Actually HTML has a wonderful way to do spoilers, an example
is below. Highlight it if you actually need an explanation
of the trick.
The trick is that you write a table with the font and the
background color the same. When someone highlight's it
they can read the spoiler, but otherwise they cannot.|
In this case I did it like this:
Unfortunately links show through because the rules for
the HTML here don't include (that I saw at least) a way
to control the color of an HREF. Which is why the link
is down there and not in here. :-)
<table><tr><td bgcolor=#000000><font color=#000000>
put text here and then
Wish I could claim it was my idea, but one of the folks
(namely CRConrad) came up with it.
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