Welcome, to the bb coding, tips and tricks!
This is a thread, dedicated to helping users with Cr's forum coding
Now, lets begin with showing you how to make a quote, without a quote:
These two buttons, and checkbox. Do work together. If you select a certain amount of checkboxs on a thread.The checkbox is the white box next to the orange quote text, by the way. You will then have to use the 'quote selected' button. But, if you just want to quote one person. Then just select the option 'quote' instead
Now, when it comes to the quoting area. Which should look like something like this, just a fyi:
But, the post in itself doesn't need ANYTHING inside of it. Infact delete everything inside the text area already. Now your text area should be blank, like this:
Now, just type anything down...Well, something relevant to the subject of the thread and post xD But, after clicking the 'post reply' button. You will have then posted a quoted post. Now, the person who you quoted will have then gotten a notification about your post. Which would look something like this:
& then, like this:
Just place the [quote ] [ /quote] inside a [ columnset widths=" "] [ /columnset] then your coding should look like this
Now, inside of the " " in the coding, just type out a three percentages, which equal 100%. But, make sure to just leave a space between each percentage. Which should look like:
Now, your quote size should change, like so
First, Type down this:
remove the *'s and place any type of bb-coding in between both of the code coding. Then you will get something like this:
please note: This does not work for the [*code] code though
First, put down a url in your post. Anything will do, just nothing above pg-13 xD . Next, put a [ link url=" at the start of the url, then put a
] after it. Now, try not to have any spaces, expect between the "] [/ part that is, and between the link url part too. Now, your coding should resemble something along these lines:
Now, text something in between the "] [/ part. Now, once you do that, your code should work, like So
But, we still have the orange color, huh? Well, we need to fix that now. So, just add:
Around the text between the "] [/ part. Now, your link should work and look like something along these lines and So
Just use this coding, instead of the [link url one:
place whatever you wish to call the url, in-between the " " symbols. Then place the actual url in-between the open space ] [/ then your coding should be similar to this:
afterwards, So is your answer.
Now, just to prove this spoiler was not cutoff. I will post a random picture below:
First thing is first, thing is a proper link to a crunchyroll library article now.
The format for the buttons just place any text in a format like such:
The link will either be of two thing, one is a existing article in crunchyroll. The other is a 'create a article' thing, which would look kinda like this, or http://www.crunchyroll.com/quickcreatearticle?name=this in url stand points.
The button known as "add library links" is more of a person to person type of use of the format layout of the button. It is, in blunt here, just a gui version of the code
than anything else. But, the "smart-detect library links" is more of a "do this for me" type.
The smart detect will automatically link anything in the area of your post to a existing library article on crunchyroll, No matter the cost. In order to control what you want it turn focus on, rather than the entire post in itself. All you have to do is highlight a certain section in your post, and it will just read that area and nothing else.
Now, just for why not's I shall leave you with a crunchyroll lib link
Now, just a fyi here. This is going to be all done with outsourcing. Which mean a method in which you upload a image from another site. So, The best method to do this is use the "image" button, and not the "image upload" button.
Now, after clicking the "image" button you will get a "enter your url" thing, this is where you will provide a url like this:
Now, I what you are thinking "how did you get that url?" and the answer for that is rather simple to answer. All you have to do is right click on said image, then click the option "open image in new tab" .
Btw: the tab in which you are copying the url should just have a image on it, like this:
After the image url is pasted in, just click "ok".
then your image will pop up on the location of the " | " in the post. In example:
*Disclaimer: this thread is just to help users with Bb coding in a more in-depth way. nothing more, nothing less
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I would recommend checking out this user's page about bbcodes on CR, although it is somewhat outdated it is still very valid.
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