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How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« on: April 27, 2012, 06:37:22 AM »
      So I thought I put up a thread to show how to use BBCode in post to get the effects you want. First Ill start with the most simple and work my way up to the more complex. BBCode uses tags just like HTML with the exception that instead of using <tag> it uses [tag]. All tags come in pairs with the difference being the closing tag uses a / [/tag]. This is the first post I will be adding to it as I do not want to make it one huge post.

      To make words bold you use the bold tag.
   
Code: [Select]
[b]text[/b]
This would look like this.
                                bold

     To make words italic you use the italic tag.
         
Code: [Select]
[i]italic[/i]
This would look like this
                                italic

     To make words underlined you use the underline tag.
         
Code: [Select]
[u]underline[/u]
This would look like this
                                underline

     To make words have a different color you use the color tag.
         
Code: [Select]
[color=Teal]color[/color]
This would look like this
                                color

     To make words have a different font you use the font tag.
         
Code: [Select]
[font=Times New Roman]New Font[/font]
This would look like this
                                New Font

     To make words have a different size you use the size tag. The size value is measured in points. Symbolized by a number followed by the abbreviation pt.
         
Code: [Select]
[size=16pt]Large[/size]
This would look like this
                                New Size

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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2012, 06:40:16 AM »
   Now you combine these simple tags to get interesting effects. The tags need to be nested one inside the other. There is no limit to how many tags can be nested.

    To make words italic and bold you use the italic and bold tags.
         
Code: [Select]
[i][b]This is how to nest tags[/b][/i]
This would look like this
                                This is how to nest tags

    To make words italic, bold, and in a different color you use the italic, bold, and color tags.
         
Code: [Select]
[i][b][color=Teal]This is how to nest tags[/color][/b][/i]
This would look like this
                                This is how to nest tags

    To make words italic, bold, in a different color, and different size you use the italic, bold, color, and size tags.
         
Code: [Select]
[i][b][color=Teal][size=16pt]This is how to nest tags[/size][/color][/b][/i]
This would look like this
                                This is how to nest tags

    To make words italic, bold, in a different color, different size and different font you use the italic, bold, color, size, and font tags.
         
Code: [Select]
[i][b][color=Teal][size=16pt][font=Times New Roman]This is how to nest tags[/font][/size][/color][/b][/i]
This would look like this
                                This is how to nest tags

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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #2 on: April 27, 2012, 06:41:33 AM »
   Now lets look at some very interesting ways to nest things. If you noticed in the past I have been nesting tags at the beginning and ending of text It does not have to be like that as long is you have a closing tag for every opening tag.

   Lets take a look at some code.

Code: [Select]
[b] This is bold [i] this is bold and italic[/i][/b] [i]This is just italic[/i][size=18pt] Now This is big text[b]This is big text in bold[color=Red]This is big text, bold, and red[/color][/b][/size] [color=Red][b]now we are down to normal size [/b] no longer bold[/color] now no longer Red.

        This is how that looks
This is bold this is bold and italic This is just Italic Now This is big text This is big text in bold This is big text, bold, and red Now we are down to normal size No longer bold Now no longer Red.

More to come later for now I am off to work.

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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #3 on: April 27, 2012, 07:04:19 AM »
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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #4 on: April 27, 2012, 10:09:54 AM »
More Tags
   Now lets look at some more tags that we can use in our post.
      To put a line through your words you use the strikethrough tag.
   
Code: [Select]
[s]strikethrough[/s]
This would look like this.
                                strikethrough

      To put a shadow behind your words you use the shadow tag. It should also be noted that the Shadow tag only works in Microsofts Internet Explorer.
   
Code: [Select]
[shadow=Red,left]Shadow[/shadow]
This would look like this.
                                Shadow


      Now to get fancy with this Shadow tag you can choose a different color. The predefined color choices are Black, Red, Yellow, Pink, Green, Orange, Purple, Blue, Beige, Brown, Teal, Navy, Maroon, LimeGreen, and White.
   
Code: [Select]
[shadow=LimeGreen,left]Shadow[/shadow]
This would look like this.
                                Shadow


      You can also create you own custom colors using a hexadecimal format. It consist of a hash mark followed by 6 hexadecimal numbers. The Hexadecimal numbers are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0, A, B, C, D, E, and F. it would look like this as an example #120AFF. You can use the numbers in any combination as long is you do not use more then six. 
   
