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Post by Guest January 31st 2009, 7:04 pm

First topic message reminder :

Well I just spend 2 hours on probably the best tutorial for colors and fonts, but because of the lame ass characters limit I couldn't post it in one post.

And it would be confusing for the new member to coherately flow through the tutorial if it was broken up.
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Post by Splytte April 22nd 2009, 7:46 pm

Caihlem wrote:Splytte:
CSS: C'est Super & Splendide loove
(That means accepted tongue)

I speak French you know Wink

Glad you like Smile

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Post by Caihlem April 22nd 2009, 8:55 pm

I translated not only for you Wink
I'm aware that Belgium people tend to speak alot of languages loove
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Post by Splytte April 22nd 2009, 9:43 pm

I try to be as opened as possible to other cultures Wink

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Post by LUDAKLUDI April 25th 2009, 5:06 pm

Good Contact Form Html Code
this is how it look on my forum ...
https://2img.net/r/ihimizer/img18/8858/91327587.jpg


To install make new HTML page in
Admin CP -> Modules -> HTML -> HTML pages management
Create new HTML page

Title * : contact
Do you wish to use your forum page header and page footer ? YES !!

Use this page as homepage ? NO !!

Html source * : (put this code)
Code:

<table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="100%" class="three-col">
   <tbody>
      <tr>
         <td valign="top" width="0">
            <div id="emptyidleft">
            </div>
         </td>
         <td valign="top" width="100%">
            <form action="contact.forum?action=submit" class="report" method="post">
               <table class="forumline" width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="0" align="center">
                  <tr>
                     <th class="thHead" colspan="2">Contact us</th>
                  </tr>
                  <tr>
                     <td class="row2" colspan="2">
                        <span class="gensmall">YOUR_FORUM_NEME Contact Form :<span class="obligatory"></span> Tipe all right in text fields, otherwise form will be not sended.</span>
                     </td>
                  </tr>
                  <tr>
                     <td class="row1">
                        <label for="subject" class="gen">Message subject<span class="obligatory">*</span> :</label>
                     </td>
                     <td class="row2">
                        <input type="text" name="subject" id="subject" size="78" maxlength="54" class="post" value=""/>
                     </td>
                  </tr>
                  <tr>
                     <td class="row1">
                        <label for="message" class="gen">Message contents<span class="obligatory">*</span> :</label>
                     </td>
                     <td class="row2">
                        <textarea cols="75" rows="10" name="message" id="message" class="post"></textarea>
                     </td>
                  </tr>
                  <tr>
                     <td class="row1">
                        <label for="email" class="gen">E-mail adress<span class="obligatory">*</span> :</label></td><td class="row2"><input type="text" name="email" id="email" size="78" class="post" value=""/>
                     </td>
                  </tr>
                  <tr>
                     <td class="row1">
                        <label for="reg_key" class="gen">Confirmation code<span class="obligatory">*</span> :</label>
                     </td>
                     <td class="row2 captcha">
                        <table border="0">
                     </td>
                  </tr>
                  <tr>
                     <td align="left">
                        <div class="captcha-img">
                           <label for="reg_key" dir="ltr"><img src="/antirobot_pic.forum" alt="" /></label>
                              <input type="hidden" name="username" value="" /> <input type="hidden" name="time" value="" />
                        </div>
                     </td>
                     <td align="left">
                        <input type="text" name="reg_key" id="reg_key" maxlength="5" class="post" dir="ltr" />
                     </td>
                  </tr>
                  <tr>
                        </table>
                  </tr>
                  <tr>
                     <td class="catBottom" height="28" align="center" colspan="2">
                        <input class="button2" type="submit" name="submit" value="Send" /> <input class="button2" type="reset" name="reset" value="Reset" />
                        <input type="hidden" name="time" value="" />
                     </td>
                  </tr>
               </table>
            </form>
         </td>
      </tr>
   </tbody>
</table>
Put your forum name in this line YOUR_FORUM_NAME

