set. It's also fun to think about if you let the Berry Juice ferment for an extended period of time. Getting you and your Pokémon drunk off fermented Sitrus Berry juice would be hilarious.</p>
<h2>6. Luvdisc</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/370.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>After lounging on the beach with your Shuckle-bar, you can take a swim with your significant other in the warm tropic waters to search for this love-fish. Not only is it not going to harm you, it's going to bring you ever-lasting love. Talk about a sweet deal, and an awesome aphrodisiac. No longer do you have to spring for the Spanish fly; just meet up with a Luvdisc and BAM, you're ready to go. Though this could come with the side effect of seeing a ton of old couples on the beach ditching their Viagra for some Luvdisc love...</p>
<h2>5. Sunkern</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/191.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>Here we have a seed. A tiny little seed. That's only form of defense is to shake its leaves at attackers. What it thinks it's doing by shaking its leaves is baffling; it's almost like if a bear were attacking me and I decided to whip out my junk and shake it at it. Ultimately, the effort will be fruitless. About the only time that Sunkern is even moderately threatening is when it falls randomly out of the sky. From whence it is falling is unclear, but if it has built up enough momentum it could be damaging to your cranium.</p>
<h2>4. Klink</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/629.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>Klink is not only never going to hurt you, unless you are massively weak to electrical shocks, it's also the solution to the world's energy crisis. It's a self-sustaining, reliable, electrical resource that takes orders! No longer would the world have to rely on coal or natural gas for electricity; all you would need is a plant of these suckers. What happens when they evolve into Klang and Klinklang? Well all you have to do is take the minigear from Klang and it dies, ensuring that humans would always have control over them. Klink is the complete opposite of dangerous, and it's lucrative!</p>
<h2>3. Magikarp / Feebas</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/129.png" alt=""/><img src="/download/sprites/bw/349.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>I'm sure everybody and their mother saw this one coming, and it should be obvious as to why. They're nothing but ordinary fish! There's hundreds of real animals that are far more dangerous than these stupid fish, like, I don't know, SHARKS. They're so stupid that they can't even naturally learn any dangerous moves, instead vying for the extraordinary ability to Tackle their foes to death, or heaven forbid, Splash and flop at the feet of their attackers. The only onus with these two is, you just can't mess with them in the fear that they <span style="font-style:italic">could</span> evolve suddenly into Gyarados or Milotic. But that usually only happens if you club them too much with your other death creatures. So, don't club them and everything should be alright!</p>
<h2>2. Togepi / Togetic</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/175.png" alt=""/><img src="/download/sprites/bw/176.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>With the rare <a href="http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/DP142">evil Togepi</a> aside, meeting up with a Togepi or Togetic would be one of the best things to ever happen in your life. How long the happiness lasts from meeting up with these creatures is unclear, but it very well could be a lifetime of pure euphoria and joy. Imagine a life where you never feel sadness or grief. You would be as happy as a Canadian at all times. Get shot in the leg? "LOL, good shot bro! I really need to watch my step! Sorry for wasting your time, eh!" Significant other cheats on you? "Well, there are plenty of other fish in the sea, right eh!" World War III happens? "Well, it was only a matter of time if you ask me."
<br/><br/>Not to mention that having one of these bundles of joy nearby would be the cure for depression, and along with that significantly less suicides. Though, this could have an unintentional side effect of creating an army of happy-go-lucky suicide bombers ready and willing to die for their country... Yippeeeeee BOOOM!</p>
<h2>1. Chansey / Blissey / Audino</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/113.png" alt=""/><img src="/download/sprites/bw/242.png" alt=""/><img src="download/sprites/bw/559.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>These three are the only purely good Pokémon in the world. While they are capable of shooting thunderbolts and flames out of their mouths like many of the other death creatures, they would never harm another creature without the orders of a mean Trainer. They get their high instead from helping and healing others. If you were to throw a rock at Audino, it would just shoot a Heal Pulse right back. You probably couldn't make them angry if you tried; it's like they have an unquenchable thirst of motherly care. It's unclear if they're capable of performing invasive surgery, but if they can, hospitals would never need to hire another doctor again. And these three would never need to be paid; they'd just be happy bringing care to their patients. Free health care at last!</p>
<p style="text-align:center"><img src="../../media/upload/smog/issue21/bottom10threateningmon.png"/><p>
Anyways, I've got HTML and CSS down fairly well, I think. I know *some* Javascript, but just amateur stuff.
 

Jellicent

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#10
Not bad, Brutaka. When linking to anything on Smogon, you can drop the "www.smogon.com" part, but keep the / and everything that follows. So, your first link, which went to issue20/dangerous_irl, should have gone to /smog/issue20/dangerous_irl :3

Also, the same holds true for images, so you should have the / before download/etc. for those sprites~
 
#11
Not bad, Brutaka. When linking to anything on Smogon, you can drop the "www.smogon.com" part, but keep the / and everything that follows. So, your first link, which went to issue20/dangerous_irl, should have gone to /smog/issue20/dangerous_irl :3

Also, the same holds true for images, so you should have the / before download/etc. for those sprites~
All right for the images, however, aren't both articles in the same folder, the one titled 'smog'? When I do regular sites, if they are in the same folder, you don't name the folder, since it's looking in the folder it's in already.

I suppose the forum sites work differently then?

Anyways...now what? Do we wait for you to post another challenge or something?
 

Furai

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#12
HTML:
<h2>Introduction</h2>
<p>Last issue, I explored the <a href="/smog/issue20/dangerous_irl">top 10 most dangerous Poke&eacute;mon</a> if they were to exist in real life. The world would be squirming with things looking to kill you at all times of the day as I pointed out in that article. However, there would be a select few that would be on the lesser side of dangerous, and maybe even helpful. Theoretically, you could catch even the most dangerous of Poke&eacute;mon, assuming technology advanced to the point to where that were possible, and use them for your own destructive purposes. However, there would be a few Poke&eacute;mon left in the world that wouldn't cause you much harm should you encounter them on your travels. These are the Poke&eacute;mon you'd want to meet one-on-one in a dark forest with nothing on your person but the clothes on your back.</p>

<h2>10. Farfetch'd</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/83.png" alt="" />
<p>Farfetch'd is probably the least dangerous bird that would exist if Poke&eacute;mon were real. The reason for this is two-fold: they're endangered and therefore wouldn't want to come across you in the wild in the first place, and even if you came across one it wouldn't be able to do much to you besides smack you with its leek (or incessantly follow you signing <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wnE4vF9CQ4">leekspin</a>, which come to think of it is probably the worst thing it could do to you). Though, that's not even that threatening since you can just punt it before if even got close enough to bash you. The best part? If you did come across a Farfetch'd in the wild, it's a free meal! They're supposedly quite a delicacy, which drove them to the brink of extinction in the first place. Getting caught eating a Farfetch'd or even messing with one could land you a cushy place in jail though, which is probably the greater threat here. Should you be lucky enough to try one though, let me know how it tastes. Bon app&eacute;tit!</p>

<h2>9. Azurill</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/298.png" alt="" />
<p>So here we got a flotation device with a face. Assuming its tail isn't made of rock or something, getting hit by the Thick Fat or Sap Sipper variants probably wouldn't hurt much. And should you need to ford a river, all you need to do is grab one of these mouse monikers and be on your way. You can even use it as a sentient bolas in order to catch some other kind of food source, like a tasty Sawsbuck. Of all of the things that would exist ready to kill you as soon as you reach any amount of water, seeing one of these barbells would be a sigh of relief. Unfortunately, it'd probably cry a lot, which if you've spent any time around a baby you'll know just how annoying that can get. Also beware of the Huge Power variants; I've seen some guys mistakenly mess with one of those and they are now paralyzed from the neck down.</p>

<h2>8. Ledyba</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/165.png" alt="" />
<p>Cutest Poke&eacute;mon. Hands down. Favoritism aside, Ledyba is the epitome of weak, monster-sized bugs you'll inevitably stumble across on your adventures. The most harmful thing this cutie could hope to do is maybe put you in a coma from d'awwwing too much. If it tried fighting you it would just look even cuter; can you imagine this thing getting angry and trying to punch you with its tiny arms? Adorable. The only downside to encountering a Ledyba is probably its stink. If you've spent any time in the northwoods in fall, you know what I'm talking about when I say that ladybugs are a fowl smelling species; I can only imagine one 100x the size of the average ladybug smells putrid.</p>

<h2>7. Shuckle</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/213.png" alt="" />
<p>So Shuckle is a bug, in a rock. Let's soak that in for a second. It's a worm... with a symbiotic relationship with a rock. That has a habit of changing Berries into Berry Juice. Cool. So it's a living, portable juice bar that's basically incapable of harming you. And they're typically located on beaches. All you need now is a beach towel and a parasol and you're set. It's also fun to think about if you let the Berry Juice ferment for an extended period of time. Getting you and your Poke&eacute;mon drunk off fermented Sitrus Berry juice would be hilarious.</p>

<h2>6. Luvdisc</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/370.png" alt="" />
<p>After lounging on the beach with your Shuckle-bar, you can take a swim with your significant other in the warm tropic waters to search for this love-fish. Not only is it not going to harm you, it's going to bring you ever-lasting love. Talk about a sweet deal, and an awesome aphrodisiac. No longer do you have to spring for the Spanish fly; just meet up with a Luvdisc and BAM, you're ready to go. Though this could come with the side effect of seeing a ton of old couples on the beach ditching their Viagra for some Luvdisc love...</p>

<h2>5. Sunkern</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/191.png" alt="" />
<p>Here we have a seed. A tiny little seed. That's only form of defense is to shake its leaves at attackers. What it thinks it's doing by shaking its leaves is baffling; it's almost like if a bear were attacking me and I decided to whip out my junk and shake it at it. Ultimately, the effort will be fruitless. About the only time that Sunkern is even moderately threatening is when it falls randomly out of the sky. From whence it is falling is unclear, but if it has built up enough momentum it could be damaging to your cranium.</p>

<h2>4. Klink</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/629.png" alt="" />
<p>Klink is not only never going to hurt you, unless you are massively weak to electrical shocks, it's also the solution to the world's energy crisis. It's a self-sustaining, reliable, electrical resource that takes orders! No longer would the world have to rely on coal or natural gas for electricity; all you would need is a plant of these suckers. What happens when they evolve into Klang and Klinklang? Well all you have to do is take the minigear from Klang and it dies, ensuring that humans would always have control over them. Klink is the complete opposite of dangerous, and it's lucrative!</p>

<h2>3. Magikarp / Feebas</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/129.png" alt="" /><img src="/download/sprites/bw/349.png" alt=""  />
<p>I'm sure everybody and their mother saw this one coming, and it should be obvious as to why. They're nothing but ordinary fish! There's hundreds of real animals that are far more dangerous than these stupid fish, like, I don't know, SHARKS. They're so stupid that they can't even naturally learn any dangerous moves, instead vying for the extraordinary ability to Tackle their foes to death, or heaven forbid, Splash and flop at the feet of their attackers. The only onus with these two is, you just can't mess with them in the fear that they could evolve suddenly into Gyarados or Milotic. But that usually only happens if you club them too much with your other death creatures. So, don't club them and everything should be alright!</p>

<h2>2. Togepi / Togetic</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/175.png" alt="" /><img src="/download/sprites/bw/176.png" alt=""  />
<p>With the rare <a href="http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/DP142">evil Togepi</a> aside, meeting up with a Togepi or Togetic would be one of the best things to ever happen in your life. How long the happiness lasts from meeting up with these creatures is unclear, but it very well could be a lifetime of pure euphoria and joy. Imagine a life where you never feel sadness or grief. You would be as happy as a Canadian at all times. Get shot in the leg? "LOL, good shot bro! I really need to watch my step! Sorry for wasting your time, eh!" Significant other cheats on you? "Well, there are plenty of other fish in the sea, right eh!" World War III happens? "Well, it was only a matter of time if you ask me."</p>
<p>Not to mention that having one of these bundles of joy nearby would be the cure for depression, and along with that significantly less suicides. Though, this could have an unintentional side effect of creating an army of happy-go-lucky suicide bombers ready and willing to die for their country... Yippeeeeee BOOOM!</p>

<h2>1. Chansey / Blissey / Audino</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/113.png" alt="" title="Chansey" />
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/242.png" alt="" title="Blissey" />
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/559.png" alt="" title="Audino" />
<p>These three are the only purely good Poke&eacute;mon in the world. While they are capable of shooting thunderbolts and flames out of their mouths like many of the other death creatures, they would never harm another creature without the orders of a mean Trainer. They get their high instead from helping and healing others. If you were to throw a rock at Audino, it would just shoot a Heal Pulse right back. You probably couldn't make them angry if you tried; it's like they have an unquenchable thirst of motherly care. It's unclear if they're capable of performing invasive surgery, but if they can, hospitals would never need to hire another doctor again. And these three would never need to be paid; they'd just be happy bringing care to their patients. Free health care at last!</p>
<div style="text-align: center;"><img src="/media/upload/smog/issue21/bottom10threateningmon.png" alt="" /></div>
 
#13
Here's my version!