Code: [Select]
[shadow=#23ACF0,left]Shadow[/shadow]
This would look like this.
                                Shadow


      Now to make it even more interesting you can also control the direction of the shadow. You can make it go to the right. By changing the word left to right. 
   
Code: [Select]
[shadow=#22A0B0,right]Shadow[/shadow]
This would look like this.
                                Shadow

      To put a glow around your words you use the Glow tag. It should also be noted that the Glow tag only works in Microsofts Internet Explorer. The three attributes of the glow tag represtent color, strength, and width. 
   
Code: [Select]
[glow=Red,2,300]Glow[/glow]
This would look like this.
                                Glow

      Here is an example of the Glow tag where I change the attributes you can also experiment with them yourself and see the results.
   
Code: [Select]
[glow=#34DC0F,4,1]Glow[/glow]
This would look like this.
                                Glow

      Yet another example of the Glow tag where I change the attributes you can also experiment with them yourself and see the results.
   
Code: [Select]
[glow=#34DC0F,1,500]Glow[/glow]
This would look like this.
                                Glow


   I know this is a lot of information and I promise we will get to some good stuff. But we need to know the basics before we do some exciting things with it. More later.
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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #5 on: April 27, 2012, 12:04:06 PM »
Even More Tags
   Now lets look at some more tags that we can use in our post.



      To a horizontal rule in your post use the Horizontalrule tag.
   
Code: [Select]
[hr]
This would look like this.
                               

     To force a line break you use the line brake tag.
   
Code: [Select]
The next word[br]is on this line
This would look like this.
                               The next word
 is on this line

     To create moving text you can use the move tag. This tag will only work in Microsoft Internet Explorer.
         
Code: [Select]
[move]Watch me stroll.[/move]
This would look like this.
                      Watch me stroll.
    To create large text without using the size tag you can use the big tag.
         
Code: [Select]
[big]Hey You![/big]
This would look like this.
                      Hey You!
 
     To create small text without using the size tag you can use the small tag.
         
Code: [Select]
[small]pssst over here[/small]
This would look like this.
                      pssst over here


     To create subscript you can use the subscript tag.
         
Code: [Select]
This is what subscript [sub] looks like [/sub]
This would look like this.
                      This is what subscript looks like

      To create superscript you can use the superscript tag.
         
Code: [Select]
This is what superscript [sup] looks like [/sup]
This would look like this.
                      This is what superscript looks like

     More Later
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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #6 on: April 27, 2012, 01:11:10 PM »
 This is a little treat you can add youtube videos directly into you post
     
Code: [Select]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAstDHhzP9E&feature=watch_response
This would look like this


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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #7 on: April 27, 2012, 02:32:29 PM »
Even More Tags
I know you all are saying when will we get to the good stuff just wait youll see.

      To help explain your abbreviations you can use the abbreviations tag. When you mouse over the abbreviation you can get the full meaning.
   
Code: [Select]
[abbr= demonstrative] dem. [/abbr]
This would look like this.
                                dem.

      Just like the abbreviation tag you can explain your acronyms. You can use the acronym tag. When you mouse over the acronyms you can get the full meaning.
   
Code: [Select]
[acronym=Your Mileage May Very]YMMV[/acronym]
This would look like this.
                                YMMV

      To get words to display right to left when using a language that is read right to left there is the right to left tag. Typical usage would be to post Arabic or Hebrew in an English language post.
   
Code: [Select]
[rtl] right to left! [/rtl]
This would look like this.
                               
right to left!

      To get words to display left to right when using a language that is read left to right there is the right to left tag. Typical usage would be to post English in an Arabic or Hebrew language post.
   
Code: [Select]
[ltr] right to left! [/ltr]
This would look like this.
                               
right to left!

      To get words to align left there is the left align tag.
   
Code: [Select]
[left] This text is aligned left[/left]
This would look like this.
                               
This text is aligned left

     To get words to align right there is the right align tag.
   
Code: [Select]
[right] This text is aligned right[/right]
This would look like this.
                               
This text is aligned right

      To get words to align center there is the center align tag.
   
Code: [Select]
[center] This text is aligned in the center[/center]
This would look like this.
                               