Write by: LUDAKLUDI



This is wery cool code for contact form .... contact coming to admin and co-admin inbox in forum ....
guest and members can send you contact form ...
but everything must be correct wrote in form .... or form will be no sended..
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Post by Caihlem April 25th 2009, 6:52 pm

Ludaludi:
Refused; the synthax is non-existant. If needed, please use the form advised Wink
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Post by Rok May 5th 2009, 2:00 am

Basic HTML Tutorial


Font Objectives

Highlighting :
Code:
<a>TEXT HERE</a>
Once you hover your mouse cover over a piece of text attached to this code, that piece of text will be highlighted.
This code is used for linking, but it is used as highlighting as well.

Bold :
Code:
<b>TEXT HERE</b>
Example- This text is bold

Strong (same thing as bold) :
Strong is the same thing as bold.
Code:
<strong>TEXT HERE</strong>
Example- This text is strong

Italic :
Code:
<i>TEXT HERE</i>
Example- This text is italic

Underline :
Code:
<u>TEXT HERE</u>
Example- This text is underlined

Strike :
Code:
<s>TEXT HERE</s>
Example- This text is striked

Division :
Code:
<div></div>
This code is used for many attributes such as aligning text.
And example of division would be :
Code:
<div align="center">

Use this code to align a piece of text to the 'left' :
Code:
<left>TEXT HERE</left>
Example-
This text is positioned to the left


Use this code to align a piece of text to the 'center' :
Code:
<center>TEXT HERE</center>
Example-
This text is positioned in the middle (it's centered)


Remember that more than 1 HTML can be used at a time. For instance, you can use both bold and italic HTML objectives at once. The code for this would be :
Code:
<b><i>TEXT HERE</i></b>
It will appear as : TEXT HERE

Forming more HTML font objectives is just common sense. It is possible to have a whole lot of HTML attached to a piece of text. For instance you can have 5 different HTML objectives active on one piece of text. An example would be :
Code:
<b><i><u><center><font color="red">TEXT HERE</font></center></u></i></b>
And this will then appear as :
TEXT HERE


Image :
Code:
<img>IMAGE LINK HERE</img>
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Scrolling (Marquee) :
Code:
<marquee direction="LEFT or RIGHT">TEXT HERE</marquee>
Example- TEXT HERE
In this code, you replace the direction="LEFT or RIGHT"> with either 'left' or 'right'. The selection you use will determine which direction the piece of text will scroll.

Scrolling with background :
Code:
<div align="center"><font color="white" size="1"><marquee bgcolor="blue" direction="right" loop="20" width="60%"><b>TEXT HERE</b></marquee></font></div>
(^ Enter the above code into an HTML page to see how it will appear ^)
You can change these following parts of the 'Scrolling with background code' to whatever you want to have it customized as :
  • Code:
    <div align="center">
    //Choose the positioning (Left, Center, Right)
  • Code:
    <font color="white"
    //Choose what color you want the text to be
  • Code:
    size="1">
    //The size of the text
  • Code:
    <marquee bgcolor="blue"
    //Background color
  • Code:
    direction="right"
    //Direction (Left, Right, Up, Down)
  • Code:
    loop="20"
    //Speed of text
  • Code:
    width="60%">
    //The width of the background

Remember you can add any other font HTML objectives such as italics, underlining, etc.


Font Coloring and Fonts


Use this code to change the color of a piece of text :
Code:
<font color="red">TEXT HERE</font>
Example- TEXT HERE


In order to increase the size of font, use this code :
Code:
<font size=14>TEXT</font>
Example- TEXT

To change your text into a different font, use this code :
Code:
<font face="NAME OF FONT">TEXT HERE</font>
Example- TEXT
^ The font used was Comic Sans MS ^

Positioning


Break :
Code:
<br>
This is used to place a pause text by placing a piece of area line.