Code:
<h1>Introduction</h1>
<body>
<p>Last issue, I explored the <a href="http://www.smogon.com/smog/issue20/dangerous_irl">top 10 most dangrous Pok&eacute;mon</a> if they were to exist in real life. The world would be squirming with things looking to kill you at all times of the day as I pointed out in that article. However, there would be a select few that would be on the lesser side of dangerous, and maybe even helpful. Theoretically, you could catch even the most dangerous of Pokémon, assuming technology advanced to the point to where that were possible, and use them for your own destructive purposes. However, there would be a few Pokémon left in the world that wouldn't cause you much harm should you encounter them on your travels. These are the Pokémon you'd <i>want</i> to meet one-on-one in a dark forest with nothing on your person but the clothes on your back.</p>
</body>
<h1>10. Farfetch'd</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/83.png"</img>
<body>
<p>Farfetch'd is probably the least dangerous bird that would exist if Pokémon were real. The reason for this is two-fold: they're endangered and therefore wouldn't want to come across you in the wild in the first place, and even if you came across one it wouldn't be able to do much to you besides smack you with its leek (or incessantly follow you signing <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wnE4vF9CQ4/">leekspin</a>, which come to think of it is probably the worst thing it could do to you). Though, that's not even that threatening since you can just punt it before if even got close enough to bash you. The best part? If you did come across a Farfetch'd in the wild, it's a free meal! They're supposedly quite a delicacy, which drove them to the brink of extinction in the first place. Getting caught eating a Farfetch'd or even messing with one could land you a cushy place in jail though, which is probably the greater threat here. Should you be lucky enough to try one though, let me know how it tastes. Bon app&eacute;tit!</p>
</body>
<h1>9. Azurill</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/298.png"</img>
<body>
<p>So here we got a flotation device with a face. Assuming its tail isn't made of rock or something, getting hit by the Thick Fat or Sap Sipper variants probably wouldn't hurt much. And should you need to ford a river, all you need to do is grab one of these mouse monikers and be on your way. You can even use it as a sentient bolas in order to catch some other kind of food source, like a tasty Sawsbuck. Of all of the things that would exist ready to kill you as soon as you reach any amount of water, seeing one of these barbells would be a sigh of relief. Unfortunately, it'd probably cry a lot, which if you've spent any time around a baby you'll know just how annoying that can get. Also beware of the Huge Power variants; I've seen some guys mistakenly mess with one of those and they are now paralyzed from the neck down.</p>
</body>
<h1>8. Ledyba</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/165.png"</img>
<body>
<p>Cutest Pok&eacute;mon. Hands down. Favoritism aside, Ledyba is the epitome of weak, monster-sized bugs you'll inevitably stumble across on your adventures. The most harmful thing this cutie could hope to do is maybe put you in a coma from d'awwwing too much. If it tried fighting you it would just look even cuter; can you imagine this thing getting angry and trying to punch you with its tiny arms? Adorable. The only downside to encountering a Ledyba is probably its stink. If you've spent any time in the northwoods in fall, you know what I'm talking about when I say that ladybugs are a fowl smelling species; I can only imagine one 100x the size of the average ladybug smells putrid.</p>
</body>
<h1>7. Shuckle</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/213.png"</img>
<body>
<p>So Shuckle is a bug, in a rock. Let's soak that in for a second. It's a worm... with a symbiotic relationship with a rock. That has a habit of changing Berries into Berry Juice. Cool. So it's a living, portable juice bar that's basically incapable of harming you. And they're typically located on beaches. All you need now is a beach towel and a parasol and you're set. It's also fun to think about if you let the Berry Juice ferment for an extended period of time. Getting you and your Pokémon drunk off fermented Sitrus Berry juice would be hilarious.</p>
</body>
<h1>6. Luvdisc</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/370.png"</img>
<body>
<p>After lounging on the beach with your Shuckle-bar, you can take a swim with your significant other in the warm tropic waters to search for this love-fish. Not only is it not going to harm you, it's going to bring you ever-lasting love. Talk about a sweet deal, and an awesome aphrodisiac. No longer do you have to spring for the Spanish fly; just meet up with a Luvdisc and BAM, you're ready to go. Though this could come with the side effect of seeing a ton of old couples on the beach ditching their Viagra for some Luvdisc love...</p>
</body>
<h1>5. Sunkern</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/191.png"</img>
<p>Here we have a seed. A tiny little seed. That's only form of defense is to shake its leaves at attackers. What it thinks it's doing by shaking its leaves is baffling; it's almost like if a bear were attacking me and I decided to whip out my junk and shake it at it. Ultimately, the effort will be fruitless. About the only time that Sunkern is even moderately threatening is when it falls randomly out of the sky. From whence it is falling is unclear, but if it has built up enough momentum it could be damaging to your cranium.</p>
</body>
<h1>4. Klink</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/629.png"</img>
<body>
<p>Klink is not only never going to hurt you, unless you are massively weak to electrical shocks, it's also the solution to the world's energy crisis. It's a self-sustaining, reliable, electrical resource that takes orders! No longer would the world have to rely on coal or natural gas for electricity; all you would need is a plant of these suckers. What happens when they evolve into Klang and Klinklang? Well all you have to do is take the minigear from Klang and it dies, ensuring that humans would always have control over them. Klink is the complete opposite of dangerous, and it's lucrative!</p>
</body>
<h1>3. Magikarp / Feebas</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/129.png"</img> <img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/349.png"</img>
<body>
<p>I'm sure everybody and their mother saw this one coming, and it should be obvious as to why. They're nothing but ordinary fish! There's hundreds of real animals that are far more dangerous than these stupid fish, like, I don't know, SHARKS. They're so stupid that they can't even naturally learn any dangerous moves, instead vying for the extraordinary ability to Tackle their foes to death, or heaven forbid, Splash and flop at the feet of their attackers. The only onus with these two is, you just can't mess with them in the fear that they <i>could</i> evolve suddenly into Gyarados or Milotic. But that usually only happens if you club them too much with your other death creatures. So, don't club them and everything should be alright!</p>
</body>
<h1>2. Togepi / Togetic</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/175.png"</img> <img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/176.png"</img>
<body>
<p>With the rare <a href="http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/DP142">evil Togepi</a> aside, meeting up with a Togepi or Togetic would be one of the best things to ever happen in your life. How long the happiness lasts from meeting up with these creatures is unclear, but it very well could be a lifetime of pure euphoria and joy. Imagine a life where you never feel sadness or grief. You would be as happy as a Canadian at all times. Get shot in the leg? "LOL, good shot bro! I really need to watch my step! Sorry for wasting your time, eh!" Significant other cheats on you? "Well, there are plenty of other fish in the sea, right eh!" World War III happens? "Well, it was only a matter of time if you ask me."</p>
<p>Not to mention that having one of these bundles of joy nearby would be the cure for depression, and along with that significantly less suicides. Though, this could have an unintentional side effect of creating an army of happy-go-lucky suicide bombers ready and willing to die for their country... Yippeeeeee BOOOM!</p>
</body>
<h1>1. Chansey / Blissey / Audino</h1>
<img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/113.png"</img> <img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/242.png"</img> <img src="http://www.smogon.com/download/sprites/bw/559.png"</img>
<body>
<p>These three are the only purely good Pokémon in the world. While they are capable of shooting thunderbolts and flames out of their mouths like many of the other death creatures, they would never harm another creature without the orders of a mean Trainer. They get their high instead from helping and healing others. If you were to throw a rock at Audino, it would just shoot a Heal Pulse right back. You probably couldn't make them angry if you tried; it's like they have an unquenchable thirst of motherly care. It's unclear if they're capable of performing invasive surgery, but if they can, hospitals would never need to hire another doctor again. And these three would never need to be paid; they'd just be happy bringing care to their patients. Free health care at last!</p>
</body>
<div style="text-align: center;"><img src="http://www.smogon.com/media/upload/smog/issue21/bottom10threateningmon.png"</img></div>
I noticed that I was able to use <h1></h1> for all of them, and all the headers looked the same size. Also, centering the picture at the end was confusing, but with Jellicent's "hint" it was much easier. ^^

EDIT: After looking at the Key they're all <h2></h2> .-.


Jellicent covered the image and body tags well, follow what he said :) good use of <div> tag to center the image. I'll explain why h2 tags are used instead of h1. Go to Oglemi's article and press ctrl+u. Scroll down and you'll see that h1 tags are used for the article title. The [title] tag in the SCMS will wrap the title with h1 tags etc so that's where h1 is already used. h1 tags should never be used for anything :) and use [noparse]
HTML:
[/noparse] instead of [noparse]
Code:
[/noparse] tags because the HTML tags will also color HTML elements~ :) another thing is the presentability of the HTML. Though it isn't a requirement, having a neat HTML is good as it makes editing and checking it easier, especially when edits need to be made on-site :p it's good practice to have spaces between <p> tags etc, wherever you deem fit. Oh one more since I spotted it last minute. DON'T USE <i> TAGS or <b> TAGS !_! It's spelt out in chaos's thread. Just use <em> and <strong> tags :)
HTML:
<h2>Introduction</h2>

<p>Last issue, I explored the <a  href="/smog/issue20/dangerous_irl">top 10 most dangerous  Pok&eacute;mon</a> if they were to exist in real life. The  world would be squirming with things looking to kill you at all times of  the day as I pointed out in that article. However, there would be a  select few that would be on the lesser side of dangerous, and maybe even  helpful. Theoretically, you could catch even the most dangerous of  Pokémon, assuming technology advanced to the point to where that were  possible, and use them for your own destructive purposes. However, there  would be a few Pokémon left in the world that wouldn't cause you much  harm should you encounter them on your travels. These are the Pokémon  you'd want to meet one-on-one in a dark forest with nothing on your  person but the clothes on your back.</p>

<h2>10. Farfetch'd</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/83.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>Farfetch'd is probably the least dangerous bird that would  exist if Pokémon were real. The reason for this is two-fold: they're  endangered and therefore wouldn't want to come across you in the wild in  the first place, and even if you came across one it wouldn't be able to  do much to you besides smack you with its leek (or incessantly follow  you signing <a  href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wnE4vF9CQ4">leekspin</a>,  which come to think of it is probably the worst thing it could do to  you). Though, that's not even that threatening since you can just punt  it before if even got close enough to bash you. The best part? If you  did come across a Farfetch'd in the wild, it's a free meal! They're  supposedly quite a delicacy, which drove them to the brink of extinction  in the first place. Getting caught eating a Farfetch'd or even messing  with one could land you a cushy place in jail though, which is probably  the greater threat here. Should you be lucky enough to try one though,  let me know how it tastes. Bon app&eacute;tit!</p>

<h29. >Azurill</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/298.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>So here we got a flotation device with a face. Assuming its  tail isn't made of rock or something, getting hit by the Thick Fat or  Sap Sipper variants probably wouldn't hurt much. And should you need to  ford a river, all you need to do is grab one of these mouse monikers and  be on your way. You can even use it as a sentient bolas in order to  catch some other kind of food source, like a tasty Sawsbuck. Of all of  the things that would exist ready to kill you as soon as you reach any  amount of water, seeing one of these barbells would be a sigh of relief.  Unfortunately, it'd probably cry a lot, which if you've spent any time  around a baby you'll know just how annoying that can get. Also beware of  the Huge Power variants; I've seen some guys mistakenly mess with one  of those and they are now paralyzed from the neck down.</p>

<h2>8. Ledyba</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/165.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>Cutest Pok&eacute;mon. Hands down. Favoritism aside, Ledyba  is the epitome of weak, monster-sized bugs you'll inevitably stumble  across on your adventures. The most harmful thing this cutie could hope  to do is maybe put you in a coma from d'awwwing too much. If it tried  fighting you it would just look even cuter; can you imagine this thing  getting angry and trying to punch you with its tiny arms? Adorable. The  only downside to encountering a Ledyba is probably its stink. If you've  spent any time in the northwoods in fall, you know what I'm talking  about when I say that ladybugs are a fowl smelling species; I can only  imagine one 100x the size of the average ladybug smells putrid.<p>

<h2>7. Shuckle</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/213.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>So Shuckle is a bug, in a rock. Let's soak that in for a  second. It's a worm... with a symbiotic relationship with a rock. That  has a habit of changing Berries into Berry Juice. Cool. So it's a  living, portable juice bar that's basically incapable of harming you.  And they're typically located on beaches. All you need now is a beach  towel and a parasol and you're set. It's also fun to think about if you  let the Berry Juice ferment for an extended period of time. Getting you  and your Pokémon drunk off fermented Sitrus Berry juice would be  hilarious.</p>

<h2>6. Luvdisc</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/370.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>After lounging on the beach with your Shuckle-bar, you can take  a swim with your significant other in the warm tropic waters to search  for this love-fish. Not only is it not going to harm you, it's going to  bring you ever-lasting love. Talk about a sweet deal, and an awesome  aphrodisiac. No longer do you have to spring for the Spanish fly; just  meet up with a Luvdisc and BAM, you're ready to go. Though this could  come with the side effect of seeing a ton of old couples on the beach  ditching their Viagra for some Luvdisc love...</p>

<h2>5. Sunkern</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/191.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>Here we have a seed. A tiny little seed. That's only form of  defense is to shake its leaves at attackers. What it thinks it's doing  by shaking its leaves is baffling; it's almost like if a bear were  attacking me and I decided to whip out my junk and shake it at it.  Ultimately, the effort will be fruitless. About the only time that  Sunkern is even moderately threatening is when it falls randomly out of  the sky. From whence it is falling is unclear, but if it has built up  enough momentum it could be damaging to your cranium.</p>

