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    Credit for all BBcodes to some people from ozone2000's thread and me. The add new code link can be reached at http://www.yoursite.com/forums/admin...ode.php?do=add

    Spoiler
    In your main CSS, add the following to your "Additional CSS Definitions":
    Code:
    .spoiler { COLOR: #000000; BACKGROUND-COLOR: #000000 }
    In your BB Code Manager, input the following:

    Title:
    Spoiler Tags

    Tag:
    spoiler

    Replacement:
    Code:
    <span class="spoiler" onmouseover="this.style.color='#FFFFFF';" onmouseout="this.style.color=this.style.backgroundColor='#0000 00'">{param}</span>
    Example:
    [spoiler]You can't see this... Wait you can.[/spoiler]

    Use Option:
    No


    Droplist

    To add the droplist you need both of these codes. (option & drop)

    Title:
    Drop

    Tag:
    drop

    Replacement:
    Code:
    <select>{param}</select>
    Use Option:
    No


    Title:
    Option

    Tag:
    option

    Replacement:
    Code:
    <option>{param}</option>
    Use Option:
    No



    Center

    Title:
    Center

    Tag:
    center

    Replacement:
    Code:
    <center>{param}</center>
    Use Option:
    No



    Hide Tag

    For those of you who have a hide tag installed and would like a button to go with it.

    Title:
    Hide

    Tag:
    hide

    Replacement:
    Code:
    [hide]{param}[/hide]
    Use Option:
    No

    Button Image:
    Do not hotlink my image.
    http://img95.exs.cx/img95/34/hide9ql.gif



    Blink

    Title:
    Blink

    Tag:
    blink

    Replacement:
    Code:
    <span style="text-decoration: blink;">{param}
    Example:
    [blink]Cool, I blink[/blink]

    Use option:
    No



    Shadow text

    Title:
    Shadow

    Tag:
    shadow

    Replacement:
    Code:
    <div style="width:100%; filter:shadow(color={option}, direction=225)">{param}
    Example:
    [shadow=black]this text drops shadow[/shadow]

    Use Option:
    Yes



    Glow text

    Title:
    Glow

    Tag:
    glow

    Replacement:
    Code:
    <div style="width:100%; filter:glow(color={option}, strength=4)">{param}
    Example:
    [glow=blue]this text is glowing[/glow]

    Use Option:
    Yes



    Moving text

    Title:
    Move

    Tag:
    move

    Replacement:
    Code:
    <table height=100 width=300><tr><td style="filter:bold(color=black strength=1);font-family:arial;font-weight: BOLD;font-size:'14'"><marquee direction="right">{param}<br></table>
    Example:
    [move]This Moves Across The Screen[/move]

    Use Option:
    No



    Pong

    Title:
    Pong

    Tag:
    pong

    Replacement:
    Code:
    <table height=100 width=300><tr><td style="filter:bold(color=black strength=1);font-family:arial;font-weight: BOLD;font-size:'14'"><marquee behavior="alternate">{param}<br></table>
    Example:
    [pong]This text bounces left and right.[/pong]

    Use Option:
    No



    Up

    Title:
    Up

    Tag:
    up

    Replacement:
    Code:
    <sup>{param}</sup>
    Example:
    Example[up]2[/up]

    Use Option:
    No

    Feel free to add to the list and I will update it into this post.

    Check out my sites:
    http://www.iwforums.com
    http://www.wrestling-dungeon.com
    Last edited by JsnakeJ; Tue 12th Apr '05, 10:31am.
    Help Threads: BBcodes

    My Sites: Wrestling-Dungeon | Immortal Wrestling

  • #2
    Fantastic thread. I may be a newbie but that is the best thread I have seen. Great work Jake and the thread that he edited!

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    • #3
      <right> and <left> are not valid HTML. You should use a div or span with style="text-align: right;" or style="text-align: left;"
      Dean Clatworthy - Web Developer/Designer

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      • #4
        ok pong and blink are wicked cool. rock on!

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        • #5
          You should also really avoid using filter due to the lack of support on any non Windows Browser.

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          • #6
            Is filter the reason glow refuses to show in Mozilla? Cause that would sure make it more clear when reporting bug to Mozilla.

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            • #7
              Mozilla know exactly why glow doesn't work and it isn't a bug. They just don't choose to support MS's ideas of creating their own standards in the form of filters
              Last edited by Dean C; Fri 29th Apr '05, 2:13pm.
              Dean Clatworthy - Web Developer/Designer

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              • #8
                Thanks I guess the next best logic would be for someone to make one that works with Mozilla. Not that t would ever be me. I am just learning html and php. I am lucky if can add a link on my own just yet.

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                • #9
                  Dean, thats not true, mozilla has a ton of non standard CSS tags as well.

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                  • #10
                    I didn't say they didn't. I said they don't support IE's
                    Dean Clatworthy - Web Developer/Designer

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                    • #11
                      move and shadow wont work for me

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                      • #12
                        i can see the blinking one working for me, but none of my members can see it.

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                        • #13
                          Amazing indeed! Thank you very much!

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