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MZ1

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how can i add this new bbcode in the forum plugin?

example:

http://skrap.nar.co.il/spoiler.html

like this:

PHP Formatted Code
[hide]the user dont see this[/hide]


anyone know how to do this?

thanks

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mz

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any idea about this?
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Dirk

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You can't just add new bbcode tags. Someone would have to extend the bbcode parser.

bye, Dirk
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::Ben

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Hello,

Can you explain me why do you need to hide content?

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jmucchiello

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Hide or Spoiler bb tags are extremely common in most forum software. Suppose you are running a website about your favorite TV show. You might have a rule in the forum that discussion of recent episodes must not contain spoilers about the show since it may not have all over the world yet. So people can still discuss the last episode by putting the spoiler text inside a bb tag [spoiler]that hides the juicy details[/spoiler]. On some forums, the [spoiler] tag creates a button that controls the visibility of a div containing the text. On other forums, it simply prints the hidden text with the same foreground and background color. Still, it has been common on forum software for several years now.
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mz

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Quote by: Dirk

You can't just add new bbcode tags. Someone would have to extend the bbcode parser.

bye, Dirk




Hi Dirk,

I know that, but could you give me an explanation of what files and which part of the database I have to edit?

I´m a little experienced, but it would be better if you could help me with this..

bye,

Terra.
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Dirk

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I'm not familiar with the internals of the Forum plugin, but the bbcode parser should be easy enough to find, I would think.

bye, Dirk
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::Ben

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Hello,

@ Joe Thanks.

@ mj everything seems to be in public_html/forum/include/gf_format.php
PHP Formatted Code

function do_bbcode_XXX

function gf_formatTextBlock
 


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mz

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thank you for your answers, I think that this will be very hard, but I´ll be working on it, I´ll give you my answer as soon as i can with the progress of this small addon..


bye

MZ
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