<h2>4. Klink</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/629.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>Klink is not only never going to hurt you, unless you are  massively weak to electrical shocks, it's also the solution to the  world's energy crisis. It's a self-sustaining, reliable, electrical  resource that takes orders! No longer would the world have to rely on  coal or natural gas for electricity; all you would need is a plant of  these suckers. What happens when they evolve into Klang and Klinklang?  Well all you have to do is take the minigear from Klang and it dies,  ensuring that humans would always have control over them. Klink is the  complete opposite of dangerous, and it's lucrative!</p>

<h2>3. Magikarp / Feebas</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/129.png" alt="pokemon" /> <img src="/download/sprites/bw/349.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>I'm sure everybody and their mother saw this one coming, and it  should be obvious as to why. They're nothing but ordinary fish! There's  hundreds of real animals that are far more dangerous than these stupid  fish, like, I don't know, SHARKS. They're so stupid that they can't even  naturally learn any dangerous moves, instead vying for the  extraordinary ability to Tackle their foes to death, or heaven forbid,  Splash and flop at the feet of their attackers. The only onus with these  two is, you just can't mess with them in the fear that they could  evolve suddenly into Gyarados or Milotic. But that usually only happens  if you club them too much with your other death creatures. So, don't  club them and everything should be alright!</p>

<h2>2. Togepi / Togetic</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/175.png" alt="pokemon" /> <img src="/download/sprites/bw/176.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>With the rare <a  href="http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/DP142">evil  Togepi</a> aside, meeting up with a Togepi or Togetic would be one  of the best things to ever happen in your life. How long the happiness  lasts from meeting up with these creatures is unclear, but it very well  could be a lifetime of pure euphoria and joy. Imagine a life where you  never feel sadness or grief. You would be as happy as a Canadian at all  times. Get shot in the leg? "LOL, good shot bro! I really need to watch  my step! Sorry for wasting your time, eh!" Significant other cheats on  you? "Well, there are plenty of other fish in the sea, right eh!" World  War III happens? "Well, it was only a matter of time if you ask  me."</p>

<p>Not to mention that having one of these bundles of joy nearby  would be the cure for depression, and along with that significantly less  suicides. Though, this could have an unintentional side effect of  creating an army of happy-go-lucky suicide bombers ready and willing to  die for their country... Yippeeeeee BOOOM!</p>

<h2>1. Chansey / Blissey / Audino</h2>

<img src="/download/sprites/bw/113.png" alt="pokemon" /><img  src="/download/sprites/bw/242.png" alt="pokemon" /><img  src="/download/sprites/bw/559.png" alt="pokemon" />

<p>These three are the only purely good Pokémon in the world.  While they are capable of shooting thunderbolts and flames out of their  mouths like many of the other death creatures, they would never harm  another creature without the orders of a mean Trainer. They get their  high instead from helping and healing others. If you were to throw a  rock at Audino, it would just shoot a Heal Pulse right back. You  probably couldn't make them angry if you tried; it's like they have an  unquenchable thirst of motherly care. It's unclear if they're capable of  performing invasive surgery, but if they can, hospitals would never  need to hire another doctor again. And these three would never need to  be paid; they'd just be happy bringing care to their patients. Free  health care at last!</p>

<div-style="text align: center;"><img  src="/media/upload/smog/issue21/bottom10threateningmon.png"  alt="yilxart"></div>
yea you missed <em> tags too. It isn't compulsory to fill up the alt="" . Also you missed the alt="" /> in your last image tag :O Good job overall~
Hm. Well, my future career *is* web designer, so why not?
I mean, all I've taken is three high school web design classes, but that's more than some people, and more than anyone in my school, so, again, why not?
Now, it has been awhile, so I was rusty as I was writing this.
HTML:
<h2>Introduction</h2>
<p>Last issue, I explored the <a href="/smog/issue20/dangerous_irl">top 10 most dangerous Pokémon</a> if they were to exist in real life. The world would be squirming with things looking to kill you at all times of the day as I pointed out in that article. However, there would be a select few that would be on the lesser side of dangerous, and maybe even helpful. Theoretically, you could catch even the most dangerous of Pokémon, assuming technology advanced to the point to where that were possible, and use them for your own destructive purposes. However, there would be a few Pokémon left in the world that wouldn't cause you much harm should you encounter them on your travels. These are the Pokémon you'd want to meet one-on-one in a dark forest with nothing on your person but the clothes on your back.</p>
<h2>10. Farfetch'd</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/83.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>Farfetch'd is probably the least dangerous bird that would exist if Pokémon were real. The reason for this is two-fold: they're endangered and therefore wouldn't want to come across you in the wild in the first place, and even if you came across one it wouldn't be able to do much to you besides smack you with its leek (or incessantly follow you signing <a html="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wnE4vF9CQ4">leekspin</a>, which come to think of it is probably the worst thing it could do to you). Though, that's not even that threatening since you can just punt it before if even got close enough to bash you. The best part? If you did come across a Farfetch'd in the wild, it's a free meal! They're supposedly quite a delicacy, which drove them to the brink of extinction in the first place. Getting caught eating a Farfetch'd or even messing with one could land you a cushy place in jail though, which is probably the greater threat here. Should you be lucky enough to try one though, let me know how it tastes. Bon appétit!</p>
<h2>9. Azurill</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/298.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>So here we got a flotation device with a face. Assuming its tail isn't made of rock or something, getting hit by the Thick Fat or Sap Sipper variants probably wouldn't hurt much. And should you need to ford a river, all you need to do is grab one of these mouse monikers and be on your way. You can even use it as a sentient bolas in order to catch some other kind of food source, like a tasty Sawsbuck. Of all of the things that would exist ready to kill you as soon as you reach any amount of water, seeing one of these barbells would be a sigh of relief. Unfortunately, it'd probably cry a lot, which if you've spent any time around a baby you'll know just how annoying that can get. Also beware of the Huge Power variants; I've seen some guys mistakenly mess with one of those and they are now paralyzed from the neck down.</p>
<h2>8. Ledyba</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/165.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>Cutest Pokémon. Hands down. Favoritism aside, Ledyba is the epitome of weak, monster-sized bugs you'll inevitably stumble across on your adventures. The most harmful thing this cutie could hope to do is maybe put you in a coma from d'awwwing too much. If it tried fighting you it would just look even cuter; can you imagine this thing getting angry and trying to punch you with its tiny arms? Adorable. The only downside to encountering a Ledyba is probably its stink. If you've spent any time in the northwoods in fall, you know what I'm talking about when I say that ladybugs are a fowl smelling species; I can only imagine one 100x the size of the average ladybug smells putrid.</p>
<h2>7. Shuckle</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/213.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>So Shuckle is a bug, in a rock. Let's soak that in for a second. It's a worm... with a symbiotic relationship with a rock. That has a habit of changing Berries into Berry Juice. Cool. So it's a living, portable juice bar that's basically incapable of harming you. And they're typically located on beaches. All you need now is a beach towel and a parasol and you're set. It's also fun to think about if you let the Berry Juice ferment for an extended period of time. Getting you and your Pokémon drunk off fermented Sitrus Berry juice would be hilarious.</p>
<h2>6. Luvdisc</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/370.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>After lounging on the beach with your Shuckle-bar, you can take a swim with your significant other in the warm tropic waters to search for this love-fish. Not only is it not going to harm you, it's going to bring you ever-lasting love. Talk about a sweet deal, and an awesome aphrodisiac. No longer do you have to spring for the Spanish fly; just meet up with a Luvdisc and BAM, you're ready to go. Though this could come with the side effect of seeing a ton of old couples on the beach ditching their Viagra for some Luvdisc love...</p>
<h2>5. Sunkern</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/191.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>Here we have a seed. A tiny little seed. That's only form of defense is to shake its leaves at attackers. What it thinks it's doing by shaking its leaves is baffling; it's almost like if a bear were attacking me and I decided to whip out my junk and shake it at it. Ultimately, the effort will be fruitless. About the only time that Sunkern is even moderately threatening is when it falls randomly out of the sky. From whence it is falling is unclear, but if it has built up enough momentum it could be damaging to your cranium.</p>
<h2>4. Klink</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/629.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>Klink is not only never going to hurt you, unless you are massively weak to electrical shocks, it's also the solution to the world's energy crisis. It's a self-sustaining, reliable, electrical resource that takes orders! No longer would the world have to rely on coal or natural gas for electricity; all you would need is a plant of these suckers. What happens when they evolve into Klang and Klinklang? Well all you have to do is take the minigear from Klang and it dies, ensuring that humans would always have control over them. Klink is the complete opposite of dangerous, and it's lucrative!</p>
<h2>3. Magikarp / Feebas</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/129.png" alt=""/><img src="/download/sprites/bw/349.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>I'm sure everybody and their mother saw this one coming, and it should be obvious as to why. They're nothing but ordinary fish! There's hundreds of real animals that are far more dangerous than these stupid fish, like, I don't know, SHARKS. They're so stupid that they can't even naturally learn any dangerous moves, instead vying for the extraordinary ability to Tackle their foes to death, or heaven forbid, Splash and flop at the feet of their attackers. The only onus with these two is, you just can't mess with them in the fear that they <span style="font-style:italic">could</span> evolve suddenly into Gyarados or Milotic. But that usually only happens if you club them too much with your other death creatures. So, don't club them and everything should be alright!</p>
<h2>2. Togepi / Togetic</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/175.png" alt=""/><img src="/download/sprites/bw/176.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>With the rare <a href="http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/DP142">evil Togepi</a> aside, meeting up with a Togepi or Togetic would be one of the best things to ever happen in your life. How long the happiness lasts from meeting up with these creatures is unclear, but it very well could be a lifetime of pure euphoria and joy. Imagine a life where you never feel sadness or grief. You would be as happy as a Canadian at all times. Get shot in the leg? "LOL, good shot bro! I really need to watch my step! Sorry for wasting your time, eh!" Significant other cheats on you? "Well, there are plenty of other fish in the sea, right eh!" World War III happens? "Well, it was only a matter of time if you ask me."
<br/><br/>Not to mention that having one of these bundles of joy nearby would be the cure for depression, and along with that significantly less suicides. Though, this could have an unintentional side effect of creating an army of happy-go-lucky suicide bombers ready and willing to die for their country... Yippeeeeee BOOOM!</p>
<h2>1. Chansey / Blissey / Audino</h2>
<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/113.png" alt=""/><img src="/download/sprites/bw/242.png" alt=""/><img src="download/sprites/bw/559.png" alt=""/></p>
<p>These three are the only purely good Pokémon in the world. While they are capable of shooting thunderbolts and flames out of their mouths like many of the other death creatures, they would never harm another creature without the orders of a mean Trainer. They get their high instead from helping and healing others. If you were to throw a rock at Audino, it would just shoot a Heal Pulse right back. You probably couldn't make them angry if you tried; it's like they have an unquenchable thirst of motherly care. It's unclear if they're capable of performing invasive surgery, but if they can, hospitals would never need to hire another doctor again. And these three would never need to be paid; they'd just be happy bringing care to their patients. Free health care at last!</p>
<p style="text-align:center"><img src="../../media/upload/smog/issue21/bottom10threateningmon.png"/><p>
Anyways, I've got HTML and CSS down fairly well, I think. I know *some* Javascript, but just amateur stuff.


this was pretty well done. However you missed the italics used in the Introduction :x also the italics in the Togepi paragraph, you can just use <em> tags :) image tags should be <img src="/download/sprites/bw/113.png" alt="" /> instead of <img src="/download/sprites/bw/113.png" alt=""/>. Space needed after alt="" . And there's no need to use <br /> tags in this case. <p> tags will do as they're another paragraph. One thing to note though, that it's <br /> instead of <br/>. <div> tags can be used instead of <p style="...">. You used <p> probably to add an addditional space between the image and the last paragraph I guess? Doesn't really matter haha. Not much problems overall :)

HTML:
<h2>Introduction</h2>
<p>Last issue, I explored the <a href="/smog/issue20/dangerous_irl">top 10 most dangerous Poke&eacute;mon</a> if they were to exist in real life. The world would be squirming with things looking to kill you at all times of the day as I pointed out in that article. However, there would be a select few that would be on the lesser side of dangerous, and maybe even helpful. Theoretically, you could catch even the most dangerous of Poke&eacute;mon, assuming technology advanced to the point to where that were possible, and use them for your own destructive purposes. However, there would be a few Poke&eacute;mon left in the world that wouldn't cause you much harm should you encounter them on your travels. These are the Poke&eacute;mon you'd want to meet one-on-one in a dark forest with nothing on your person but the clothes on your back.</p>

<h2>10. Farfetch'd</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/83.png" alt="" />
<p>Farfetch'd is probably the least dangerous bird that would exist if Poke&eacute;mon were real. The reason for this is two-fold: they're endangered and therefore wouldn't want to come across you in the wild in the first place, and even if you came across one it wouldn't be able to do much to you besides smack you with its leek (or incessantly follow you signing <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wnE4vF9CQ4">leekspin</a>, which come to think of it is probably the worst thing it could do to you). Though, that's not even that threatening since you can just punt it before if even got close enough to bash you. The best part? If you did come across a Farfetch'd in the wild, it's a free meal! They're supposedly quite a delicacy, which drove them to the brink of extinction in the first place. Getting caught eating a Farfetch'd or even messing with one could land you a cushy place in jail though, which is probably the greater threat here. Should you be lucky enough to try one though, let me know how it tastes. Bon app&eacute;tit!</p>

