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      • #212920 Reply
        geekdom
        AskWoody Plus

        Forum Alphabetical Order bbCode List

        A forum alphabetical bbCode list is provided here. These are codes that work in this forum; I have omitted those that don’t work in this forum.

        • This introductory post provides a little information.
        • The subsequent post will show the code.
        • The last post will show the implemented code.

        bbCode is not forgiving. Open a text editor, create your bbCode, and copy the code into forum edit box. There are many — nay, thousands of — ways to botch the code.

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      • #212921 Reply
        geekdom
        AskWoody Plus

        Each code post is presented by giving the name, followed on the next line by the command.

        To get the bbCode to show here:
        [ pre ] was used at start information without spaces.
        [ /pre ] was used at end information without spaces.

        bold
        [b]text[/b]
        ————–
        color
        [color color=blue]text[/color]
        ————–
        center
        [center]text[/center]
        ————–
        image
        [img][/img]
        ————–
        italic
        [i]text[/i]
        ————–
        left
        [left]text[/left]
        ————–
        link
        [url]https://www.askwoody.com/[/url]
        ————–
        ordered list
        [ol]
             [li]text[/li]   
             [li]text[/li]
        [/ol]
        ————–
        quote
        [quote]text[/quote]
        ————–
        right
        [right]text[/right]
        ————–
        size
        [size size=25]text[/size]
        ————–
        strikeover
        [s]text[/s]
        ————–
        unordered list
        [ul]
             [li]text[/li]   
             [li]text[/li]
        [/ul]
        ————–
        underline
        [u]text[/u]
        
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      • #212922 Reply
        geekdom
        AskWoody Plus

        bold
        text
        ————–
        color
        text
        ————–
        center

        text

        ————–
        image

        ————–
        italic
        text
        ————–
        left

        text

        ————–
        link
        https://www.askwoody.com/
        ————–
        ordered list

        1. text
        2. text

        ————–
        quote

        text

        ————–
        right

        text

        ————–
        size
        text
        ————–
        strikeover
        text
        ————–
        unordered list

        • text
        • text

        ————–
        underline
        text

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      • #212936 Reply
        MrJimPhelps
        AskWoody_MVP

        Excellent!

        I never knew about the “pre” command. The only way I knew to display this stuff was as a graphic rather than text. Very helpful.

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      • #212944 Reply
        BobbyB
        AskWoody Lounger

        1. Testing
        2. 1,2,3,4
        3. does that work?

        Thanx handy to know 😉

      • #212947 Reply
        Microfix
        Da Boss

        This could actually be of benefit to Susan Bradley for the ‘Master Patch List’, as the text size and formating would look much better with smaller text 😉

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      • #213344 Reply
        geekdom
        AskWoody Plus

        Here is another:

        horizontal rule
        [hr][/hr]
        

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      • #213346 Reply
        geekdom
        AskWoody Plus

        Addendum:
        I’ve had mixed results when using working bbCode (the ones shown in this topic) with the edit tags in this forum. It probably works best not to embed bbCode into html or html into bbCode.

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        • #213351 Reply
          Kirsty
          Da Boss

          html isn’t part of the text editor software, which is why the box above the text editor says:

          You can use BBCodes to format your content.
          Your account can’t use Advanced BBCodes, they will be stripped before saving.

          html is limited due to security concerns, as I have understood it.

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      • #2019748 Reply
        EyesOnWindows
        AskWoody Lounger

        When you click on Quote these BBCodes are placed in your text. For example:

        [postquote quote=212920][/postquote]

        If you wish to place a break in a line without starting a new paragraph use shift-return. Here are three words entered using shift-return to separate them:

        First
        middle
        last.

        You can also use

        [br]

        Colors can also be specified using #RRGGBB with a pair of hex digits indicating the value of 0 to 255 for each of the primary colors red, green and blue. In my signature I am using:

        [b][color color=#0078D7]Signature[/color][/b]

        Signature

         

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    You can use BBCodes to format your content.
    Your account can't use Advanced BBCodes, they will be stripped before saving.