1. Click the little black quote box. It creates something like this: "SPOILER=Warning: Spoiler!" "/SPOILER" except with some brackets (or you can just type this out if you want)
2. Put the stuff that you want in the spoiler in between the "SPOILER=Warning: Spoiler!" and the "/SPOILER"
3. If you want, change the "Warning: Spoiler!" to what you'd like it to say instead.
MrChris, these are generally very good. I think I like #1 most because of the deft color combination, but I wish the square weren't solid. Unlike others, I don't have a problem with solid colored squares, but I hate repeating solid accoutrements and your tie already takes up a slot in that count. #5 is also really nice. That's how I personally like to see a white linen square used. It's best with a patterned shirt. My only issue with #2 is that the textures and pattern scales are all a bit fine for the pattern expressed by the jacket, which I think calls for something more country and rustic. The royal blue tie and very dark navy square are a great combo.
#3 is my least favorite. The navy in the tie and square is repetitive.