<h2>9. Azurill</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/298.png" alt="" />
<p>So here we got a flotation device with a face. Assuming its tail isn't made of rock or something, getting hit by the Thick Fat or Sap Sipper variants probably wouldn't hurt much. And should you need to ford a river, all you need to do is grab one of these mouse monikers and be on your way. You can even use it as a sentient bolas in order to catch some other kind of food source, like a tasty Sawsbuck. Of all of the things that would exist ready to kill you as soon as you reach any amount of water, seeing one of these barbells would be a sigh of relief. Unfortunately, it'd probably cry a lot, which if you've spent any time around a baby you'll know just how annoying that can get. Also beware of the Huge Power variants; I've seen some guys mistakenly mess with one of those and they are now paralyzed from the neck down.</p>

<h2>8. Ledyba</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/165.png" alt="" />
<p>Cutest Poke&eacute;mon. Hands down. Favoritism aside, Ledyba is the epitome of weak, monster-sized bugs you'll inevitably stumble across on your adventures. The most harmful thing this cutie could hope to do is maybe put you in a coma from d'awwwing too much. If it tried fighting you it would just look even cuter; can you imagine this thing getting angry and trying to punch you with its tiny arms? Adorable. The only downside to encountering a Ledyba is probably its stink. If you've spent any time in the northwoods in fall, you know what I'm talking about when I say that ladybugs are a fowl smelling species; I can only imagine one 100x the size of the average ladybug smells putrid.</p>

<h2>7. Shuckle</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/213.png" alt="" />
<p>So Shuckle is a bug, in a rock. Let's soak that in for a second. It's a worm... with a symbiotic relationship with a rock. That has a habit of changing Berries into Berry Juice. Cool. So it's a living, portable juice bar that's basically incapable of harming you. And they're typically located on beaches. All you need now is a beach towel and a parasol and you're set. It's also fun to think about if you let the Berry Juice ferment for an extended period of time. Getting you and your Poke&eacute;mon drunk off fermented Sitrus Berry juice would be hilarious.</p>

<h2>6. Luvdisc</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/370.png" alt="" />
<p>After lounging on the beach with your Shuckle-bar, you can take a swim with your significant other in the warm tropic waters to search for this love-fish. Not only is it not going to harm you, it's going to bring you ever-lasting love. Talk about a sweet deal, and an awesome aphrodisiac. No longer do you have to spring for the Spanish fly; just meet up with a Luvdisc and BAM, you're ready to go. Though this could come with the side effect of seeing a ton of old couples on the beach ditching their Viagra for some Luvdisc love...</p>

<h2>5. Sunkern</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/191.png" alt="" />
<p>Here we have a seed. A tiny little seed. That's only form of defense is to shake its leaves at attackers. What it thinks it's doing by shaking its leaves is baffling; it's almost like if a bear were attacking me and I decided to whip out my junk and shake it at it. Ultimately, the effort will be fruitless. About the only time that Sunkern is even moderately threatening is when it falls randomly out of the sky. From whence it is falling is unclear, but if it has built up enough momentum it could be damaging to your cranium.</p>

<h2>4. Klink</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/629.png" alt="" />
<p>Klink is not only never going to hurt you, unless you are massively weak to electrical shocks, it's also the solution to the world's energy crisis. It's a self-sustaining, reliable, electrical resource that takes orders! No longer would the world have to rely on coal or natural gas for electricity; all you would need is a plant of these suckers. What happens when they evolve into Klang and Klinklang? Well all you have to do is take the minigear from Klang and it dies, ensuring that humans would always have control over them. Klink is the complete opposite of dangerous, and it's lucrative!</p>

<h2>3. Magikarp / Feebas</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/129.png" alt="" /><img src="/download/sprites/bw/349.png" alt=""  />
<p>I'm sure everybody and their mother saw this one coming, and it should be obvious as to why. They're nothing but ordinary fish! There's hundreds of real animals that are far more dangerous than these stupid fish, like, I don't know, SHARKS. They're so stupid that they can't even naturally learn any dangerous moves, instead vying for the extraordinary ability to Tackle their foes to death, or heaven forbid, Splash and flop at the feet of their attackers. The only onus with these two is, you just can't mess with them in the fear that they could evolve suddenly into Gyarados or Milotic. But that usually only happens if you club them too much with your other death creatures. So, don't club them and everything should be alright!</p>

<h2>2. Togepi / Togetic</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/175.png" alt="" /><img src="/download/sprites/bw/176.png" alt=""  />
<p>With the rare <a href="http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/DP142">evil Togepi</a> aside, meeting up with a Togepi or Togetic would be one of the best things to ever happen in your life. How long the happiness lasts from meeting up with these creatures is unclear, but it very well could be a lifetime of pure euphoria and joy. Imagine a life where you never feel sadness or grief. You would be as happy as a Canadian at all times. Get shot in the leg? "LOL, good shot bro! I really need to watch my step! Sorry for wasting your time, eh!" Significant other cheats on you? "Well, there are plenty of other fish in the sea, right eh!" World War III happens? "Well, it was only a matter of time if you ask me."</p>
<p>Not to mention that having one of these bundles of joy nearby would be the cure for depression, and along with that significantly less suicides. Though, this could have an unintentional side effect of creating an army of happy-go-lucky suicide bombers ready and willing to die for their country... Yippeeeeee BOOOM!</p>

<h2>1. Chansey / Blissey / Audino</h2>
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/113.png" alt="" title="Chansey" />
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/242.png" alt="" title="Blissey" />
<img src="/download/sprites/bw/559.png" alt="" title="Audino" />
<p>These three are the only purely good Poke&eacute;mon in the world. While they are capable of shooting thunderbolts and flames out of their mouths like many of the other death creatures, they would never harm another creature without the orders of a mean Trainer. They get their high instead from helping and healing others. If you were to throw a rock at Audino, it would just shoot a Heal Pulse right back. You probably couldn't make them angry if you tried; it's like they have an unquenchable thirst of motherly care. It's unclear if they're capable of performing invasive surgery, but if they can, hospitals would never need to hire another doctor again. And these three would never need to be paid; they'd just be happy bringing care to their patients. Free health care at last!</p>
<div style="text-align: center;"><img src="/media/upload/smog/issue21/bottom10threateningmon.png" alt="" /></div>
You missed <em> tags as well too :O and don't put the image tags in new lines when they're on the same line :O title="" is not needed in this case. :p and yea spaces between <p> tags are good to have to :o you already have smog access so you should know what's the HTML standards~~ :p
Just a heads up. If Pokemon already has the accent in the article, you can leave it as Pokémon instead of Poke&eacute;mon :) good job everyone~ we'll see if Jellicent or Omicron has anything to add on :)
 
#14
this was pretty well done. However you missed the italics used in the Introduction :x also the italics in the Togepi paragraph, you can just use <em> tags :) image tags should be <img src="/download/sprites/bw/113.png" alt="" /> instead of <img src="/download/sprites/bw/113.png" alt=""/>. Space needed after alt="" . And there's no need to use <br /> tags in this case. <p> tags will do as they're another paragraph. One thing to note though, that it's <br /> instead of <br/>. <div> tags can be used instead of <p style="...">. You used <p> probably to add an addditional space between the image and the last paragraph I guess? Doesn't really matter haha. Not much problems overall :)
Ah, I didn't even see those italics in the beginning X)

I know I could use <em> or even <i> for italics, but from all I've read, eventually tags like those will be deprecated and they encourage people to style with CSS instead of HTML. So I've been using <span style=""> for styling inline words, because it doesn't send it to a new line like <p> and I use <div> for certain reasons personally. I use <div>'s for organization of layout construction for the most part.

Is the space after the alt="" really 100% necessary? I've never seen any rules about it, and it works. Then again, just because it works doesn't mean it's right, that's something I've learned somewhat the hard way. Same thing for the <br/> and <br />

Yeah, I think I did use the <p> for that extra space, the space was bigger than a single space from the looks of it.
 
#15
alrighty this is what i've got. i did the w3schools html tutorial up to where i needed to know about because i'm not creating a website.

Code:
<h2>Introduction</h2>

<p>Last issue, I explored the <a href="/smog/issue20/dangerous_irl">top 10 most dangerous Pok&eacute;mon if they were to exist in real life. The world would be squirming with things looking to kill you at all times of the day as I pointed out in that article. However, there would be a select few that would be on the lesser side of dangerous, and maybe even helpful. Theoretically, you could catch even the most dangerous of Pok&eacute;mon, assuming technology advanced to the point to where that were possible, and use them for your own destructive purposes. However, there would be a few Pok&eacute;mon left in the world that wouldn't cause you much harm should you encounter them on your travels. These are the Pok&eacute;mon you'd want to meet one-on-one in a dark forest with nothing on your person but the clothes on your back.</p>

<h2>10. Farfetch'd</h2>

<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/83.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>Farfetch'd is probably the least dangerous bird that would exist if Pok&eacute;mon were real. The reason for this is two-fold: they're endangered and therefore wouldn't want to come across you in the wild in the first place, and even if you came across one it wouldn't be able to do much to you besides smack you with its leek (or incessantly follow you signing leekspin, which come to think of it is probably the worst thing it could do to you). Though, that's not even that threatening since you can just punt it before if even got close enough to bash you. The best part? If you did come across a Farfetch'd in the wild, it's a free meal! They're supposedly quite a delicacy, which drove them to the brink of extinction in the first place. Getting caught eating a Farfetch'd or even messing with one could land you a cushy place in jail though, which is probably the greater threat here. Should you be lucky enough to try one though, let me know how it tastes. Bon app&eacute;tit!</p>

<h2>9. Azurill</h2>

<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/298.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>So here we got a flotation device with a face. Assuming its tail isn't made of rock or something, getting hit by the Thick Fat or Sap Sipper variants probably wouldn't hurt much. And should you need to ford a river, all you need to do is grab one of these mouse monikers and be on your way. You can even use it as a sentient bolas in order to catch some other kind of food source, like a tasty Sawsbuck. Of all of the things that would exist ready to kill you as soon as you reach any amount of water, seeing one of these barbells would be a sigh of relief. Unfortunately, it'd probably cry a lot, which if you've spent any time around a baby you'll know just how annoying that can get. Also beware of the Huge Power variants; I've seen some guys mistakenly mess with one of those and they are now paralyzed from the neck down.</p>

<h2>8. Ledyba</h2>

<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/165.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>Cutest Pok&eacute;mon. Hands down. Favoritism aside, Ledyba is the epitome of weak, monster-sized bugs you'll inevitably stumble across on your adventures. The most harmful thing this cutie could hope to do is maybe put you in a coma from d'awwwing too much. If it tried fighting you it would just look even cuter; can you imagine this thing getting angry and trying to punch you with its tiny arms? Adorable. The only downside to encountering a Ledyba is probably its stink. If you've spent any time in the northwoods in fall, you know what I'm talking about when I say that ladybugs are a fowl smelling species; I can only imagine one 100x the size of the average ladybug smells putrid.</p>

<h2>7. Shuckle</h2>

<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/213.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>So Shuckle is a bug, in a rock. Let's soak that in for a second. It's a worm... with a symbiotic relationship with a rock. That has a habit of changing Berries into Berry Juice. Cool. So it's a living, portable juice bar that's basically incapable of harming you. And they're typically located on beaches. All you need now is a beach towel and a parasol and you're set. It's also fun to think about if you let the Berry Juice ferment for an extended period of time. Getting you and your Pok&eacute;mon drunk off fermented Sitrus Berry juice would be hilarious.</p>

<h2>6. Luvdisc</h2>

<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/370.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>After lounging on the beach with your Shuckle-bar, you can take a swim with your significant other in the warm tropic waters to search for this love-fish. Not only is it not going to harm you, it's going to bring you ever-lasting love. Talk about a sweet deal, and an awesome aphrodisiac. No longer do you have to spring for the Spanish fly; just meet up with a Luvdisc and BAM, you're ready to go. Though this could come with the side effect of seeing a ton of old couples on the beach ditching their Viagra for some Luvdisc love...</p>

<h2>5. Sunkern</h2>

<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/191.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>Here we have a seed. A tiny little seed. That's only form of defense is to shake its leaves at attackers. What it thinks it's doing by shaking its leaves is baffling; it's almost like if a bear were attacking me and I decided to whip out my junk and shake it at it. Ultimately, the effort will be fruitless. About the only time that Sunkern is even moderately threatening is when it falls randomly out of the sky. From whence it is falling is unclear, but if it has built up enough momentum it could be damaging to your cranium.</p>

<h2>4. Klink</h2>

<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/629.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>Klink is not only never going to hurt you, unless you are massively weak to electrical shocks, it's also the solution to the world's energy crisis. It's a self-sustaining, reliable, electrical resource that takes orders! No longer would the world have to rely on coal or natural gas for electricity; all you would need is a plant of these suckers. What happens when they evolve into Klang and Klinklang? Well all you have to do is take the minigear from Klang and it dies, ensuring that humans would always have control over them. Klink is the complete opposite of dangerous, and it's lucrative!</p>