Use this code to place a line break :
Code:
<hr>


^ That is a line break ^

Create a custom line break :
Code:
<hr size=5 width=PERCENT OUT OF 100%>

Use this code to create a list :
Code:
<ul>
<li>FIRST LIST OPTION</li>
<li>SECOND LIST OPTION</li>
</ul>
Example-
  • FIRST LINE OPTION
  • SECOND LINE OPTION


Use this code to create a Key Reference :
Code:
<h1>TEXT HERE</h1>
This code just basically sets a piece of text where there is no area above or below it when highlighting the piece of text.

Tables


<tr> is used as a row.

Use this code to create a table :
Code:
<table>
<tr>
<td>TEXT1</td>
<td>TEXT2</td>
<td>TEXT3</td>
</tr>
</table>
The table will appear as :
TEXT1TEXT2TEXT3

Customize the border of the table :
Code:
<table border=5>
<tr>
<td>TEXT1</td>
<td>TEXT2</td>
<td>TEXT3</td>
</tr>
</table>

The customized border table will appear as :
TEXT1TEXT2TEXT3

You can edit the border by changing the number :
Code:
<table border=_>


You can also manage the width of your border :
Code:
<table border=1>
<tr>
<td width=120>TEXT1</td>
<td width=130>TEXT2</td>
<td width=140>TEXT3</td>
</tr>
</table>

The border will then appear as :
TEXT1TEXT2TEXT3


Another thing you can do to customize your table would be adding a background color to it :
Code:
<table border=1 bgcolor="EEADB8">
<tr>
<td width=120>TEXT1</td>
<td width=130>TEXT2</td>
<td width=140 bgcolor="FFFF00">TEXT3</td>
</tr><tr>
<td width=120>TEXT4</td>
<td width=130>TEXT5</td>
<td width=140 bgcolor="FFFF00">TEXT6</td>
</tr>
</table>

The table will then appear as :
TEXT1TEXT2TEXT3
TEXT4TEXT5TEXT6


Link Directions


Use this code if you want to have a piece of text, when clicked on, to direct you to a certain site :
Code:
<a href="LINK TO DIRECT" target="_blank">TEXT HERE</a>
Example- ForuMotion Forum Support

Use this code if you want an image, when clicked on, to direct you to a certain site :
Code:
<a href="LINK TO DIRECT" target="_blank"><img src="IMAGE LINK HERE" alt=""></a>
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Be reminded that having target="_blank" is used for that when a user clicks on the piece of text or image, the directional link will pop up as a new tab. If you do not want the directional link to pop up as a new tab, then take out target="_blank".




Tutorial written by Rok


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Post by Rok May 7th 2009, 1:04 am

When si the tutorial going to be accepted / refused, Mr. Boss? Mr. Green
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Post by Rok May 11th 2009, 12:50 am

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Post by Splytte May 11th 2009, 12:52 am

This one is quite nice, but it doesn't use the actual standards, which ic XHTML.
A bit useless to have a tut about something no more in use, isn't it? Confused

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Post by Rok May 11th 2009, 12:55 am

Thanks, and I do agree. How about you add more to it and we can both recieve credit?
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Post by Splytte May 11th 2009, 12:57 am

There is nothing to add, just need to restart it. More or less 90% of your tutorial doesn't fit to the XHTML standards, and the rest is completelly false Confused
I'm sorry, I'm not saying this to annoy you...

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Post by Caihlem May 11th 2009, 7:54 pm

Haven't had the time to come here recently, and it appears Splytte has simplified my life

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Post by Master Marc May 20th 2009, 1:02 am

How To Create A Redirecting Forum


Since we can't create these kind of forums,I made this tutorial to help out members to use this easy way on how to create these kind of forums.

