I wonder if HubPages would consider enabling the strike through HTML tag in the editor. There are times when conditions I've written about have changed. I don't really want to delete the text as much as let the reader know something has changed.
The tags are <s> and </s>.
I agree. There have been several times when I wished I could use this. Mostly for humor, as Darkside says, but also to indicate a change.
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