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1) Highlight the text you want to be a link. Click the button on top of the editor that looks like a planet with a piece of chain on it (a link of chain). Enter the url and click ok. All done.

If you want to do it by hand, you use [URL] [/URL] tags, like this: You want to check [url="http://www.google.com"]google[/url].

2) You use the [quote] [/quote] tags. [quote=frogboy77]I love unicorns[/quote] would quote you. If you click the 'reply' button on the left it automatically quotes the persons text.

3) I'm not sure the exact BBCODE tage, but there should be a link to them right about here

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Really good post, couldn't have asked for more!!..

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Don't post nonsense like this here just to spam your signature. The links are nofollow and only visible to logged in users anyway.
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What is the desired behavior on #3? If you type the link in plain text, it will be parsed into the abbreviated form like that automatically.

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What is the desired behavior on #3? If you type the link in plain text, it will be parsed into the abbreviated form like that automatically.

I believe he's referring to the video on the page he linked to, not the link itself.

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I believe he's referring to the video on the page he linked to, not the link itself.

Palm2Face() sorry totally missed what he meant!

To answer the question:[youtube]HEheh1BH34Q[/youtube] is what he used (for reference:hitting reply to on his post quotes his message directly so you can see all of his tags, then just hit the back button to escape).

Edited by jonsca: n/a

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