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chibiNekomancer
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Using HTML in posts

Post by chibiNekomancer » 2004-09-13 17:14

Hi

I was checking the faq for using html in posts. I have been trying to use tables in order to post some lyrics, wich until now have become a long thread of songs (well, only a few :P , but the thread is growing because of the short sentences), i was thinking of using tables to reduce the space. :D

I don't know if i ask for permission to use html or something like that, but what i do want to know is wich tabs are active (since the faq says SOME code does work :o ).

All in all, asking for ways to make efficient posts, for easier reading and raising replies! (spanish section is so lonely :cry: )

HINT: About the maaya site... since its been a while, why not make the main html an enhancement for people to notice the forum more, instead of reading that the site is under construction. In other words, make the forum the main thing for now, do you agree?.
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Post by Merri » 2004-09-13 22:59

The current active tags are b,i,u,pre

I guess I could add a,table,tr,td,div,p but please note br is added after each line change, which makes constructing tables a little bit harder.
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Post by chibiNekomancer » 2004-09-14 22:11

[quote="Merri"]The current active tags are b,i,u,pre

I guess I could add a,table,tr,td,div,p but please note br is added after each line change, which makes constructing tables a little bit harder.[/quote]

So.... you could... um.. but did you?

*TEST XD*

Reference:
<a href="http://maayas.net/forum">Maaya Forum</a>

Parragraph:
<p> Current Book im reading: The body thief </p>

Tables!:

<TABLE BORDER>
<TR>
<TD>A</TD> <TD>B</TD> <TD>C</TD>
</TR>
<TR>
<TD>D</TD> <TD>E</TD> <TD>F</TD>
</TR>
</TABLE>

... so the thing you said about br is.... what happened huh... 9_9
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Post by Merri » 2004-09-15 02:19

Yeah. You shouldn't have line changes. Basically make it all in one line until you get to the end of each cell. Quote this message and you see the code below.

TABLE STARTS HERE
<table><tr><td>Test 1
</td><td>Test 2
</td></tr><tr><td>Test 3
</td><td>Test 4
</td></tr></table>
TABLE ENDS HERE
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Post by chibiNekomancer » 2004-09-15 05:46

[quote="Merri"]Yeah. You shouldn't have line changes. Basically make it all in one line until you get to the end of each cell. Quote this message and you see the code below.

Code: Select all

TABLE STARTS HERE
<table><tr><td>Test 1
</td><td>Test 2
</td></tr><tr><td>Test 3
</td><td>Test 4
</td></tr></table>
TABLE ENDS HERE
[/quote]

What have we learned today? ^^

Thanks for help. I will make note of it!
*Off to edit lots of posts*
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