l enjoy writing articles about several trading card games (Magic, Yu-Gi-Oh, etc.) and I'd like input on how to format the names of specific cards. Say I was discussing a card named XXX. Which style do you prefer:
XXX works well because... (no changes)
XXX works well because... (card name in italics)
"XXX" works well because... (card name in quotes)
As of now, I'm leaning towards quotes, but any opinions are welcome.
I am no expert. I use 'XXX' when I want to emphasize.
by Corey 7 years ago
Have you ever made an art card?Art cards or ACEO ( Art Card Editions and Originals) are a 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" piece of art work. They are collectible and many artists trade them online. Just wondering if you have used this medium before.
by Reality Bytes 6 years ago
I use Google Chrome. 1. I cannot drag the scroll bar with my mouse from the top. Once it is down an inch or two it works fine.2. While trying to edit text below a photo the everything in the capsule was stuck to my mouse. I could not edit the text.
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