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    Popular Forum Codes Page / Added

    We created a quick code look-up page, here: https://darebee.com/hive/codes Also see bottom the Hive menu.
    It includes popular forum tags you can use in your posts.

    We hope you find it useful!


    DAREBEE Team

    #2
    That's awesome!

    And soooo useful, that probably comes in handy quite often. Thank you!






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      #3
      That's great, Neila, thank you very much!

      Something else I've ended up knowing about but isn't easy to find out by oneself:
      If you want to quote different people in the same post, you can click the "quote" button several times.
      At first, it won't look like it's working (because each new "quote" will replace the previous one).

      But if you then click on "post reply" (the red box in the upper left corner), all the posts you quoted will appear in your reply. You can just easily edit out the bits you don't want to keep.

      (Note that, for some reason, this doesn't work if the posts aren't on the same page)

      Also note that posts in the News section can't be quoted, so if you want to try it, you'll have to post somewhere else.
      Last edited by Redline; March 2nd, 2019, 01:24 PM.

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        #4
        @DAREBEE Team Thanx!

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          #5
          Oh, neat!

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            #6
            As I'm just studying HTML5 and CSS in school at the moment, this was pretty interesting!

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              #7
              MauserKnight These are more like BB codes than HTML. Maybe that's also interesting for you to check out?

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                #8
                Fonzie! After a short research BBCode seems like a lightweight version of HTML used primarily in forums and such. Makes sense, maybe I'll look into that as well. The tags weren't that different in general so I believe HTML and XHTML will provide me with all the groundwork necessary for studying BBCode.

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                  #9
                  MauserKnight ... the BBCode mentioned ... the Bulletin Board Codes from the pre-browser 8-bit days? Fun, at the time.
                  More amusing than anything else. I'm easily amused. ​​​​​​​

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