<h2>3. Magikarp / Feebas</h2>

<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/129.png" alt="" /><img src="/download/sprites/bw/349.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>I'm sure everybody and their mother saw this one coming, and it should be obvious as to why. They're nothing but ordinary fish! There's hundreds of real animals that are far more dangerous than these stupid fish, like, I don't know, SHARKS. They're so stupid that they can't even naturally learn any dangerous moves, instead vying for the extraordinary ability to Tackle their foes to death, or heaven forbid, Splash and flop at the feet of their attackers. The only onus with these two is, you just can't mess with them in the fear that they <i>could</i> evolve suddenly into Gyarados or Milotic. But that usually only happens if you club them too much with your other death creatures. So, don't club them and everything should be alright!</p>

<h2>2. Togepi / Togetic</h2>

<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/175.png" alt="" /><img src="/download/sprites/bw/176.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>With the rare <a href="bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/DP142">evil Togepi</a> aside, meeting up with a Togepi or Togetic would be one of the best things to ever happen in your life. How long the happiness lasts from meeting up with these creatures is unclear, but it very well could be a lifetime of pure euphoria and joy. Imagine a life where you never feel sadness or grief. You would be as happy as a Canadian at all times. Get shot in the leg? "LOL, good shot bro! I really need to watch my step! Sorry for wasting your time, eh!" Significant other cheats on you? "Well, there are plenty of other fish in the sea, right eh!" World War III happens? "Well, it was only a matter of time if you ask me."</p>

<p>Not to mention that having one of these bundles of joy nearby would be the cure for depression, and along with that significantly less suicides. Though, this could have an unintentional side effect of creating an army of happy-go-lucky suicide bombers ready and willing to die for their country... Yippeeeeee BOOOM!</p>

<h2>1. Chansey / Blissey / Audino</h2>

<p><img src="/download/sprites/bw/113.png" alt="" /><img src="/download/sprites/bw/242.png" alt="" /><img src="/download/sprites/bw/559.png" alt="" /></p>

<p>These three are the only purely good Pok&eacute;mon in the world. While they are capable of shooting thunderbolts and flames out of their mouths like many of the other death creatures, they would never harm another creature without the orders of a mean Trainer. They get their high instead from helping and healing others. If you were to throw a rock at Audino, it would just shoot a Heal Pulse right back. You probably couldn't make them angry if you tried; it's like they have an unquenchable thirst of motherly care. It's unclear if they're capable of performing invasive surgery, but if they can, hospitals would never need to hire another doctor again. And these three would never need to be paid; they'd just be happy bringing care to their patients. Free health care at last!</p>

<p><img src="/media/upload/smog/issue21/bottom10threateningmon.png alt="" align="center" /></p>


EDIT: now that i've looked at the key:

i used <i></i> instead of <em></em>. i don't think it matters though, i mean, they're the same thing.

i used for the image at the bottom:
<img src="/media/upload/smog/issue21/bottom10threateningmon.png alt="" align="center" /> instead of
<div-style="text align: center;"><img src="/media/upload/smog/issue21/bottom10threateningmon.png" alt="yilxart"></div>

remembering for the future

EDIT2: oh and when will the next article be ready?
 

Lemonade

betwixt the threads of fates untold
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#17
Jut a note I would use
HTML:
 [/ etc. not [code] for hiding HTML because it colors the tags and looks prettier :)

I think div sections are better in case you ever want to put center aligned text captions or whatever, so yeah. It's also easier to notice in the code since align="" at the end is easy to miss.
 

Jellicent

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#18
Alright, this time we'll take a look at "Trivia" by Zystral from Issue 21 of the Smog. You can expect <p>, <a>, and <img> tags to make a comeback, but we'll also be checking out a few new ones this time. Lists, paragraph breaks, and strong text will all be utilized. Once again, you won't need to do do the Smog header and footer stuff. Just focus on the text from "Hello again Smogonites!" to "Good luck, one and all!"

HTML:
<p>Hello again Smogonites! Did you miss me? No? Oh, I see...</p>

<p>Well, never mind that! I would like to thank Seven Deadly Sins again for jumping in and filling for me while I was away. Well, I did say I was going to have a shot at answering your questions. So I sat down with my big PokePedia and spent a good hour reading to find out everything I needed. I'm fairly sure I have the right answers here.</p>

<ol>
<li><strong>What is the minimum EXP gain from a freshly hatched Pokémon in order for that Pokémon to evolve purely by level up (not including Pokémon that evolve via "Level Up while/during/having learned X" such as Riolu)?</strong><br />
I'm assuming this means "evolve using ONLY exp and no outside conditions", because Level 2 Probopass sounds fun. Otherwise it would be the Weedle/Wurmple/Caterpie family, who evolve all at Level 7 and have a Med-F experience curve. Med-F Experience at any level requires minimum of that level cubed exp. points. Therefore, 7^3 = 343 EXP points total.</li>
<li><strong>How many Pokémon gained an immunity in the transition from Gen 4 to Gen 5?</strong><br />
Counting abilities (changes and new), along with Rotom-S, you get 27. Rotom-S being the only one to benefit from a type-change, that is. Most of them are also as a result of ability upgrades (Lightningrod and Storm Drain) than anything.</li>
<li><strong>Steel-types are most likely found in what Egg group?</strong><br />
Mineral. There are 9 Mineral Egg group Steel-types, followed closely by 5 Undiscovered, then 4 Bug tied with 4 Human-likes.</li>
<li><strong>What are the names of all the known Flutes in the Pokémon world?</strong><br />
Poké Flute, Azure Flute, Time Flute, Black/Blue/Red/White/Yellow Flute.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the damage-dealing moves that will never faint the opposing Pokémon.</strong><br />
False Swipe, Super Fang, and Endeavor cannot faint the opponent.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves that received a power increase of 20 BP or greater in the transition from Gen IV to Gen V.</strong><br />
Covet, Doom Desire, Fire Spin, Future Sight, Hi Jump Kick, Petal Dance, Sand Tomb, Thrash, Uproar, and Whirlpool.</li>
<li><strong>Including gender differences, alternate formes, shiny palettes, and all the possible Spinda spot combinations, how many sprites are programmed in total for all 649 Pokémon?</strong><br />
3 different Poses. 4,294,967,296 variations per Spinda; that is, 2^32 as Spinda are generated off the game's SIDs, which in turn are generated off 32-bit codes. Therefore across the three generations (RSEFRLG all had the same frontal pose, counting Emerald's animation as the same single pose), 12,884,901,888. Double that for shiny, 25,769,803,776 different Spinda. Of course, that's only from the front. The back has no design, so you have to add 6 back sprites making it a total of 25,769,803,782.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the new abilities introduced in Gen V.</strong><br />
Analytic, Big Pecks, Contrary, Cursed Body, Defeatist, Flare Boost, Friend Guard, Harvest, Healer, Heavy Metal, Illusion, Imposter, Infiltrator, Iron Barbs, Justified, Light Metal, Magic Bounce, Moody, Moxie, Multiscale, Mummy, Overcoat, Pickpocket, Poison Touch, Prankster, Rattled, Regenerator, Sand Force, Sand Rush, Sap Sipper, Sheer Force, Telepathy, Teravolt, Toxic Boost, Turboblaze, Unnerve, Victory Star, Weak Armor, Wonder Skin, Zen Mode</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves with the word 'dance' in their names.</strong><br />
Dragon Dance, FeatherDance, Fiery Dance, Lunar Dance, Petal Dance, Quiver Dance, Rain Dance, Swords Dance, and Teeter Dance.</li>
<li><strong>List all the items (including so-called "key items") only found in the game Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness.</strong><br />
I'm just going to throw <a href="http://goo.gl/OVkxR">this link</a> out there.</li>
</ol>

<div class="float-right"><img src="/media/smog/16/trivia_porygon.png" width="251" height="350" alt="" /></div>

<p>Of course, a few plucky users even went as far as attempting these questions, to which I commend! <a href="/forums/member.php?u=105318">dcuajunco</a> pulled off an impressive 9/10 points, losing it only on the Spinda question. Indeed, your dedication has been rewarded; just ask the resident trol&mdash; I mean... <em>admin</em> for your custom title!</p>

<p>Well, settling back into the rhythm, I think it's high time I gave you guys some questions. Don't worry, I'm as rusty as you guys are, so we'll take it easy for this issue. This doesn't give you an excuse to <a href="/bw/moves/slack_off">Slack Off</a>, though!</p>

<ol><li>In the water of Route 21 in Kanto of Generation IV, only two Pokemon have an encounter rate of less than 5%. What are they?</li>
<li>Of Arcanine's Generation V learnset, how many moves have at least 90 Base Power?</li>
<li>In the TCG Expansion Set, <em>Gym Heroes</em>, which Pokemon, if any, are featured as belonging to Trainers that never owned them in the video games, anime, or manga?</li>
<li>In which spin-off game(s) does Darkrai play a major role?</li>
<li>Name two Pokemon that lose Speed upon evolution.</li>
<li>What is the highest level Pokemon that you can naturally face in the wild?</li>
<li>How many abilities have no relevance in battle? Name them.</li>
<li>Name all moves that have been TMs for at least two generations, but have since been replaced/removed.</li>
<li>I'm in Goldenrod City in Generation IV. I've just bought myself two cans of Lemonade, three Ultra Balls, ten Revives, five Max Potions, and one TM38 Fire Blast. How much have I spent?</li>
<li>Which Pokemon has the largest density value?</li></ol>

<p>As always, submit your answers to <a href="/forums/member.php?u=32443">The Smog</a>, titled "Issue 21 Trivia"! Good luck, one and all!</p>
 
#19
I did it I did, I had some trouble aligning the image on the bottom but eventually found what I needed to do on w3.

Code:
<p>Hello again Smogonites! Did you miss me? No? Oh, I see...</p>

<p>Well, never mind that! I would like to thank Seven Deadly Sins again for jumping in and filling for me while I was away. Well, I did say I was going to have a shot at answering your questions. So I sat down with my big PokePedia and spent a good hour reading to find out everything I needed. I'm fairly sure I have the right answers here.</p>

<ol>
<li><strong>What is the minimum EXP gain from a freshly hatched Pokémon in order for that Pokémon to evolve purely by level up (not including Pokémon that evolve via "Level Up while/during/having learned X" such as Riolu)?</strong>
<br />
I'm assuming this means "evolve using ONLY exp and no outside conditions", because Level 2 Probopass sounds fun. Otherwise it would be the Weedle/Wurmple/Caterpie family, who evolve all at Level 7 and have a Med-F experience curve. Med-F Experience at any level requires minimum of that level cubed exp. points. Therefore, 7^3 = 343 EXP points total.</li>
<li><strong>How many Pokémon gained an immunity in the transition from Gen 4 to Gen 5?</strong>
<br />
Counting abilities (changes and new), along with Rotom-S, you get 27. Rotom-S being the only one to benefit from a type-change, that is. Most of them are also as a result of ability upgrades (Lightningrod and Storm Drain) than anything.</li>
<li><strong>Steel-types are most likely found in what Egg group?</strong>
<br />
Mineral. There are 9 Mineral Egg group Steel-types, followed closely by 5 Undiscovered, then 4 Bug tied with 4 Human-likes.</li>
<li><strong>What are the names of all the known Flutes in the Pokémon world?</strong>
<br />
Poké Flute, Azure Flute, Time Flute, Black/Blue/Red/White/Yellow Flute.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the damage-dealing moves that will never faint the opposing Pokémon.</strong>
<br />
False Swipe, Super Fang, and Endeavor cannot faint the opponent.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves that received a power increase of 20 BP or greater in the transition from Gen IV to Gen V.</strong>
<br />
Covet, Doom Desire, Fire Spin, Future Sight, Hi Jump Kick, Petal Dance, Sand Tomb, Thrash, Uproar, and Whirlpool.</li>
<li><strong>Including gender differences, alternate formes, shiny palettes, and all the possible Spinda spot combinations, how many sprites are programmed in total for all 649 Pokémon?</strong>
<br />
3 different Poses. 4,294,967,296 variations per Spinda; that is, 2^32 as Spinda are generated off the game's SIDs, which in turn are generated off 32-bit codes. Therefore across the three generations (RSEFRLG all had the same frontal pose, counting Emerald's animation as the same single pose), 12,884,901,888. Double that for shiny, 25,769,803,776 different Spinda. Of course, that's only from the front. The back has no design, so you have to add 6 back sprites making it a total of 25,769,803,782.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the new abilities introduced in Gen V.</strong>
<br />
Analytic, Big Pecks, Contrary, Cursed Body, Defeatist, Flare Boost, Friend Guard, Harvest, Healer, Heavy Metal, Illusion, Imposter, Infiltrator, Iron Barbs, Justified, Light Metal, Magic Bounce, Moody, Moxie, Multiscale, Mummy, Overcoat, Pickpocket, Poison Touch, Prankster, Rattled, Regenerator, Sand Force, Sand Rush, Sap Sipper, Sheer Force, Telepathy, Teravolt, Toxic Boost, Turboblaze, Unnerve, Victory Star, Weak Armor, Wonder Skin, Zen Mode</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves with the word 'dance' in their names.</strong>
<br />
Dragon Dance, FeatherDance, Fiery Dance, Lunar Dance, Petal Dance, Quiver Dance, Rain Dance, Swords Dance, and Teeter Dance.</li>
<li><strong>List all the items (including so-called "key items") only found in the game Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness.</strong>
<br />
I'm just going to throw <a href="http://goo.gl/OVkxR">this link</a> out there.</li>
</ol>

