Sunday, January 6, 2013

Blogger (blogspot): What HTML Tags Can Be Used in Comments and How To

If you comment on other people's Blogger ( blog, you may wondering is it possible to use the  <a> tag to leave a link in the comments. Yes, you can, you can use five HTML tags including the <a> tag in Blogger's comment box.

The 5 html tags are  <a> tag,  <strong> tag, <b> tag, <em> and <i> tag.

Format for <a> tag,  and an example

<a> tag  is supported by all browsers, and can be used in following format:

<a href="url">link name</a>

  • Replace url with web page address you'd like to use
  • Replace link name with the display name for the link
Example: use <a> tag in commenting box to link to Blogger Journey home page

I love <a href="http://">Blogger Journey</a> !

It will display as in following:

I love Blogger Journey !

Format for <strong> tag, <b> tag, <em> and <i> tag

<strong> tag defines strong emphasized or important text. It can be used in following format:

Hello, this is a <strong>very useful tip from</strong> Blogger Journey.

<b> tag specifies bold text. It can be used in following format:

This is normal text - <b>and this is bold text</b>

<em> tag renders as emphasized text, can be used in following format:

 This is normal text - <em>Emphasized text</em>

<i> tag makes content displayed in italic, it can be used to indicate a technical term, a phrase from another language, a thought, or a ship name, etc. It can be used in following following format:

The blog <i>Blogger Journey </i>is very helpful for new bloggers


You can use 5  html tags inside Blogger's comments, they are  <a> tag,  <strong> tag, <b> tag, <em> and <i> tag. 

How do you use HTML Tags  in comments, what's your experience of using HTML Tags? Share your experience and insights in the comments box below.


  1. I tried this tag, now, hope it works, great blog very helpful!
    I'll be following you! (in a non creepy way)

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  2. Unfortunately Blogspot does not accept "color:" CSS parameter in any of these tags. But thank you for the post because i could not find this exact information.