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Post by patrikstar » Wed Jun 28, 2006 10:55 pm

added hidden link basicly its plain text that links some where so you can have a whole word unnoticably be a link or even a single letter in a word

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Post by mkruer » Wed Jun 28, 2006 11:35 pm

Was there ever a reason why the BBCode was never officially extended? Custom BBCodes are grate and all but it would be nice to have them officially supported.

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Post by cheater512 » Wed Jun 28, 2006 11:50 pm

mkruer wrote: Was there ever a reason why the BBCode was never officially extended? Custom BBCodes are grate and all but it would be nice to have them officially supported.

Because some people would want them while other people wouldnt.
E.g. I wouldnt touch the IE only ones since over 50% of my traffic uses a real browser but other forums would want it.

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Post by mkruer » Wed Jun 28, 2006 11:51 pm

I am sure that’s true of the current BBCode as well.

Also I agree stay away form IE only BBCode

But I still don’t see why there can’t be an official support for BBCode 2.0 and just make it an option to enable or disable. (BBCode 2.0 would include 1.0 in it, e.g. its backwards compatible)

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Post by patrikstar » Thu Jun 29, 2006 12:23 am

added post notes so you can save info about your post but keep it as a note that you can only see when editing the post or when viewing the page source code since it just comments what you put into the text box

also from running my website and writing a photoshop tutorial that got my website 10k visitors within just about a month i can tell you that 95% didnt use Internet Explorer so yea IE only BBCode isnt really reccommended but some people like it.

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Post by cooleo100d » Thu Jun 29, 2006 12:27 am

patrikstar wrote: added post notes so you can save info about your post but keep it as a note that you can only see when editing the post or when viewing the page source code since it just comments what you put into the text box

also from running my website and writing a photoshop tutorial that got my website 10k visitors within just about a month i can tell you that 95% didnt use Internet Explorer so yea IE only BBCode isnt really reccommended but some people like it.

From getting 155,873 visitors to my website in less than a month I can sadly tell you that 127,256 of those, 81.64% still use Internet Explorer :(

Google Analytics rules!

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Post by patrikstar » Thu Jun 29, 2006 12:39 am

cooleo100d wrote: From getting 155,873 visitors to my website in less than a month I can sadly tell you that 127,256 of those, 81.64% still use Internet Explorer :(

Google Analytics rules!


wow interesting

analytics does rule i have it too

also i just added hidden spoiler BBCode basically its like the hidden link you can use it to change words to like bat to butt making it so if they click the 'a' its replaced with 'ut'

just again added another BBCode is a google on so what you put for text it will google it
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Post by DKing » Thu Jun 29, 2006 1:43 am

Wow AWESOME! You're the best. I especially like the hidden spoiler, where you can click a letter or word or something and it goes to the spoiler. And I like the hidden link. I like mostly all of them. Too bad I can't use the last three though! :)
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Post by patrikstar » Thu Jun 29, 2006 1:45 am

you could but only IE i would like other browser support but someone said its like a microsoft plugin or something

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Post by cooleo100d » Thu Jun 29, 2006 1:58 am

Hey this should be stickied!

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Post by patrikstar » Thu Jun 29, 2006 5:35 am

added a yahoo search BBCode same as the google one but for yahoo.com

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Post by mkruer » Thu Jun 29, 2006 6:00 am

Looking at the BBCodes that have been listed so far, the only one that I would use on a regular bases would be.
Strike Through
Horizontal Lines
Alignments (Center/Right/Left)
Subscript/Superscript
Fonts

The one thing that is still missing probably because no one has figured it out yet is how to do simple tables.
Probably do something like this.

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[Table] = <table><tr><td>
[/Table] = </td></tr></table>
[|] =  </td><td>
[|>] = </td></tr><tr><td>

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Post by patrikstar » Thu Jun 29, 2006 6:14 am

mkruer wrote: The one thing that is still missing probably because no one has figured it out yet is how to do simple tables.
Probably do something like this.

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[Table] = <table><tr><td>
[/Table] = </td></tr></table>
[|] =  </td><td>
[|>] = </td></tr><tr><td>


that looks good but normal users have no clue what <table>, <tr>, or <td> means
but what you could do is add that but keep it hidden so only experienced people would be able to use it

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Post by NaviFriends » Thu Jun 29, 2006 6:27 am

Is this OK?
The input is stopped after 16 custom BBCcodes.

"You cannot create any more BBCodes. Please
remove one or more BBCodes then try again"


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Post by karlsemple » Thu Jun 29, 2006 6:28 am

NaviFriends wrote: Is this OK?
The input is stopped after 16 custom BBCcodes.

"You cannot create any more BBCodes. Please
remove one or more BBCodes then try again"


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as it says...you are allowed 16 custom bbcodes and you have hit that limit.
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