It's simple, write your text like in any PlainText editor:
# What is this ? My-Tribune is a blogging platform which allows you to publish your opinion: - Easily - For free - ...
The text above generates a header line and unordered list.
The used format is called MarkDown. Its simple formatting allows the text to be written in a plaintext editor and stay readable, while at the same time it can be used on the web.
E.g. surround a word in stars
* to make it Italic:
Or in double stars to make it Bold:
Hyperlinks can be inserted right into the text.
A lot more is possible with simple formatting markers.
Here's a guide with the details: https://www.markdownguide.org/basic-syntax/
When MarkDown is not enough - Go ahead and insert your HTML tags, CSS styling
It is your content, so you are in control.
Get the sharing code by clicking on
Share -> Embed on the video page on YouTube.
Paste the code in your article.
In order your page to look well on all devices replace the fixed
width & height
style="width: 100%; aspect-ratio: 16/9;"
Just make sure to keep the video aspect ratio. If you're not sure what aspect
ratio you should specify just use the width and height values from the copied
YouTube code. E.g.
Here's how to insert "Google Photos" images in your articles.
Share -> Copy link. You will see "Shared" under the album title right next to the date.
[myimg]: https://lh3.ggl-uc.com/ALongURL=w867-h574-no?authuser=0 "Tooltip txt"
[![myimg]](https://some.url). This way the image will be a link to "https://some.url". You can get this "some.url" by sharing the image itself on "Google Photos" and using "Copy link". Then, when clicked, it can then be viewed on the "Google Photos" site in full resolution, with meta information, etc. Alternatively the link can be to an album. Or anywhere else, including external websites.