This text is aligned in the center

      To put a URL into your post there is the URL tag.
   
Code: [Select]
[url] http://www.weather.com/ [/url]
This would look like this.
                                http://www.weather.com/

      To put a URL into your post but not list the url itself you can still use the URL tag. Here is a little trick for that.
   
Code: [Select]
[url=http://www.weather.com/] Weather [/url]
This would look like this.
                                Weather


More fun to arrive shortly
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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #8 on: April 27, 2012, 06:05:43 PM »
Yet Even More Tags

      To create list you can use the list tag.
Code: [Select]
[list]
[li]duck[/li]
[li]rabbit[/li]
[li]mouse[/li]
[/list]

This would look like this.

  • duck
  • rabbit
  • mouse

      To create number list you can use the list tag.
Code: [Select]
[list type=decimal]
[li]duck[/li]
[li]rabbit[/li]
[li]mouse[/li]
[/list]

This would look like this.

  • duck
  • rabbit
  • mouse

       Now there is a huge list of valid types for you list, they are
  • none
  • disc
  • circle
  • square
  • decimal
  • decimal-leading-zero
  • lower-roman
  • upper-roman
  • lower-alpha
  • upper-alpha
  • lower-greek
  • lower-latin
  • upper-latin
  • hebrew
  • armenian
  • georgian
  • cjk-ideographic
  • hiragana
  • katakana
  • hiragana-iroha
  • katakana-iroha
Now not all types will be supported you have to experiment to fine out.

      This is and example of one of these types list tag.
Code: [Select]
[list type=upper-roman]
[li]duck[/li]
[li]rabbit[/li]
[li]mouse[/li]
[/list]

This would look like this.

  • duck
  • rabbit
  • mouse


  Finally there is this method of bulleting list
Code: [Select]
[list]
[o]circle
[O]circle
[*]disc
[@]disc
[+]square
[x]square
[#]square
[/list]

This looks like this

  • circle
  • circle
  • disc
  • disc
  • square
  • square
  • square

  To give a clearer understanding of the previous version heres another list
Code: [Select]
[list]
[o]duck
[O]rabbit
[*]mouse
[@]moose
[+]horse
[x]dog
[#]cat
[/list]

This looks like this

  • duck
  • rabbit
  • mouse
  • moose
  • horse
  • dog
  • cat
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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #9 on: April 28, 2012, 12:30:33 AM »
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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #10 on: April 28, 2012, 05:34:27 AM »
Still Yet Even More Tags

   I promise that when we are done I will show some neat things you can do with all this stuff, but we still have more tags to cover before we can play.


     
Code: [Select]
To create a table you use the Table Tag. This is actually three tags that work together. There is the [table] tag that creates the table. There is the [tr] tag that makes the table rows. Then there is the [td] tag (table data) that fills the row with the data you want. You do not have to have the same amount of [td] tags in each row. This could lead to creating sideways bar graphs.
Code: [Select]
[table]
[tr]
[td]Cat[/td][td]Dog[/td][td]Hamster[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]Horse[/td][td]Cow[/td][td]Sheep[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]Lion[/td][td]Deer[/td][td]Moose[/td]
[/tr]
[/table]

This would look like this:

CatDogHamster
HorseCowSheep
LionDeerMoose

    To include an email address in your post there is the email tag

Code: [Select]

[email]youremail@domain.com [/email]

This looks like this:

youremail@domain.com

    You can also hide your email address using the email tag

Code: [Select]
[email=youremail@domain.com] Mail Me [/email]

This looks like this:

Mail Me

    To add images to your post you can use the image tag. To make this work you need to have a viable web server to hold your images. Most use Photo Bucket. Most do not know that with every Version of Windows out there from xp onwards there is a  free web server available to run you your computer. You can make you own computer a web server and use it to post photos to your post. It is an involved process if any one is interested you can PM me and Ill provide more details.

Code: [Select]
[img] http://www.russianwomendiscussion.com/gallery/thumb_a_394.jpg [/img]

This looks like this:



     You can also combine the image tag with the url tag to make your image a link.

Code: [Select]
[url=http://www.russianwomendiscussion.com/index.php] [img] http://www.russianwomendiscussion.com/gallery/thumb_a_394.jpg [/img] [/url]
 

This looks like this:



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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #11 on: April 28, 2012, 07:38:10 AM »
Emoticons fun with your feelings

   Now everyone knows what emoticons are. What you may not know is there is an endless supply of emoticons available to you! The first place I go to find an appropriate one is here.





