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  • Faruk
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    http://everythingvb.com/misc.php?do=bbcode#float

    You can use my float tag to mimic tables without the risk of your page layouts being messed up by people using table-bbcodes improperly.

    See attached image..
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  • diades
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    Originally posted by msimplay
    hmm i need code tags for tables
    because when people use the image tag they just end up displaying all the way down the page
    This can be done but, it is another dangerous one in that it can screw the page if the user gets it wrong. For fullest adaptability I have done it using three tags, [grid], [row] and [cell] you would also have to eonsure that no whitespace is between any vbcode tags, eg:
    [grid][row][cell]Blah[/cell][/row][/grid]
    not:
    [grid]
    [row]
    [cell]Blah[/cell]
    [/row]
    [/grid]
    as that also has an adverse effect.

    [grid]
    bbCode:
    [grid="your attributes"]Table content[/grid]
    HTML:
    <table [option] summary="">Table content</table>
    Use option = yes

    [row]
    bbCode:
    [row]Row cells[/row]
    HTML:
    <tr>Row content</tr>
    Use option = no

    [cell]
    bbCode:
    [cell="your attributes"]Cell 1[/cell]
    HTML:
    <td [option]>Blah</td>
    Use option = yes

    Now it has to be put together:
    Code:
    [grid="style='width:200px;border-collapse:collapse;'"][row][cell="style='width:33%;border:1px solid #0000ff;padding:5px'"]Your bbcode/text here[/cell][cell="style='width:33%;border:1px solid #0000ff;padding:5px'"]Your bbcode/text here[/cell][cell="style='width:33%;border:1px solid #0000ff;padding:5px'"]Your bbcode/text here[/cell][/row][/grid]
    We run an web development forum and it is not one that I would allow the members to use as it is far too easy to mess up.

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  • Mika
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    Originally posted by Orfejs
    Sadie Frost vbmenu_register("postmenu_603364", true);
    Uh, where should I put this?

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  • phenom
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    Is there a way to make it so the text used in the glow tags remains on the same line, i.e.

    This text is glowing.

    ...where the word "text" is glowing and the others are not, as opposed to...

    This
    text
    is glowing.

    ...where the word "text" is glowing, but div puts it on another line?

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  • rebelsrock06
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    heres two



    Code: UP

    Replacement:
    Code:
    <SUP>{param}</SUP>
    Example:

    25[up]3[/up]

    {option}:

    NO




    -----------------------------


    Code:

    Down


    Replacement:
    Code:
    <SUB>{param}</SUB>
    Example:

    H[down]2[/down]O


    {option}:

    NO

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  • Sadie Frost
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    Originally posted by Orfejs
    Sadie Frost vbmenu_register("postmenu_603364", true);
    Member




    Your spoiler is fine
    I'm sorry, I'm slow - I don't understand what you mean. Thanks for trying to help though

    Edit: I figured out you can use &#8217 ; instead of a ' and the popup will work
    Last edited by Sadie Frost; Sun 1st Feb '04, 1:58pm.

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  • Orfejs
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    Sadie Frost vbmenu_register("postmenu_603364", true);
    Member




    Your spoiler is fine

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  • Sadie Frost
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    Originally posted by Zzed
    I have another version of the Spoiler tag. This one creates a button with a customizable title, and when you click on it, it pops a dialog box with the spoiler contents.

    vB Code tag:

    spoiler


    vB Code replacement:
    Code:
    <input type="button" value="{option}" name="B1" onClick="alert('{param}')">
    vB Code example:

    [spoiler=Click Here!]This is the spoiler text...[/spoiler]

    Use {option} ?:

    Yes


    See this thread on my site for a working demo: http://www.ls1.com/forums/showthread...hreadid=110647

    Hope you guys like it.
    I LOVE this one - however I get a javascript error if the bit of spoiler text has a ' in it somewhere

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  • jedimaster
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    You made that av? It's hilarious- and it's made it alllll over the net

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  • Orfejs
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    Originally posted by D7MeEe
    Nice stuff, thanks for posting them
    Nice to see you're having an avatar I made for webmaxtor.com, heh

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  • jedimaster
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    I can't seem to get this to work- I'm using VB3- here's what I entered- did I screw up? There must be something I'm missing.

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  • MaDCaT75
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    heres my contribution:

    --------------------
    SPOILER TAGS
    --------------------

    replacement code:

    Code:
    <table><tr bgcolor="{option}"><td><font color="{option}" size="2">{param}</font></td></tr></table>
    Example:
    [spoiler]If only you could read this text, oh wait, you can![/spoiler]

    Use {option}? : YES

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  • Orfejs
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    Some typi errors.

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  • Beth
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    some of them wont work for me?!
    linkID
    blur
    icq
    but thank you for the rest of them. I dont know whether i'll use them or not, but i have the page marked for the future

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  • D7MeEe
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    Nice stuff, thanks for posting them

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