The Beginning

1.Administration Panel=>General Tab=>Forum=>Categories and forums
2.Click Split: Member written tutorials - Page 3 Ajoute11 and create a new forum.
Note: Do not create a category
3.Take a look at this screenshot:
Split: Member written tutorials - Page 3 Imp10

The fields that are blank aren't important.Use the same information as in the screenshot.

4.When your done filling out the information above,if you would like to add an image that will appear at the left side ouf your forum,you can enter a link by ~ Image URL.
5.For the description box,enter the following code:
Code:
<a href="WEBSITE'S LINK"><span style="font-size: 18px; line-height: normal">WEBSITE NAME</span></a>

Ofcourse,edit the above code,and replace:
~WEBSITE'S LINK with your website's link and WEBSITE NAME with the name of your website.
6.=>Save. {You don't have to set Auto-pruning,just disable it}

See if it worked
Now,look where you did the above on your forum,and see if you have created a forum that re-directs you to another website.

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Post by Rok May 22nd 2009, 10:53 pm

Master Marc, that's exactly what I've been looking for. Thanks so much for that tutorial!
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Post by Darren1 May 30th 2009, 4:52 am

This tutorial will explain how to add topic icons such as the "solved" (Split: Member written tutorials - Page 3 Solved10) here at the support forum.

Now, we need to navigate to the Pictures management section of the administration panel.

Administration Panel >> Display >> Pics management (under the option pictures and colors) >> Advanced mode >> Click on "topic Icons" > Now click on the "create" button ( Split: Member written tutorials - Page 3 Create10 )

Now, for this tutorial, im adding the "Solved" icon as above.

In the Title Icon, you can add a description of that picture. (but not required)

And in the Icon, add the URL of the Icon, for me it is
Code:
[img]http://i40.servimg.com/u/f40/11/60/75/36/solved10.png[/img]

Leave the image box field untouched, as it will over right ur URL

You can chose who can access the icon (as in who can see and use it) via this option.

Default assignment: this just means if u want that icon to appear in a specific spot (out of every thread, stickies and announcements) as default.

And finally, click the save button for it to take affect.

In a thread, it should appear as this:

Split: Member written tutorials - Page 3 Solved11

End of tutorial


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Post by Kelthazar June 7th 2009, 5:52 pm

Right so someone suggest I post the RPG Game rules I came up with here.
Since some people seem to be having a hard time coming up with a game of there own.

Its more like detailed guidelines in that the forum host can change and adds stuff without having to change the game rules(at least not a really big change).

It also only uses options available to all free forumotion forum hosts.
Im not sure if its finished or not, but if its accepted then I will be sure to work on it more, and come up with advanced rules.

If you could then send me a name for it, for now I'm just calling it Adventure.




Required dice:
05 sided (health, )
10 sided (attack,)
20 sided (to hit, ability,)


Char sheet:
Name
Strength
Dexterity
Intelligence(optional)
Endurance


Strength:
When a player attacks they get one die for each 5th point in strength. To attack the attacker must first state that they are attacking, then roll a to hit die, and the required amount of attack dice. If the to hit die is successful then all of the attack dies are added together and the resulting number is how much damage is done. (the player only gets to roll one to hit die). The chances of success depend on the defenders dexterity, in order to be a successful hit then the to hit die must be equal to or greater than the opponents dexterity.


Dexterity:
This affects how hard your char is to hit. In order to get hit then the attacker must roll their to hit die to greater or equal to the defender's dex.

Intelligence:
This stat determines how likely a player is to successfully execute an ability(if the forum host includes them). They get one ability die for each 5thpoint in intelligence(it may also affect spells should the forum host include them).


Endurance:
This determines how much health a player has. Health is set at 10+ dice roll (one die for each 5th point in endurance). A player’s health is re-determined each time they enter a topic.


Setting:
Dungeon Master (topic creator) must choose a setting, whether it be fantasy, futuristic, or other.
The DM must then plan out the area to be traveled, cave, evil guy's palace, etc..., and must plan out most of the rooms or areas in said place. The DM must decide what kind of monsters are going to be in said area.

