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How to hide the default field names in your AOL profile

It is possible to hide those cheesy field names like 'Location:' and 'Computers:'. You can hide all field names except the one belonging to the first field you type in ('Member Name:' for most of you).

Using these techniques will prevent your profile from recognizing carriage returns (Enter key, Ctrl+Bksp or Alt+0895), so you'll have to use a < br> tag instead to get to the next line.

To hide a field name and go to the next line:

Begin the field with a > and end the preceding field with <br

For example, if I do this:

Member Name: Momo < br>Species: felis americanus <br
Location:>Gender: male <br
Hobbies:>Fave food: Escalloped oysters

It will make my profile look like this:

Member Name: Momo
Species:felis americanus
Gender:male
Fave food:Escalloped oysters

This technique is good for adding lots of new fields to your profile without being forced to use the default ones too.

To hide a field name without going to the next line:

Begin the field with > and end the preceding field with <font

For example, if I do this:

Member Name: Momo < br>Background: Once belonging to an elite tactical group, Momo decided to go solo and fight for his own ideals. A feline soldier of fortune, he <font
Location:>destroys evil corporations and helps humans progress toward a future of peace and prosperity for all. He specializes in demolition, light arms, heavy arms, guided ballistics, intelligence, counterintelligence, <font
Hobbies:>electronics, agriculture, architecture, martial arts, and underwater manoeuvres.

It will make my profile look like this:

Member Name: Momo
Background:Once belonging to an elite tactical group, Momo decided to go solo and fight for his own ideals. A feline soldier of fortune, he destroys evil corporations and helps humans progress toward a future of peace and prosperity for all. He specializes in demolition, light arms, heavy arms, guided ballistics, intelligence, counterintelligence, electronics, agriculture, architecture, martial arts, and underwater manoeuvres.

This is a great technique to use if you're into role-playing games and want to put long descriptions of stuff in your AOL profile.