<p><div class="float-right"><img src="http://smogon.com/media/smog/16/trivia_porygon.png" alt="" /></div>Of course, a few plucky users even went as far as attempting these questions, to which I commend! <a href="/forums/member.php?u=105318">dcuajunco</a> pulled off an impressive 9/10 points, losing it only on the Spinda question. Indeed, your dedication has been rewarded; just ask the resident trol— I mean... <em>admin</em> for your custom title!</p>

<p>Well, settling back into the rhythm, I think it's high time I gave you guys some questions. Don't worry, I'm as rusty as you guys are, so we'll take it easy for this issue. This doesn't give you an excuse to <a href="/bw/moves/slack_off">Slack Off</a>, though!</p>

<ol>
<li>In the water of Route 21 in Kanto of Generation IV, only two Pokemon have an encounter rate of less than 5%. What are they?</li>
<li>Of Arcanine's Generation V learnset, how many moves have at least 90 Base Power?</li>
<li>In the TCG Expansion Set, <em>Gym Heroes</em>, which Pokemon, if any, are featured as belonging to Trainers that never owned them in the video games, anime, or manga?</li>
<li>In which spin-off game(s) does Darkrai play a major role?</li>
<li>Name two Pokemon that lose Speed upon evolution.</li>
<li>What is the highest level Pokemon that you can naturally face in the wild?</li>
<li>How many abilities have no relevance in battle? Name them.</li>
<li>Name all moves that have been TMs for at least two generations, but have since been replaced/removed.</li>
<li>I'm in Goldenrod City in Generation IV. I've just bought myself two cans of Lemonade, three Ultra Balls, ten Revives, five Max Potions, and one TM38 Fire Blast. How much have I spent?</li>
<li>Which Pokemon has the largest density value?</li>
</ol>

<p>As always, submit your answers to <a href="/forums/member.php?u=32443">The Smog</a>, titled "Issue 21 Trivia"! Good luck, one and all!</p>


EDIT: after looking at answer key argh I was so close gdi... I had the div tags right but I tried to paragraph align it and didn't have the pixel height/width. btw how would I go about finding those?
 
#20
I'm kind of rusty with HTML, but I'll give it a try.

HTML:
<html>
<head><title>Trivia - Smogon Community</title></head>
<body>
<p>Hello again Smogonites! Did you miss me? No? Oh, I see...</p>

<p>Well, never mind that! I would like to thank Seven Deadly Sins again for jumping in and filling for me while I was away. Well, I did say I was going to have a shot at answering your questions. So I sat down with my big PokePedia and spent a good hour reading to find out everything I needed. I'm fairly sure I have the right answers here.</p>

<ol>
<li><strong>What is the minimum EXP gain from a freshly hatched Pokémon in order for that Pokémon to evolve purely by level up (not including Pokémon that evolve via "Level Up while/during/having learned X" such as Riolu)?</strong><br />
I'm assuming this means "evolve using ONLY exp and no outside conditions", because Level 2 Probopass sounds fun. Otherwise it would be the Weedle/Wurmple/Caterpie family, who evolve all at Level 7 and have a Med-F experience curve. Med-F Experience at any level requires minimum of that level cubed exp. points. Therefore, 7^3 = 343 EXP points total.</li>
<li><strong>How many Pokémon gained an immunity in the transition from Gen 4 to Gen 5?</strong><br />
Counting abilities (changes and new), along with Rotom-S, you get 27. Rotom-S being the only one to benefit from a type-change, that is. Most of them are also as a result of ability upgrades (Lightningrod and Storm Drain) than anything.</li>
<li><strong>Steel-types are most likely found in what Egg group?</strong><br />
Mineral. There are 9 Mineral Egg group Steel-types, followed closely by 5 Undiscovered, then 4 Bug tied with 4 Human-likes.</li>
<li><strong>What are the names of all the known Flutes in the Pokémon world?</strong><br />
Poké Flute, Azure Flute, Time Flute, Black/Blue/Red/White/Yellow Flute.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the damage-dealing moves that will never faint the opposing Pokémon.</strong><br />
False Swipe, Super Fang, and Endeavor cannot faint the opponent.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves that received a power increase of 20 BP or greater in the transition from Gen IV to Gen V.</strong><br />
Covet, Doom Desire, Fire Spin, Future Sight, Hi Jump Kick, Petal Dance, Sand Tomb, Thrash, Uproar, and Whirlpool.</li>
<li><strong>Including gender differences, alternate formes, shiny palettes, and all the possible Spinda spot combinations, how many sprites are programmed in total for all 649 Pokémon?</strong><br />
3 different Poses. 4,294,967,296 variations per Spinda; that is, 2^32 as Spinda are generated off the game's SIDs, which in turn are generated off 32-bit codes. Therefore across the three generations (RSEFRLG all had the same frontal pose, counting Emerald's animation as the same single pose), 12,884,901,888. Double that for shiny, 25,769,803,776 different Spinda. Of course, that's only from the front. The back has no design, so you have to add 6 back sprites making it a total of 25,769,803,782.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the new abilities introduced in Gen V.</strong><br />
Analytic, Big Pecks, Contrary, Cursed Body, Defeatist, Flare Boost, Friend Guard, Harvest, Healer, Heavy Metal, Illusion, Imposter, Infiltrator, Iron Barbs, Justified, Light Metal, Magic Bounce, Moody, Moxie, Multiscale, Mummy, Overcoat, Pickpocket, Poison Touch, Prankster, Rattled, Regenerator, Sand Force, Sand Rush, Sap Sipper, Sheer Force, Telepathy, Teravolt, Toxic Boost, Turboblaze, Unnerve, Victory Star, Weak Armor, Wonder Skin, Zen Mode</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves with the word 'dance' in their names.</strong><br />
Dragon Dance, FeatherDance, Fiery Dance, Lunar Dance, Petal Dance, Quiver Dance, Rain Dance, Swords Dance, and Teeter Dance.</li>
<li><strong>List all the items (including so-called "key items") only found in the game Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness.</strong><br />
I'm just going to throw <a href="http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/List_of_key_items_in_Pok%C3%A9mon_XD:_Gale_of_Darkness">this link</a> out there.</li>
</ol>
<div style="float:right"><img src="/media/smog/16/trivia_porygon.png" alt="Professor Porygon-Z holds a Rubik's Cube"></div>

<p>Of course, a few plucky users even went as far as attempting these questions, to which I commend! <a href="/forums/member.php?u=105318">dcuajunco</a> pulled off an impressive 9/10 points, losing it only on the Spinda question. Indeed, your dedication has been rewarded; just ask the resident trol— I mean... admin for your custom title!</p>

<p>Well, settling back into the rhythm, I think it's high time I gave you guys some questions. Don't worry, I'm as rusty as you guys are, so we'll take it easy for this issue. This doesn't give you an excuse to <a href="/bw/moves/slack_off">Slack Off</a>, though!</p>

<ol>
<li>In the water of Route 21 in Kanto of Generation IV, only two Pokemon have an encounter rate of less than 5%. What are they?</li>
<li>Of Arcanine's Generation V learnset, how many moves have at least 90 Base Power?</li>
<li>In the TCG Expansion Set, <em>Gym Heroes</em>, which Pokemon, if any, are featured as belonging to Trainers that never owned them in the video games, anime, or manga?</li>
<li>In which spin-off game(s) does Darkrai play a major role?</li>
<li>Name two Pokemon that lose Speed upon evolution.</li>
<li>What is the highest level Pokemon that you can naturally face in the wild?</li>
<li>How many abilities have no relevance in battle? Name them.</li>
<li>Name all moves that have been TMs for at least two generations, but have since been replaced/removed.</li>
<li>I'm in Goldenrod City in Generation IV. I've just bought myself two cans of Lemonade, three Ultra Balls, ten Revives, five Max Potions, and one TM38 Fire Blast. How much have I spent?</li>
<li>Which Pokemon has the largest density value?</li>
</ol>

<p>As always, submit your answers to <a href="/forums/member.php?u=32443">The Smog</a>, titled "Issue 21 Trivia"! Good luck, one and all!</p>
</body>
</html>
Dunno if there's any real reason to label the alt tags, but I usually do.
 
#21
Code:
<p>Hello again Smogonites! Did you miss me? No? Oh, I see...</p>

<p>Well, never mind that! I would like to thank Seven Deadly Sins again for jumping in and filling for me while I was away. Well, I did say I was going to have a shot at answering your questions. So I sat down with my big PokePedia and spent a good hour reading to find out everything I needed. I'm fairly sure I have the right answers here.</p>
<ol>
<li><strong>What is the minimum EXP gain from a freshly hatched Pokémon in order for that Pokémon to evolve purely by level up (not including Pokémon that evolve via "Level Up while/during/having learned X" such as Riolu)?</strong><br />
I'm assuming this means "evolve using ONLY exp and no outside conditions", because Level 2 Probopass sounds fun. Otherwise it would be the Weedle/Wurmple/Caterpie family, who evolve all at Level 7 and have a Med-F experience curve. Med-F Experience at any level requires minimum of that level cubed exp. points. Therefore, 7^3 = 343 EXP points total.</li>
<li><strong>How many Pokémon gained an immunity in the transition from Gen 4 to Gen 5?</strong><br />
Counting abilities (changes and new), along with Rotom-S, you get 27. Rotom-S being the only one to benefit from a type-change, that is. Most of them are also as a result of ability upgrades (Lightningrod and Storm Drain) than anything.</li>
<li><strong>Steel-types are most likely found in what Egg group?</strong><br />
Mineral. There are 9 Mineral Egg group Steel-types, followed closely by 5 Undiscovered, then 4 Bug tied with 4 Human-likes.</li>
<li><strong>What are the names of all the known Flutes in the Pokémon world?</strong><br />
Poké Flute, Azure Flute, Time Flute, Black/Blue/Red/White/Yellow Flute.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the damage-dealing moves that will never faint the opposing Pokémon.</strong><br />
False Swipe, Super Fang, and Endeavor cannot faint the opponent.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves that received a power increase of 20 BP or greater in the transition from Gen IV to Gen V.</strong><br />
ovet, Doom Desire, Fire Spin, Future Sight, Hi Jump Kick, Petal Dance, Sand Tomb, Thrash, Uproar, and Whirlpool.</li>
<li><strong>Including gender differences, alternate formes, shiny palettes, and all the possible Spinda spot combinations, how many sprites are programmed in total for all 649 Pokémon?</strong>< br/>
3 different Poses. 4,294,967,296 variations per Spinda; that is, 2^32 as Spinda are generated off the game's SIDs, which in turn are generated off 32-bit codes. Therefore across the three generations (RSEFRLG all had the same frontal pose, counting Emerald's animation as the same single pose), 12,884,901,888. Double that for shiny, 25,769,803,776 different Spinda. Of course, that's only from the front. The back has no design, so you have to add 6 back sprites making it a total of 25,769,803,782.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the new abilities introduced in Gen V.</strong><br />
Analytic, Big Pecks, Contrary, Cursed Body, Defeatist, Flare Boost, Friend Guard, Harvest, Healer, Heavy Metal, Illusion, Imposter, Infiltrator, Iron Barbs, Justified, Light Metal, Magic Bounce, Moody, Moxie, Multiscale, Mummy, Overcoat, Pickpocket, Poison Touch, Prankster, Rattled, Regenerator, Sand Force, Sand Rush, Sap Sipper, Sheer Force, Telepathy, Teravolt, Toxic Boost, Turboblaze, Unnerve, Victory Star, Weak Armor, Wonder Skin, Zen Mode</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves with the word 'dance' in their names.</strong><br />
Dragon Dance, FeatherDance, Fiery Dance, Lunar Dance, Petal Dance, Quiver Dance, Rain Dance, Swords Dance, and Teeter Dance.</li>
<li><strong>List all the items (including so-called "key items") only found in the game Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness.</strong><br />
I'm just going to throw <a href="http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/List_of_key_items_in_Pok%C3%A9mon_XD:_Gale_of_Darkness">this link</a> out there.</li></ol>

<div class="float:right"><img src="/media/smog/16/trivia_porygon.png" width="251" height="350"/></div>

<p>Of course, a few plucky users even went as far as attempting these questions, to which I commend! <a href="/forums/member.php?u=105318">dcuajunco</a> pulled off an impressive 9/10 points, losing it only on the Spinda question. Indeed, your dedication has been rewarded; just ask the resident trol— I mean... admin for your custom title!</p>

<p>Well, settling back into the rhythm, I think it's high time I gave you guys some questions. Don't worry, I'm as rusty as you guys are, so we'll take it easy for this issue. This doesn't give you an excuse to <a href="/bw/moves/slack_off">Slack Off</a>, though!</p>

<ol><li>In the water of Route 21 in Kanto of Generation IV, only two Pokemon have an encounter rate of less than 5%. What are they?</li>
<li>Of Arcanine's Generation V learnset, how many moves have at least 90 Base Power?</li>
<li>In the TCG Expansion Set, <em>Gym Heroes</em>, which Pokemon, if any, are featured as belonging to Trainers that never owned them in the video games, anime, or manga?</li>
<li>In which spin-off game(s) does Darkrai play a major role?</li>
<li>Name two Pokemon that lose Speed upon evolution.</li>
<li>What is the highest level Pokemon that you can naturally face in the wild?</li>
<li>How many abilities have no relevance in battle? Name them.</li>
<li>Name all moves that have been TMs for at least two generations, but have since been replaced/removed.</li>
<li>I'm in Goldenrod City in Generation IV. I've just bought myself two cans of Lemonade, three Ultra Balls, ten Revives, five Max Potions, and one TM38 Fire Blast. How much have I spent?</li>
<li>Which Pokemon has the largest density value?</li></ol>

<p>As always, submit your answers to <a href="/forums/member.php?u=32443">The Smog</a>, titled "Issue 21 Trivia"! Good luck, one and all!</p>

I only started learning HTML a few days ago, and this is my first time trying to apply it. I want to help out with the site one day, but hopefully this can help me learn a bit first :)
 
#23
Ah, I didn't even see those italics in the beginning X)

I know I could use <em> or even <i> for italics, but from all I've read, eventually tags like those will be deprecated and they encourage people to style with CSS instead of HTML. So I've been using <span style=""> for styling inline words, because it doesn't send it to a new line like <p> and I use <div> for certain reasons personally. I use <div>'s for organization of layout construction for the most part.

