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Started by WhizzB, June 07, 2004, 09:22:25 AM

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edi67

Quote from: [Unknown] on September 15, 2004, 03:53:22 PM
Yes... there is.  Why else would I have posted my cryptic reply to the "hide" topic?

Instead of '<div style="color: green;">$1</div>'... why not:

'<script language="JavaScript">var spolierid = Math.round(Math.random() * 10000); document.write(\'<a href="#" onclick="document.getElementById(&quot;spolier\' + spolierid + \'&quot;).style.display = &quot;&quot;; this.style.display = &quot;none&quot;; return false;">SPOILER: CLICK TO READ</a><span id="spoiler\' + spolierid + \'">\');</script>$1<script language="JavaScript">document.write(\'</span>\');</script>'

In theory, that shoudl hide it until you click to show.  If javscript is off, it won't be hidden at all.

-[Unknown]

where i must try to put this comand for hide topic?
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Anguz

For new tags without attributes (parameters), like the sarcasm tag mentioned in this topic, you can now use this mod
http://mods.simplemachines.org/index.php?mod=48
Cristián Lávaque http://cristianlavaque.com


EG

#23
I would like to create a bbc tag, so that when used, a line of text is shown first, and then what the person types between the tag.

I think I need to use echo.... but I cant figure it out, keep getting parse errors :-\

Ravenous

I add an OoC(Out of Charakter) tag to my forum. What should i do with this code, that "Out of Charakter" is shown above that message like "Quote"?


Ravenous


[Unknown]

'~\[ooc\](.+?)\[/ooc\]~i' => '<div class="quoteheader">Out of Character:</div><div class="quote">$1</div>',

-[Unknown]

oSa

Quote from: [Unknown] on June 07, 2004, 09:35:45 AM
This is not a built in feature, but you can add it.  The way to add it, however, will be changing in the next version.  For the current version:

Sources/Subs.php, Find:
// [me=Comment]does something[/me]
'/\[me=&quot;(.+?)&quot;\](.+?)\[\/me\](?:<br \/>)?/is',


Add after:
'~\[you( /)?\]~i',

And then find:
// Something "me" is doing.
'<div class="meaction">* $1 $2</div>',


And add right after that:
$context['user']['name'],

In the next version, you'll find this in the same file:
// [me=Comment]does something[/me]
'~\[me=((?:&quot;)?)(.{1,80}?)\\1\](.+?)\[/me\](?:<br />)?~i' => '<div class="meaction">* $2 $3</div>',


And add after it:
'~\[you( />)?\]~i' => $context['user']['name'],

-[Unknown]

How can i add this tag using the custom bb code mod?

Rain501

#28
okie dokie..

1.1 is giving me beef..

in the subs.php file, firstly i tried adding this to the $codes array :


array(
'tag' => 'iframe',
'type' => 'unparsed_content',
'before' => '<iframe src="http://xyz.abc.com/$1.html" scrolling="no" frameBorder="0" height="240" width="104"></iframe>',
'after' => '',
),


which gives me errors...


Warning: main(/home/rain501/public_html/forums/Sources/Subs.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/rain501/public_html/forums/index.php on line 48

Fatal error: main(): Failed opening required '/home/rain501/public_html/forums/Sources/Subs.php' (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/rain501/public_html/forums/index.php on line 48


And the same if i tag that out side of the $codes object, above the 'bbc goes above this line' line.

I then tried sticking the full sarcasm tag, copied from above onto the line above the 'stick yer bbc code above this line' line.. ;)

Still the errors :(

Anyone willing to point out where i'm going wrong?

EDIT:

Sorted it by rejigging the Array vars, so its all gravy now :)

Vinspire

This is a build in function in SMF 1.1 RC 2 right ?

topdog2k

Quote from: [Unknown] on June 07, 2004, 09:35:45 AM
This is not a built in feature, but you can add it.  The way to add it, however, will be changing in the next version.  For the current version:

Sources/Subs.php, Find:
// [me=Comment]does something[/me]
'/\[me=&quot;(.+?)&quot;\](.+?)\[\/me\](?:<br \/>)?/is',


Add after:
'~\[you( /)?\]~i',

And then find:
// Something "me" is doing.
'<div class="meaction">* $1 $2</div>',


And add right after that:
$context['user']['name'],

In the next version, you'll find this in the same file:
// [me=Comment]does something[/me]
'~\[me=((?:&quot;)?)(.{1,80}?)\\1\](.+?)\[/me\](?:<br />)?~i' => '<div class="meaction">* $2 $3</div>',


And add after it:
'~\[you( />)?\]~i' => $context['user']['name'],

-[Unknown]

I know this thread is dead but I will ask anyways.  Can the [you] tag be modified so other information about the user can be displayed such as the users ip or email, etc...

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