Tutorials in Sta.sh Writer
Did you know you can submit to the Resources & Stock Images > Tutorials
gallery deviations that have been created with Sta.sh Writer. Similar to Literature and Journal deviations, Premium Members can add CSS/HTML and images to a tutorial written via sta.sh writer.
Text can be formatted to your liking, even if you are not a Premium Member, simply use the formatting tools provided by Sta.sh Writer when using Rich Text Mode.
You can of course also use HTML codes, just remember to switch to that mode when writing in Sta.sh.FAQ #104: What HTML formatting can we use on deviantART? And what is the format for these codes?
The benefits of writing a tutorial using Sta.sh lies mainly in the easy editing of published deviations. Typos can be corrected instantly, and you don't need the original file in which you made the typo.
Others who follow your tutorials also can easily copy/paste what you wrote and click on links you provide for them, to resources or examples etc..
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