Is the space after the alt="" really 100% necessary? I've never seen any rules about it, and it works. Then again, just because it works doesn't mean it's right, that's something I've learned somewhat the hard way. Same thing for the <br/> and <br />

I just checked. The space isn't necessary but it's always good to have standardization :) same thing for <br /> Standardization is helpful when you're trying to replace all the tags with find+replace or something etc, so if possible just follow the standardized one ^_^

Yeah, I think I did use the <p> for that extra space, the space was bigger than a single space from the looks of it.
I did it I did, I had some trouble aligning the image on the bottom but eventually found what I needed to do on w3.

Code:
<p>Hello again Smogonites! Did you miss me? No? Oh, I see...</p>

<p>Well, never mind that! I would like to thank Seven Deadly Sins again for jumping in and filling for me while I was away. Well, I did say I was going to have a shot at answering your questions. So I sat down with my big PokePedia and spent a good hour reading to find out everything I needed. I'm fairly sure I have the right answers here.</p>

<ol>
<li><strong>What is the minimum EXP gain from a freshly hatched Pokémon in order for that Pokémon to evolve purely by level up (not including Pokémon that evolve via "Level Up while/during/having learned X" such as Riolu)?</strong>
<br />
I'm assuming this means "evolve using ONLY exp and no outside conditions", because Level 2 Probopass sounds fun. Otherwise it would be the Weedle/Wurmple/Caterpie family, who evolve all at Level 7 and have a Med-F experience curve. Med-F Experience at any level requires minimum of that level cubed exp. points. Therefore, 7^3 = 343 EXP points total.</li>
<li><strong>How many Pokémon gained an immunity in the transition from Gen 4 to Gen 5?</strong>
<br />
Counting abilities (changes and new), along with Rotom-S, you get 27. Rotom-S being the only one to benefit from a type-change, that is. Most of them are also as a result of ability upgrades (Lightningrod and Storm Drain) than anything.</li>
<li><strong>Steel-types are most likely found in what Egg group?</strong>
<br />
Mineral. There are 9 Mineral Egg group Steel-types, followed closely by 5 Undiscovered, then 4 Bug tied with 4 Human-likes.</li>
<li><strong>What are the names of all the known Flutes in the Pokémon world?</strong>
<br />
Poké Flute, Azure Flute, Time Flute, Black/Blue/Red/White/Yellow Flute.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the damage-dealing moves that will never faint the opposing Pokémon.</strong>
<br />
False Swipe, Super Fang, and Endeavor cannot faint the opponent.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves that received a power increase of 20 BP or greater in the transition from Gen IV to Gen V.</strong>
<br />
Covet, Doom Desire, Fire Spin, Future Sight, Hi Jump Kick, Petal Dance, Sand Tomb, Thrash, Uproar, and Whirlpool.</li>
<li><strong>Including gender differences, alternate formes, shiny palettes, and all the possible Spinda spot combinations, how many sprites are programmed in total for all 649 Pokémon?</strong>
<br />
3 different Poses. 4,294,967,296 variations per Spinda; that is, 2^32 as Spinda are generated off the game's SIDs, which in turn are generated off 32-bit codes. Therefore across the three generations (RSEFRLG all had the same frontal pose, counting Emerald's animation as the same single pose), 12,884,901,888. Double that for shiny, 25,769,803,776 different Spinda. Of course, that's only from the front. The back has no design, so you have to add 6 back sprites making it a total of 25,769,803,782.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the new abilities introduced in Gen V.</strong>
<br />
Analytic, Big Pecks, Contrary, Cursed Body, Defeatist, Flare Boost, Friend Guard, Harvest, Healer, Heavy Metal, Illusion, Imposter, Infiltrator, Iron Barbs, Justified, Light Metal, Magic Bounce, Moody, Moxie, Multiscale, Mummy, Overcoat, Pickpocket, Poison Touch, Prankster, Rattled, Regenerator, Sand Force, Sand Rush, Sap Sipper, Sheer Force, Telepathy, Teravolt, Toxic Boost, Turboblaze, Unnerve, Victory Star, Weak Armor, Wonder Skin, Zen Mode</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves with the word 'dance' in their names.</strong>
<br />
Dragon Dance, FeatherDance, Fiery Dance, Lunar Dance, Petal Dance, Quiver Dance, Rain Dance, Swords Dance, and Teeter Dance.</li>
<li><strong>List all the items (including so-called "key items") only found in the game Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness.</strong>
<br />
I'm just going to throw <a href="http://goo.gl/OVkxR">this link</a> out there.</li>
</ol>

<p><div class="float-right"><img src="http://smogon.com/media/smog/16/trivia_porygon.png" alt="" /></div>Of course, a few plucky users even went as far as attempting these questions, to which I commend! <a href="/forums/member.php?u=105318">dcuajunco</a> pulled off an impressive 9/10 points, losing it only on the Spinda question. Indeed, your dedication has been rewarded; just ask the resident trol— I mean... <em>admin</em> for your custom title!</p>

<p>Well, settling back into the rhythm, I think it's high time I gave you guys some questions. Don't worry, I'm as rusty as you guys are, so we'll take it easy for this issue. This doesn't give you an excuse to <a href="/bw/moves/slack_off">Slack Off</a>, though!</p>

<ol>
<li>In the water of Route 21 in Kanto of Generation IV, only two Pokemon have an encounter rate of less than 5%. What are they?</li>
<li>Of Arcanine's Generation V learnset, how many moves have at least 90 Base Power?</li>
<li>In the TCG Expansion Set, <em>Gym Heroes</em>, which Pokemon, if any, are featured as belonging to Trainers that never owned them in the video games, anime, or manga?</li>
<li>In which spin-off game(s) does Darkrai play a major role?</li>
<li>Name two Pokemon that lose Speed upon evolution.</li>
<li>What is the highest level Pokemon that you can naturally face in the wild?</li>
<li>How many abilities have no relevance in battle? Name them.</li>
<li>Name all moves that have been TMs for at least two generations, but have since been replaced/removed.</li>
<li>I'm in Goldenrod City in Generation IV. I've just bought myself two cans of Lemonade, three Ultra Balls, ten Revives, five Max Potions, and one TM38 Fire Blast. How much have I spent?</li>
<li>Which Pokemon has the largest density value?</li>
</ol>

<p>As always, submit your answers to <a href="/forums/member.php?u=32443">The Smog</a>, titled "Issue 21 Trivia"! Good luck, one and all!</p>
EDIT: after looking at answer key argh I was so close gdi... I had the div tags right but I tried to paragraph align it and didn't have the pixel height/width. btw how would I go about finding those?

You can get the height and width by right clicking the image and view image info. You'll get the dimensions there. It's not necessary to have the height and width thing, but it's good for large images so that the page layout doesn't constantly shift as it loads the images which may take a longer time. Also, sorry if this might sound rude but could you explain to me how you arrived at <div class="float-right">? It's only used with CSS and it doesn't work without the CSS being declared and you said you found it on w3. Oh and use [noparse]
HTML:
[/noparse] tags in future, thanks :)[/COLOR][/B][/QUOTE]


[quote="mzenken, post: 4437490"]I'm kind of rusty with HTML, but I'll give it a try.

[hide=HTML][html]<html>
<head><title>Trivia - Smogon Community</title></head>
<body>
<p>Hello again Smogonites! Did you miss me? No? Oh, I see...</p>

<p>Well, never mind that! I would like to thank Seven Deadly Sins  again for jumping in and filling for me while I was away. Well, I did  say I was going to have a shot at answering your questions. So I sat  down with my big PokePedia and spent a good hour reading to find out  everything I needed. I'm fairly sure I have the right answers  here.</p>

<ol>
<li><strong>What is the minimum EXP gain from a freshly  hatched Pokémon in order for that Pokémon to evolve purely by level up  (not including Pokémon that evolve via "Level Up while/during/having  learned X" such as Riolu)?</strong><br />
I'm assuming this means "evolve using ONLY exp and no outside  conditions", because Level 2 Probopass sounds fun. Otherwise it would be  the Weedle/Wurmple/Caterpie family, who evolve all at Level 7 and have a  Med-F experience curve. Med-F Experience at any level requires minimum  of that level cubed exp. points. Therefore, 7^3 = 343 EXP points  total.</li>
<li><strong>How many Pokémon gained an immunity in the transition from Gen 4 to Gen 5?</strong><br />
Counting abilities (changes and new), along with Rotom-S, you get 27.  Rotom-S being the only one to benefit from a type-change, that is. Most  of them are also as a result of ability upgrades (Lightningrod and Storm  Drain) than anything.</li>
<li><strong>Steel-types are most likely found in what Egg group?</strong><br />
Mineral. There are 9 Mineral Egg group Steel-types, followed closely by 5  Undiscovered, then 4 Bug tied with 4 Human-likes.</li>
<li><strong>What are the names of all the known Flutes in the Pokémon world?</strong><br />
Poké Flute, Azure Flute, Time Flute, Black/Blue/Red/White/Yellow Flute.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the damage-dealing moves that will never faint the opposing Pokémon.</strong><br />
False Swipe, Super Fang, and Endeavor cannot faint the opponent.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves that received a power  increase of 20 BP or greater in the transition from Gen IV to Gen  V.</strong><br />
Covet, Doom Desire, Fire Spin, Future Sight, Hi Jump Kick, Petal Dance, Sand Tomb, Thrash, Uproar, and Whirlpool.</li>
<li><strong>Including gender differences, alternate formes,  shiny palettes, and all the possible Spinda spot combinations, how many  sprites are programmed in total for all 649  Pokémon?</strong><br />
3 different Poses. 4,294,967,296 variations per Spinda; that is, 2^32 as  Spinda are generated off the game's SIDs, which in turn are generated  off 32-bit codes. Therefore across the three generations (RSEFRLG all  had the same frontal pose, counting Emerald's animation as the same  single pose), 12,884,901,888. Double that for shiny, 25,769,803,776  different Spinda. Of course, that's only from the front. The back has no  design, so you have to add 6 back sprites making it a total of  25,769,803,782.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the new abilities introduced in Gen V.</strong><br />
Analytic, Big Pecks, Contrary, Cursed Body, Defeatist, Flare Boost,  Friend Guard, Harvest, Healer, Heavy Metal, Illusion, Imposter,  Infiltrator, Iron Barbs, Justified, Light Metal, Magic Bounce, Moody,  Moxie, Multiscale, Mummy, Overcoat, Pickpocket, Poison Touch, Prankster,  Rattled, Regenerator, Sand Force, Sand Rush, Sap Sipper, Sheer Force,  Telepathy, Teravolt, Toxic Boost, Turboblaze, Unnerve, Victory Star,  Weak Armor, Wonder Skin, Zen Mode</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves with the word 'dance' in their names.</strong><br />
Dragon Dance, FeatherDance, Fiery Dance, Lunar Dance, Petal Dance,  Quiver Dance, Rain Dance, Swords Dance, and Teeter Dance.</li>
<li><strong>List all the items (including so-called "key  items") only found in the game Pokemon XD: Gale of  Darkness.</strong><br />
I'm just going to throw <a  href="http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/List_of_key_items_in_Pok%C3%A9mon_XD:_Gale_of_Darkness">this  link</a> out there.</li>
</ol>
<div style="float:right"><img  src="/media/smog/16/trivia_porygon.png" alt="Professor Porygon-Z holds a  Rubik's Cube"></div>

<p>Of course, a few plucky users even went as far as attempting  these questions, to which I commend! <a  href="/forums/member.php?u=105318">dcuajunco</a> pulled off an  impressive 9/10 points, losing it only on the Spinda question. Indeed,  your dedication has been rewarded; just ask the resident trol— I mean...  admin for your custom title!</p>

<p>Well, settling back into the rhythm, I think it's high time I  gave you guys some questions. Don't worry, I'm as rusty as you guys are,  so we'll take it easy for this issue. This doesn't give you an excuse  to <a href="/bw/moves/slack_off">Slack Off</a>,  though!</p>