Now you ask how did he do that? Or maybe you know already. But here is the code behind it. I use a image tag with a reference to the emoticon from the web site.
Code: [Select]
[img]http://www.emoticonsfree.org/wp-content/uploads/sign0008.gif[/img]
   When you go to the emoticon web site if you right click on any emoticon they have you get a pop up window. This contains both a HTML version of the emoticon and a BBCode version of the emoticon. You can copy and paste the emoticon directly into your post to get one of their emoticons. Thy use a image tag nested in a url tag but you can remove the url part of the tag or just copy the image url and post it in-between an image tag to get the emoticon. 

Their version
Code: [Select]
[url=http://www.emoticonsfree.org/free-emoticons-happy.html][img]http://www.emoticonsfree.org/wp-content/uploads/happy0192.gif[/img][/url]

This looks like this:



My way is doing this.

Code: [Select]
[img] http://www.emoticonsfree.org/wp-content/uploads/happy0192.gif[/img]

This looks like this:



   Now here is one of my favorites the dancing emoticons while moving!

Code: [Select]
[move] [img]http://www.emoticonsfree.org/wp-content/uploads/jumping0045.gif[/img] [move]

This looks like this:



   Now lets combine some of the things we have learned to make an interesting post with emotions. Now I could say this

 I cant believe you said that!but this is much more meaningful. Make sure you mouse over the lagre acronym to see it's full meaning.


Code: [Select]
[glow=#23ACF0,2,300][size=24pt][acronym=What The Heck]WTH[/acronym][/size][/glow] [img] http://www.emoticonsfree.org/wp-content/uploads/mad0233.gif [/img] [color=Red][size=12pt]I cant believe you said that![/size][/color][br]
[move][shadow=LimeGreen,right][size=10pt] Can you please qualify what you ment I am not sure I understand your post[/size][/shadow] [img]http://www.emoticonsfree.org/wp-content/uploads/happy0207.gif[/img] [/move]

This looks like:


WTH I cant believe you said that!

Can you please qualify what you ment I am not sure I understand your post

 

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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #12 on: April 28, 2012, 09:40:38 AM »
Its all about the quote

   Now one of the most common things that happens on forums is to quote someone in your own post. We all know about the quote button on the top of everyones individual posts can place a quote in your post like so.

Code: [Select]
[quote author=Faux Pas link=topic=14322.msg286828#msg286828 date=1326990729]
happyandstable

Welcome to RWD!  :D
[/quote]

This looks like this:
happyandstable

Welcome to RWD!  :D

   What if you do not want to place the whole quote in your post but only  want to use a part of it. Well as Iphone users like to say theres an app for that! In this case though we can say theres a fix for that. The quote tag also has an attribute call name. it works like this.

Code: [Select]
[quote=happyandstable]
I never said that!
[/quote]

It looks like this:

Quote from: happyandstable
I never said that!

   So now you can use selected sections of others posts in your post. You have also seen how there are nested quotes in some posts. Just like any other tag you can nest a quote tags inside of another quote. Like this.

Code: [Select]
[quote=happyandstable]
I never said that!
[quote=happyandstable]
Yes I did ha ha ha
[/quote]
[/quote]

It looks like this:

Quote from: happyandstable
I never said that!
Quote from: happyandstable
Yes I did ha ha ha

   So using the quote and assigning the posters name(handle) as I have shown will allow you to cut, copy, and paste partial quotes while maintaining the posters handle so everyone will know whom you are quoting. If you wanted to keep the date and time it was said you can hit the quote button and just copy the date attribute from the quote like so.

Code: [Select]
[quote author=2tallbill link=topic=10852.msg296802#msg296802 date=1335381430]
ML was making a subtle joke about diapers 12-14 pounds. His joke was that
there is no way those diapers would hold 12-14 pounds of baby poop.
[/quote]

It looks like this:
ML was making a subtle joke about diapers 12-14 pounds. His joke was that
there is no way those diapers would hold 12-14 pounds of baby poop.
Now there is no limit to how far you can nest quotes like this

Code: [Select]
[quote=happyandstable]
Say that again?
[quote=happyandstable]
Say that again?
[quote=happyandstable]
Say that again?
[quote=happyandstable]
Say that again?
[/quote]
[/quote]
[/quote]
[/quote]

It looks like this:

Quote from: happyandstable
Say that again?
Quote from: happyandstable
Say that again?
Quote from: happyandstable
Say that again?
Quote from: happyandstable
Say that again?

