zyx6789 wrote: Thanks.
What about other browsers? I noticed that in Opera my forum is english (like in default), is there any options to set language in Opera?
It won't work in the subject area, as all other BBCodes don't work either in the subject.rr2000 wrote: It works for the message body. Will it work in 'Subject'? If yes, how?
A good CSS tutorial or Web Editor should help in your case. A good and free CSS Editor isTopstyle 3.10 lite[/url]Brent C. Stevens wrote: This only works for adding fonts into posts, how can I get extra fonts going in a template? I don't know what I should be adding in the .CSS file for a font to work.
Then check all the changes in bbcode.phpmguffey5 wrote: But it doesn't display on screen in Times New Roman it displays in the standard font you see here.