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SMILEYS
« on: April 22, 2011, 04:40:16 PM »
Not sure what forum to post this in as it doesn't really fall under any category. I'm sure Mike B. will find a home for it.

Since some have had difficulty with smiley's when the forum came back up here's a handy code listing for all the smiley's. Enjoy. :)

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:)
= :)

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;)
= ;)

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:D
= :D

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:(
= :(
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>:(
= >:(

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::)
= ::)

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;D
= ;D

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8)
= 8)

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:o
= :o

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???
= ???

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:P
= :P

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:-[
= :-[

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:-X
= :-X

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:-\
= :-\

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:-*
= :-*

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:'(
= :'(
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Re: SMILEYS
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2011, 06:37:24 AM »
Btw Thomas, how do you highlight someone's quote in purple? Thx :)

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Re: SMILEYS
« Reply #2 on: April 23, 2011, 10:40:16 AM »
Btw Thomas, how do you highlight someone's quote in purple? Thx :)

If you would like to quote someone's post, indicating that you are replying to their post or referring to their post, you would click on the "Quote" button at the top right corner of the post to which you would like to reply. The message window in which you would compose your post is then prefilled with the quoted post.

There are other buttons that have other functions that you may want to experiment with, as there are with other types of message boards or forums.
« Last Edit: April 23, 2011, 10:42:52 AM by DCJ001 »

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Re: SMILEYS
« Reply #3 on: April 25, 2011, 01:05:08 AM »
Btw Thomas, how do you highlight someone's quote in purple? Thx :)

If you would like to quote someone's post, indicating that you are replying to their post or referring to their post, you would click on the "Quote" button at the top right corner of the post to which you would like to reply. The message window in which you would compose your post is then prefilled with the quoted post.

There are other buttons that have other functions that you may want to experiment with, as there are with other types of message boards or forums.

Like DCJ001 said, if you just want to quote someone else's post you click the QUOTE button and it will do it automatically for you.
However, let's say you want to answer multiple statements within that one post. Then here's what you do:

Quote
Btw Thomas, how do you highlight someone's quote in purple? Thx :)
Is coded in UBB below
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[quote]Btw Thomas, how do you highlight someone's quote in purple? Thx :)[/quote]

Use the quote tags as to quote any part of a post: [quote] INSERT WORD/SENTENCE HERE [/quote]
If you want to make your reply stand out inside of a quote you can use different color text by the code below like this:
Quote
Btw Thomas, how do you highlight someone's quote in purple? Thx :)
See the code below

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[quote]Btw Thomas, how do you highlight someone's quote in purple? Thx :)
[color=blue]See the code below[/color][/quote]

Do a quick search on any search engine for UBB Code and you'll be able to use it on 95% of all forums. Some forums are coded slightly different than others.

Other simple codes are:
BOLD TEXT
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[b]BOLD TEXT[/b]

ITALICS
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[i]ITALICS[/i]
UNDERLINE
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[u]UNDERLINE[/u]
STRIKE
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[s]STRIKE[/s]
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