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Fraser Valley RPG > Improving the forum > OOC tag

Posted by: Chronocide Jun 5 2011, 04:22 PM
So I was wondering if people want an OOC tag for use in the pbp and if so what style people would want. Basically any valid html can be used to style it.

Posted by: mandlebrot Jun 17 2011, 10:52 PM
umm, not that I'm saying this is me... hehe

but could you explain to some of the more ignorant members what an OOC tag is?

Posted by: redeadlink Jun 19 2011, 11:52 PM
OOC = Out of Character

Basically any talk that doesn't apply directly to whatever campaign you're in.

Posted by: Chronocide Jun 21 2011, 12:29 PM
Okay so looks like we are going to use an OOC tag please use:
[.OOC.] Content[/.OOC.] minus the "."s for all out of character conversation. There will be no change until a style is applied but once we do decide on one it will be set correctly.

Posted by: redeadlink Dec 8 2012, 02:24 PM
So like THIS?

Edit: Doesn't appear to have done anything... used it around "THIS?" and nothing happened.

Edit Edit: Nvm just read the post above all the way through.

Posted by: Chronocide Dec 8 2012, 05:37 PM
There fixed that for ya

Posted by: redeadlink Dec 8 2012, 09:51 PM
QUOTE (Chronocide @ Dec 8 2012, 06:37 PM)
There fixed that for ya

So like this?

Also, curse gamefaqs for using regular html for doing stuff.

I keep doing <i>this</i> when I should be doing this.

Posted by: Chronocide Dec 8 2012, 10:17 PM
Really GameFAQs allows regular HTML?

Oh the fun you could have.

If they really do let you enter whatever HTML you want, you can display stuff overtop of other peoples posts, effectively changing what they posted. or more fun display stuff over the navigation portions of the website, and put in new links that go to wherever you want them to go.

Anyway that is why most places (including this one) don't allow html, incidentally I doubt GameFaqs allows HTML either, they just find and replace on <i> instead of /[i/] etc. making it more familiar to people used to HTML though oddly less familiar to people familiar with the now pervasive BBCode.

Posted by: redeadlink Dec 8 2012, 10:30 PM
i dunno, i just use html tags for <i>italics</i>, <b>bold</b>, and <spoiler>spoilers</spoiler>

Can also <quote>quote</quote> people.

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