   That should give you all a good handle on how to use quotes in your post.

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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #13 on: April 28, 2012, 12:12:58 PM »
More uses for Tables
 
 Now here is an interesting use of tables. I made a small bar graph. Now the data is nonexistent and I made this up as only and example so I make no claims to authenticity here

Code: [Select]

[big][center] Likeable Places[/center][big]
[center]
[table]
[tr]
[td] snowy climate[/td][td]*[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]Warm Beach[/td][td]*[/td][td]*[/td] [td]*[/td] [td]*[/td] [td]*[/td] [td]*[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]Smoke filled bar[/td] [td]*[/td] [td]*[/td] [td]*[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]Fine Dinning[/td] [td]*[/td] [td]*[/td] [td]*[/td][td]*[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]Town Dump[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]Fishing[/td] [td]*[/td][td]*[/td] [td]*[/td] [td]*[/td] [td]*[/td]
[/tr]
[/center]

This is how that looks:

   
Likeable Places

snowy climate*
Warm Beach******
Smoke filled bar***
Fine Dinning****
Town Dump
Fishing*****

   Yet another interesting way to use tables! Or is I like to call it the march of the dead horses.

Code: [Select]
[move]
[table]
[tr]
[td]:deadhorse:[/td][td]:deadhorse:[/td][td]:deadhorse:[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]:deadhorse:[/td][td]:deadhorse:[/td][td]:deadhorse:[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]:deadhorse:[/td][td]:deadhorse:[/td][td]:deadhorse:[/td]
[/tr]
[/table]
[/move]

That will look like this:

:deadhorse::deadhorse::deadhorse:
:deadhorse::deadhorse::deadhorse:
:deadhorse::deadhorse::deadhorse:


   Here is yet another fun use of tables.

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[table]
[tr]
[td][img]
http://www.russianwomendiscussion.com/gallery/thumb_a_134.jpg
[/img][/td]
[td][img]
http://www.russianwomendiscussion.com/gallery/thumb_a_132.jpg
[/img][/td]
[td][img]
http://www.russianwomendiscussion.com/gallery/thumb_a_387.jpg
[/img][/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td][img]
http://www.russianwomendiscussion.com/gallery/thumb_a_433.jpg
[/img][/td]
[td][img]
http://www.russianwomendiscussion.com/gallery/thumb_a_320.jpg
[/img][/td]
[td][img]
http://www.russianwomendiscussion.com/gallery/thumb_a_97.jpg
[/img][/td]
[/tr]
[/table]

That would look like this:


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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #14 on: April 29, 2012, 07:12:30 AM »
Attachments
         This is how you add attachments to your post. Go below the place where you type in your text. You see the line that says Attach:
Next to it youll see the browse button. Click on it and browse your computer pick the file you want to attach. You file will be attached when you post. Once caveat there is only certain files you can attached they are files with the following extentsions. doc, gif, jpg, mpg, pdf, png, txt, zip. Now this is not really BBCode related but I thought Id throw it in just for fun!

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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #15 on: April 30, 2012, 09:33:26 PM »
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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #16 on: May 13, 2012, 11:08:12 PM »


And how does this help me to get a Russian Girlfriend exactly?



LOL  just kiddin

This is a great post.  I had no idea you could insert mouse overs in bb code.  way cool.
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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #17 on: May 14, 2012, 08:36:55 AM »
And how does this help me to get a Russian Girlfriend exactly?

 Now mouse over the big red words to get your answer newjason!

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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #18 on: May 14, 2012, 08:39:48 AM »
The proceeding post was accomplished like this.


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[size=14pt][color=Red][acronym=Russian Women Like Smart Men]And how does this help me to get a Russian Girlfriend exactly?[/acronym][/color][/size]
[br] Now mouse over the big red words to get your answer newjason!

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Re: How to use BBCode to make your post more intresting
« Reply #19 on: May 16, 2012, 03:27:04 AM »
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