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  • as-i-said
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    thanks very much for your help, hope you win the title, I wont tell anyone you helped an Arsenal supporter

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  • punchbowl
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    Geek!

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  • as-i-said
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    I missed the forward slash in the second crossword, you are a star
    it works http://www.bikerbabble.com/showthrea...=1733#post1733

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  • punchbowl
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    Make sure the forum is set to allow bbcode

    admincp>forum manager

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  • punchbowl
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    You added a bbcode exactly as per the picture then used [crossword].[/crossword] in a post and code came out?

    Recheck everything then do it again more slowly.

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  • as-i-said
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    thanks, just tried it , but it came up as the code , not the crossword

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  • punchbowl
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    Originally posted by as-i-said View Post
    you're right, that will drive them all nuts.
    think i'll go with the forum creation, could I put games and so on in as a forum in the same way?
    (Ill leave you alone now...promise)
    Yep - anything that gives you a bit of html to insert on your site can be done with bbcode in a similar way.

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  • as-i-said
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    you're right, that will drive them all nuts.
    think i'll go with the forum creation, could I put games and so on in as a forum in the same way?
    (Ill leave you alone now...promise)

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  • punchbowl
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    Originally posted by as-i-said View Post
    and if I wanted it up by my header?
    or is that too complicated?
    If you put it in your header then every page on your site will have a crossword puzzle at the top. I don't think that's what you really want

    Not complicated though: Just go to styles manager>edit templates open up the header template and add the html after "$ad_location[ad_header_end]"

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  • as-i-said
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    and if I wanted it up by my header?
    or is that too complicated?

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  • punchbowl
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    Or you could just add the bbcode as shown above and post it in a thread. Sent you a link, I've just done it on my site.

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  • as-i-said
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    so, I need to go into templates then ?

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  • punchbowl
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    To add to any post use a bbcode:

    The html is the html supplied by the crossword site.

    To show on a specific template (forumhome etc) open up the specific template and add the code where you want it to appear.
    Attached Files

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  • punchbowl
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    Very easy to do but best off asking over at vbulletin.org as it would be a modification.

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  • as-i-said
    started a topic have searched, but .....

    have searched, but .....

    the few treads i found were out of date ...link wise.
    So, I have found this...http://www.freecrosswordpuzzles.com.au/Webmasters.aspx, and wonderedhow I would intergrate it into my forum, here, www.bikerbabble.com.
    my programming knowledge is nil, just started last week, any help would be appreciated

    thanks for looking
    AIS

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