Code Tag Usage

You can use BBCode, a simplified version of HTML, in your posts to create certain effects.
This allows you to modify the text in posts, but restricts as to not be able to put any HTML you want.
There are buttons in the reply post editor to insert BBcode. The following buttons automatically insert the specified BBCode tag. You insert the text between the two tags.

but you can also manually insert them within your text if you remember the tag names.
Some BBCode may or may not be turned off by admins based on abuse of them. Check out BBCode Wiki for more general information.
Input code into python code tags...
This preserves indentation, adds syntax highlighting to your code, and separates code from your question.
This is required to post on the forums and you will be pointed back to here if you dont. Python code must be inserted between the two [python] tags, however you can put any language code in here. You can also put anything else that you want to retain indentation or separate in a box in python tags. It is our generic code tag. Just note that it assumes all content is python code, so it will highlight python keywords in the content even if it is plain text.

Input traceback errors into error tags...

Input output into output tags...

[quote]Quoted text will be here[/quote]
Make sure to put your text outside of the quote tags and the quoted text inside the quote tags.
Otherwise it puts your response inside the quote you are quoting.

[b]This text is bold[/b]
   This text is bold

[i]This text is italicized[/i]
   This text is italicized

[u]This text is underlined[/u]
   This text is underlined

If you copy a url and insert it into the editor it should auto detect it is a link and make it clickable.
If not, you can highlight it, then select the "Insert link" button, and paste again the URL in the URL field.
The description field will display it to what you put there.
If left blank it will leave it displayed as you had it.



[]E-mail Me![/email]
   E-mail Me!

[]E-mail with subject[/email]
   E-mail with subject




[color=red]This text is red[/color]
   This text is red

[size=3]This text is size 3[/size]
   This text is size 3

[font=Tahoma]This font is Tahoma[/font]
   This font is Tahoma

[align=center]This is centered[/align]
This is centered

[align=right]This is right-aligned[/align]

This is right-aligned

[*]List Item #1
[*]List Item #2
[*]List Item #3
  • List item #1
  • List item #2
  • List Item #3
You can make an ordered list by using [list=1] for a numbered, and [list=a] for an alphabetical list.
Valid list start index's are... 1 a A i I