The DM will tell the player the following:
Setting
Area
And type of enemies.


Gameplay:
Once the DM gets enough players then he will start the adventure in the first room or entryway. The DM will then decide if there is a monster in the room(either by dice or by his choosing), if there is one then the DM will tell the players the name and stats of the monster(either from a preset list, or straight from the imagination). The players will then take their turns against the monster by either attack or abilities (if activated). The monster will then take it's turn to attack or use abilities in the same manner as the players.
If there are any other monsters in the room (the Dm only has to mention one of the 3 max monsters when the players enter a room) then they will take their turns in the order of the DM's choosing.

Once the players defeat the monster(s) then they will search the rooms for items(if the forum host has allowed items). The DM will decide if/what items they find.

Once the players have received their items and divided them amongst them selves they may use any doors in the room (if the DM has placed any in the room they are in), or leave the dungeon.


The Final Room:
The dungeon ends when the players make it to the end of the DM's area and Defeat the boss. The Boss will always have items for the players (if items are allowed by the forum host). The players may then leave the dungeon or explore any rooms they may have missed.

Once they leave the Dungeon every player that is still alive will gain a level.


Level Up:
A player gains one level per dungeon they have completed. When they level up they will gain one stat point to place in a stat of their choosing. If a player obtains a multiple of 5 then they will receive plus one die for any action governed by that stat.

A player may not increase dexterity past 20 on a level up, doing so will have no effect on dodging.


Death:
When A player reaches 0 health then they are dead. Depending on individual rules the player may have to create a new char, or may be alive once they exit the dungeon but have a penalty to their char, or they may be alive once they exit with no penalties.
If spells have been activated then another player may resurrect your char. If a player is resurrected and then proceeds to complete the dungeon then you will gain all the benefits.
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Post by mmmham1 June 10th 2009, 3:01 am

Ok html is sortof like bbcode

but here is one od the diffrences; they are in tags like this: <tag>
here is a simmular thing of html: the end tags look are; / (E.G <tag>hi</tag>
get it?

______________________________________________
<html> & </html> = the start of the HTML page
<head> & </head> = header
<title> & </title> = must be in <tags>
<body> & </body> = the BODY of HTML
____________________________________these are in order of how you should put them
<br & /> = line break
<table> & </table = Define an HTML table
<tr> & </tr> = table row
<th> & </th> table header--must be inside <tr>
<td> & </td> = table data--must be inside <tr>
<ol> & </ol> = define orderd list
<ul> & </ul> =defines an unorderd list
<p> & </p> = paragraph

here is an eg of an html page:

<html>

<body>

<title>hello world</title>
<p>hi my name is ______ i like to ______ do you like to _______ i like _________ its very yummy</p>

</body>

</html>

thats the end of the page, hope this helps :wouhou:

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Post by Splytte June 10th 2009, 9:25 pm

This is sooo... useless Confused

Edit : Useless because :
- No link with forumotion
- Why learning to create a blank page?
- No link with the possible use of HTML/CSS in a board.
- etc.


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Post by mmmham1 June 10th 2009, 10:57 pm

Splytte wrote:This is sooo... useless Confused

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Your useless
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Post by MrMario June 11th 2009, 12:24 am

Do I hear a fight?

Splytte you know better than to do this. You could of said this isn't really needed for a tut. mmmham1 don't start a flame war.

Next time it will be a Serious warning.

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Post by mmmham1 June 12th 2009, 3:53 am

here i updaded the other one:

Ok html is sortof like bbcode

but here is one od the diffrences; they are in tags like this: <tag>
here is a simmular thing of html: the end tags look are; / (E.G <tag>hi</tag>
get it?