<ol>
<li>In the water of Route 21 in Kanto of Generation IV, only two  Pokemon have an encounter rate of less than 5%. What are  they?</li>
<li>Of Arcanine's Generation V learnset, how many moves have at least 90 Base Power?</li>
<li>In the TCG Expansion Set, <em>Gym Heroes</em>,  which Pokemon, if any, are featured as belonging to Trainers that never  owned them in the video games, anime, or manga?</li>
<li>In which spin-off game(s) does Darkrai play a major role?</li>
<li>Name two Pokemon that lose Speed upon evolution.</li>
<li>What is the highest level Pokemon that you can naturally face in the wild?</li>
<li>How many abilities have no relevance in battle? Name them.</li>
<li>Name all moves that have been TMs for at least two generations, but have since been replaced/removed.</li>
<li>I'm in Goldenrod City in Generation IV. I've just bought  myself two cans of Lemonade, three Ultra Balls, ten Revives, five Max  Potions, and one TM38 Fire Blast. How much have I spent?</li>
<li>Which Pokemon has the largest density value?</li>
</ol>

<p>As always, submit your answers to <a  href="/forums/member.php?u=32443">The Smog</a>, titled "Issue  21 Trivia"! Good luck, one and all!</p>
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Dunno if there's any real reason to label the alt tags, but I usually do.[/hide]

yep you can like the alt tags empty, it doesn't matter as long as they're there! The <html> <head> <title> <body> tags are not needed for this practice though! Good job! :)



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<p>Hello again Smogonites! Did you miss me? No? Oh, I see...</p>

<p>Well, never mind that! I would like to thank Seven Deadly Sins again for jumping in and filling for me while I was away. Well, I did say I was going to have a shot at answering your questions. So I sat down with my big PokePedia and spent a good hour reading to find out everything I needed. I'm fairly sure I have the right answers here.</p>
<ol>
<li><strong>What is the minimum EXP gain from a freshly hatched Pokémon in order for that Pokémon to evolve purely by level up (not including Pokémon that evolve via "Level Up while/during/having learned X" such as Riolu)?</strong><br />
I'm assuming this means "evolve using ONLY exp and no outside conditions", because Level 2 Probopass sounds fun. Otherwise it would be the Weedle/Wurmple/Caterpie family, who evolve all at Level 7 and have a Med-F experience curve. Med-F Experience at any level requires minimum of that level cubed exp. points. Therefore, 7^3 = 343 EXP points total.</li>
<li><strong>How many Pokémon gained an immunity in the transition from Gen 4 to Gen 5?</strong><br />
Counting abilities (changes and new), along with Rotom-S, you get 27. Rotom-S being the only one to benefit from a type-change, that is. Most of them are also as a result of ability upgrades (Lightningrod and Storm Drain) than anything.</li>
<li><strong>Steel-types are most likely found in what Egg group?</strong><br />
Mineral. There are 9 Mineral Egg group Steel-types, followed closely by 5 Undiscovered, then 4 Bug tied with 4 Human-likes.</li>
<li><strong>What are the names of all the known Flutes in the Pokémon world?</strong><br />
Poké Flute, Azure Flute, Time Flute, Black/Blue/Red/White/Yellow Flute.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the damage-dealing moves that will never faint the opposing Pokémon.</strong><br />
False Swipe, Super Fang, and Endeavor cannot faint the opponent.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves that received a power increase of 20 BP or greater in the transition from Gen IV to Gen V.</strong><br />
ovet, Doom Desire, Fire Spin, Future Sight, Hi Jump Kick, Petal Dance, Sand Tomb, Thrash, Uproar, and Whirlpool.</li>
<li><strong>Including gender differences, alternate formes, shiny palettes, and all the possible Spinda spot combinations, how many sprites are programmed in total for all 649 Pokémon?</strong>< br/>
3 different Poses. 4,294,967,296 variations per Spinda; that is, 2^32 as Spinda are generated off the game's SIDs, which in turn are generated off 32-bit codes. Therefore across the three generations (RSEFRLG all had the same frontal pose, counting Emerald's animation as the same single pose), 12,884,901,888. Double that for shiny, 25,769,803,776 different Spinda. Of course, that's only from the front. The back has no design, so you have to add 6 back sprites making it a total of 25,769,803,782.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the new abilities introduced in Gen V.</strong><br />
Analytic, Big Pecks, Contrary, Cursed Body, Defeatist, Flare Boost, Friend Guard, Harvest, Healer, Heavy Metal, Illusion, Imposter, Infiltrator, Iron Barbs, Justified, Light Metal, Magic Bounce, Moody, Moxie, Multiscale, Mummy, Overcoat, Pickpocket, Poison Touch, Prankster, Rattled, Regenerator, Sand Force, Sand Rush, Sap Sipper, Sheer Force, Telepathy, Teravolt, Toxic Boost, Turboblaze, Unnerve, Victory Star, Weak Armor, Wonder Skin, Zen Mode</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves with the word 'dance' in their names.</strong><br />
Dragon Dance, FeatherDance, Fiery Dance, Lunar Dance, Petal Dance, Quiver Dance, Rain Dance, Swords Dance, and Teeter Dance.</li>
<li><strong>List all the items (including so-called "key items") only found in the game Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness.</strong><br />
I'm just going to throw <a href="http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/List_of_key_items_in_Pok%C3%A9mon_XD:_Gale_of_Darkness">this link</a> out there.</li></ol>

<div class="float:right"><img src="/media/smog/16/trivia_porygon.png" width="251" height="350"/></div>

<p>Of course, a few plucky users even went as far as attempting these questions, to which I commend! <a href="/forums/member.php?u=105318">dcuajunco</a> pulled off an impressive 9/10 points, losing it only on the Spinda question. Indeed, your dedication has been rewarded; just ask the resident trol— I mean... admin for your custom title!</p>

<p>Well, settling back into the rhythm, I think it's high time I gave you guys some questions. Don't worry, I'm as rusty as you guys are, so we'll take it easy for this issue. This doesn't give you an excuse to <a href="/bw/moves/slack_off">Slack Off</a>, though!</p>

<ol><li>In the water of Route 21 in Kanto of Generation IV, only two Pokemon have an encounter rate of less than 5%. What are they?</li>
<li>Of Arcanine's Generation V learnset, how many moves have at least 90 Base Power?</li>
<li>In the TCG Expansion Set, <em>Gym Heroes</em>, which Pokemon, if any, are featured as belonging to Trainers that never owned them in the video games, anime, or manga?</li>
<li>In which spin-off game(s) does Darkrai play a major role?</li>
<li>Name two Pokemon that lose Speed upon evolution.</li>
<li>What is the highest level Pokemon that you can naturally face in the wild?</li>
<li>How many abilities have no relevance in battle? Name them.</li>
<li>Name all moves that have been TMs for at least two generations, but have since been replaced/removed.</li>
<li>I'm in Goldenrod City in Generation IV. I've just bought myself two cans of Lemonade, three Ultra Balls, ten Revives, five Max Potions, and one TM38 Fire Blast. How much have I spent?</li>
<li>Which Pokemon has the largest density value?</li></ol>

<p>As always, submit your answers to <a href="/forums/member.php?u=32443">The Smog</a>, titled "Issue 21 Trivia"! Good luck, one and all!</p>

I only started learning HTML a few days ago, and this is my first time trying to apply it. I want to help out with the site one day, but hopefully this can help me learn a bit first :)

<div class="float:right"><img src="/media/smog/16/trivia_porygon.png" width="251" height="350"/></div> it's style, not class lol! div style is used to style the things within the div tag, class doesn't. A space is normally put before the / in the image tag for standardization etc refer to above but not really important. And use [noparse]
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Thanks for the feedback sandz, I honestly don't remember where I found <div class="float-right">, sorry. I'll dig through but I honestly completely forget.
 

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HTML:
<p>Hello again Smogonites! Did you miss me? No? Oh, I see...</p>

<p>Well, never mind that! I would like to thank Seven Deadly Sins again for jumping in and filling for me while I was away. Well, I did say I was going to have a shot at answering your questions. So I sat down with my big PokePedia and spent a good hour reading to find out everything I needed. I'm fairly sure I have the right answers here.</p>

<ol>
<li><strong>What is the minimum EXP gain from a freshly hatched Pokémon in order for that Pok&eacute;mon to evolve purely by level up (not including Pokémon that evolve via "Level Up while/during/having learned X" such as Riolu)?</strong><br />
I'm assuming this means "evolve using ONLY exp and no outside conditions", because Level 2 Probopass sounds fun. Otherwise it would be the Weedle/Wurmple/Caterpie family, who evolve all at Level 7 and have a Med-F experience curve. Med-F Experience at any level requires minimum of that level cubed exp. points. Therefore, 7^3 = 343 EXP points total.</li>
<li><strong>How many Pok&eacute;mon gained an immunity in the transition from Gen 4 to Gen 5?</strong><br />
Counting abilities (changes and new), along with Rotom-S, you get 27. Rotom-S being the only one to benefit from a type-change, that is. Most of them are also as a result of ability upgrades (Lightningrod and Storm Drain) than anything.</li>
<li><strong>Steel-types are most likely found in what Egg group?</strong><br />
Mineral. There are 9 Mineral Egg group Steel-types, followed closely by 5 Undiscovered, then 4 Bug tied with 4 Human-likes.</li>
<li><strong>What are the names of all the known Flutes in the Pok&eacute;mon world?</strong><br />
Pok&eacute; Flute, Azure Flute, Time Flute, Black/Blue/Red/White/Yellow Flute.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the damage-dealing moves that will never faint the opposing Pokémon.</strong><br />
False Swipe, Super Fang, and Endeavor cannot faint the opponent.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves that received a power increase of 20 BP or greater in the transition from Gen IV to Gen V.</strong><br />
Covet, Doom Desire, Fire Spin, Future Sight, Hi Jump Kick, Petal Dance, Sand Tomb, Thrash, Uproar, and Whirlpool.</li>
<li><strong>Including gender differences, alternate formes, shiny palettes, and all the possible Spinda spot combinations, how many sprites are programmed in total for all 649 Pok&eacute;mon?</strong><br />
3 different Poses. 4,294,967,296 variations per Spinda; that is, 2^32 as Spinda are generated off the game's SIDs, which in turn are generated off 32-bit codes. Therefore across the three generations (RSEFRLG all had the same frontal pose, counting Emerald's animation as the same single pose), 12,884,901,888. Double that for shiny, 25,769,803,776 different Spinda. Of course, that's only from the front. The back has no design, so you have to add 6 back sprites making it a total of 25,769,803,782.</li>
<li><strong>Name all the new abilities introduced in Gen V.</strong><br />
Analytic, Big Pecks, Contrary, Cursed Body, Defeatist, Flare Boost, Friend Guard, Harvest, Healer, Heavy Metal, Illusion, Imposter, Infiltrator, Iron Barbs, Justified, Light Metal, Magic Bounce, Moody, Moxie, Multiscale, Mummy, Overcoat, Pickpocket, Poison Touch, Prankster, Rattled, Regenerator, Sand Force, Sand Rush, Sap Sipper, Sheer Force, Telepathy, Teravolt, Toxic Boost, Turboblaze, Unnerve, Victory Star, Weak Armor, Wonder Skin, Zen Mode</li>
<li><strong>Name all the moves with the word 'dance' in their names.</strong><br />
Dragon Dance, FeatherDance, Fiery Dance, Lunar Dance, Petal Dance, Quiver Dance, Rain Dance, Swords Dance, and Teeter Dance.</li>
<li><strong>List all the items (including so-called "key items") only found in the game Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness.</strong><br />
I'm just going to throw <a href="http://goo.gl/OVkxR">this link</a> out there.</li>
</ol>
	
<div style="float:right;"><img src="/media/smog/16/trivia_porygon.png" alt="" height="251" width="50"></div>
	
<p>Of course, a few plucky users even went as far as attempting these questions, to which I commend! <a href="/forums/member.php?u=105318">dcuajunco</a> pulled off an impressive 9/10 points, losing it only on the Spinda question. Indeed, your dedication has been rewarded; just ask the resident trol— I mean... admin for your custom title!</p>

<p>Well, settling back into the rhythm, I think it's high time I gave you guys some questions. Don't worry, I'm as rusty as you guys are, so we'll take it easy for this issue. This doesn't give you an excuse to <a href="/bw/moves/slack_off">Slack Off</a>, though!</p>

<ol>
<li>In the water of Route 21 in Kanto of Generation IV, only two Pokemon have an encounter rate of less than 5%. What are they?</li>
<li>Of Arcanine's Generation V learnset, how many moves have at least 90 Base Power?</li>
<li>In the TCG Expansion Set, <em>Gym Heroes</em>, which Pokemon, if any, are featured as belonging to Trainers that never owned them in the video games, anime, or manga?</li>
<li>In which spin-off game(s) does Darkrai play a major role?</li>
<li>Name two Pokemon that lose Speed upon evolution.</li>
<li>What is the highest level Pokemon that you can naturally face in the wild?</li>
<li>How many abilities have no relevance in battle? Name them.</li>
<li>Name all moves that have been TMs for at least two generations, but have since been replaced/removed.</li>
<li>I'm in Goldenrod City in Generation IV. I've just bought myself two cans of Lemonade, three Ultra Balls, ten Revives, five Max Potions, and one TM38 Fire Blast. How much have I spent?</li>
<li>Which Pokemon has the largest density value?</li>
</ol>
	
<p>As always, submit your answers to <a href="/forums/member.php?u=32443">The Smog</a>, titled "Issue 21 Trivia"! Good luck, one and all!</p>


Here's to hoping it's ok :)