Emerentiana: PLEASE STOP!You are spamming
a thread that's located in the "SSPX-Rome Agreement" category, which is completely not
related to buying altar furnishings.
There are thousands of rare Catholic items, you can get NOWHERE ELSE !
You've given no reason
for why that extreme claim should be believed by any reader. It sure looks self-indulgent. If you
just happen to benefit from supplying these items you're advertising, that would make your behavior even more disreputable and worthy of rebuke. Not just here, but on a huge proportion of noncommercial Internet message-boards.
And you're doing it in a way that's really troublesome. In a word: Cluelessly!*
In just one posting, you presented 4 obnoxiously-long URLs, measuring 142, 162, 177, 177 (again) characters, which fouls the display of everyone else's posting that ends up on the same page, by whacking it out waaay too wide, thus forcing many visitors to scroll horizontally to read each line!
Yet you're also confusing readers by taking extra effort to underline
entire lines that, contrary to Web custom & usage, are not
links! A computer is not a typewriter
was the title of a widely needed book that was published early in the personal-computer revolution. Here, unlike on a typewriter, we have italics and boldface.Again, please STOP.
Then take a few minutes worth of deep breaths, and contact a helpful expert--via e-mail, PM, or posting in another
topic in some other
category where such things belong--for assistance in understanding and using the '' and '
' mark-up to make short phrases, e.g.:
"missal stand", "altar cards", and "ablution bowl", into Web links without
displaying the whole [expletives deleted] long URL in the posting itself.
Note *: This sort of behavior, which makes it unpleasant to try to read carefully thought out postings by my fellow members, exhausts my charitable language really
quickly. But she can at least be grateful that I'm not the moderator.