______________________________________________
<html> & </html> = the start of the HTML page
<head> & </head> = header
<title> & </title> = must be in <tags>
<body> & </body> = the BODY of HTML
____________________________________these are in order of how you should put them
<br> & /> = line break
<table> & </table = Define an HTML table
<tr> & </tr> = table row
<th> & </th> table header--must be inside <tr>
<td> & </td> = table data--must be inside <tr>
<ol> & </ol> = define orderd list
<ul> & </ul> =defines an unorderd list
<p> & </p> = paragraph
<em> & </em> = emphasis eg: Text
<strong> & </strong> = boldfaced eg: Text

here is an eg of an html page:

<html>

<body>

<title>hello world</title>
<p>hi my name is ______ i like to ______ do you like to _______ i like _________ its very yummy</p>

</body>

</html>
thats the end of the page, hope this helps

~`ham
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Post by Caihlem June 12th 2009, 8:16 pm

MasterMarc:
Refused; too obvious

SharonFish:
Added Very Happy

Kelthazar:
This is ForuMotion, not a simplified D&D system Wink
This tutorial is nice, but not well placed on this board
=> Refused

mmmham1:
Refused; there's BBC for posts, (X)HTML & CSS sites for users who wish to try out (X)HTML & CSS
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Post by Russel Crowe June 15th 2009, 5:02 am

Hello!


I come by this message, give only an information, which ultimately, may not be as interesting for nimguém. It would be the use of "Tools of Emergency" of Fórumotion.

You lost data from your forum, modified images in your forum, CSS, Password, E-mail and others, and want to remove or restore, you can use the tools of the User, although that tool is is in "Control Panel> General> Forum> Security:
<BLOCKQUOTE>Automatic daily forum backup :[ Active ]
(Click here to manage your backup)
</BLOCKQUOTE>

More already in the recovery of something in their forum, you should use the tools of your Forum.

So you avoid to ask here in Help.forumotion.



<BLOCKQUOTE>Administrator, if this case is unlawful topic, delete, I'm only giving aid to members.
</BLOCKQUOTE>

Thank you!
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Post by Caihlem June 15th 2009, 12:53 pm

Russel Crowe;
Synthax non-existant
Unreadable
There's already a message leading tp the emergency (or rescue) tools
=> Refused
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Post by Russel Crowe June 15th 2009, 3:40 pm

Yes! More I think this link should be the signatures of the Directors is not, so will be easier to access

Ok?
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Post by cody0120 June 26th 2009, 2:14 am

Meta Tag Tut for google webmaster tools


Today I will show you how to add google's meta tags for verification.
OK I'm going to start after the signing up part and after getting you meta tag content.
Step 1.
So you go your meta tag and it says

Code:
<meta name="verify-v1" content="EdngQWoOiHWM/jLlbOhw2ImQdpMYnwOOJudZcqCSSWo=" >
Your content code will be different but meta name will be the same.
You copy the meta name. and go to your ACP.

Step 2.
ACP>Display>Generalities and scroll down until you find the (Additional Tags)
Your going to click the green cross, and it is going to say "Create a ''meta'' tag type" just click select. You are going to see two text fields. one named "name" attribute and another named "content'' attribute. in the name field you are going to put Verify v1 and in the content you are going to put the content in between the two quotation marks. Then you are going to click add. and you are done!!!
Step 3.
Go to google webmaster and click verify and you will be done!!!!
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Post by Darren1 June 26th 2009, 5:52 am

Cody0120,
do we not have a tutorial about MetaTags already?
The current one is located here
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Post by Master Marc June 26th 2009, 9:17 pm

bwi It's strange...

Caihlem,you did not accept/refuse Darren's tutorial on topic icons yet...

But you refused the others, beu
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Post by Darren1 June 27th 2009, 3:02 am

Master Marc wrote:bwi It's strange...

Caihlem,you did not accept/refuse Darren's tutorial on topic icons yet...

But you refused the others, beu

It is refused, he said so huhohi
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Post by ForumBooster July 15th 2009, 11:01 pm

Thanks !
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