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Forum rules posting - a suggestion

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Forum rules posting - a suggestion

I'm glad to see that Chilly has used the anchor feature in the [iurl=http://community.plus.net/forum/index.php?topic=218.0]General: Forum Rules In Depth[/iurl] posting, but wouldn't it be more normal to use iurl rather than url tags to navigate within the same posting? (A few [top] links would then be really swishy).
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Re: Forum rules posting - a suggestion

Did you not see what happened when you clicked the link in my post?
Have you looked at the manuals on the SMF website? (try mouseover on the SMF)
Complete reference to BB codes: http://docs.simplemachines.org/index.php?board=22.0;sort=subject
For moderators: http://docs.simplemachines.org/index.php?board=6.0;sort=subject
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Re: Forum rules posting - a suggestion

Ooh - I've just found a new one myself. You can stop BBCode being interpreted in-line without resorting to the ugliness of using code tags.
Example [acronym=Simple Machines Forum]SMF[/acronym] which appears as SMF
This is done using the nobbc tags thus:
[nobbc][acronym=Simple Machines Forum]SMF[/acronym][/nobbc]
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Re: Forum rules posting - a suggestion

I am in Ireland this week, with work.
Thanks for the heads up.
James feel free if you have the time, othetwise I will take a look once I get time. (Just let me know, as I have a Word master copy)
Chilly
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Re: Forum rules posting - a suggestion

Sorry Jelv I spent all night hang around the bar to buy you are drink, for this suggestion. And ended having to drink it myself.  Grin
Chilly