Custom BBCodes, and How They Work
So, because of the now three
custom BBCodes that are available for use, I thought I'd make a simple post describing and showcasing them so that if you'd like to use them, you can.Columns
If you'd like to use a two column format, you can use the column BBCode to do so.
The column BBCode works as follows:
|This text will be in column one||This text will be in column two|
The character "|" (usually above the "\" on the keyboard), acts as the separation point.
This can be used in signatures and posts to spread out information.Image Size
If you want to post an image, but it is too large, you can use the imgsize BBCode to do so.
The imgsize BBCode works as follows:
The two numbers will replace the width and height of the code, respectively. The image above would have a width of 400 pixels and a height of 200 pixels.Tab
If you'd like to indent the first line of a paragraph, similar to writing in a word processor, you can use the Tab BBCode to do so.
The tab BBCode works as follows:
By hitting the tab button, and then typing the paragraph AFTER the closing tag, it will indent the first line of the paragraph to the average indention size, as displayed in this paragraph. If you type your paragraph inside of the tab tags, or it will not function properly.
If you have any questions, ask them below.