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General Support / uhhh, New post images?
« on: December 05, 2008, 09:12:15 pm »
How would I go about changing the New post and Non new post images?

Java / [help] Public Void troubles?
« on: September 25, 2008, 07:37:12 am »
Hey guys, Got any tips on how to make this work? Its a void I just randomly made but It doesn't seem to work...

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public void resetRanks() {
for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
server.ranks[i] = 0;
server.rankPpl[i] = "";

HTML / HTML tutorial! Learn HTML easy!
« on: September 24, 2008, 07:59:37 pm »
HTML mastering! This is all you'll need to learn the BASIC HTML!

Purpose: How to learn HTML. Good for building your website!
Difficulty: Varies on how well you listen, and learn.

Before we get started, you'll need to know what HTML stands for, and does.
So what does it stand for? HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language.
And What does it Mean or do? HTML is the programming language used to create documents for display on the World Wide Web.

So first into this Tutorial, You will need to know that Hypertext markup language has 3 different meanings.
Hyper is the opposite of linear.
Text  is what you will use. English letters
Markup is what you will do. Your going to write it, then mark it up.
Language can be broken down. There is a debate of if HTML is a programming code, or plain English. You write HTML in plain English but it IS a code to program. So you decide on that one.

Now your ready to start coding your HTML!

HTML Elements-
All HTML elements are, is important fundamentals of HTML.
When you create an HTML document, all it is, is a Text file of HTML elements. You define your elements using HTML tags. Even though there's over 100 tags in HTML, don't freak out. You'll only be using a handful most of the time.

Here is a basic HTML code that I will break down and explain.
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<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "saved file name" url of the browser">
<title>Your Title here</title>
<p>your pages header info (paragraph form) goes here.</p>
Now everything you see in '< >' are tags.
Later on in this Tut ill define the most important tags you'll use.
So you have your first knowledge of HTML! Now we can move on into the HTML codes I think will be very useful :)

First code of HTML: Formatting
Now as in this forum, the size re formatting is like
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[size=10pt][/size]But when using HTML, you dont use that.
The formatting is...
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<h1>Heading 1</h1>
<h3>Heading 3</h3>
<h4>Heading 4</h4>
<h5>Heading 5</h5>
Bold will be
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<b>this is how you bold out</b>And italic
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Unfortunately, Thats all you really need to know for formatting.

Codes #2: Re Coloring
The HTML code for recoloring would be
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<h1 style="color:blue">Colors</h1> In this code--- Style is what the code will detect to see what you need.
" " is what defines the color so it can reform your code.
and the < > are the tags which enable your code.

That's all for re coloring!

Codes #3: HTML links

When I say links, I dont mean typing it up and having you able to click it.
I mean having a specific word, transfer to a specific link.
Heres how I will teach you to write this code.

At the beginning of your code, write... <a href="">
That Is where you will put the link and will be defined. Post your link inside the two quotations.
After the end of that, write up what you want your link to say! And at the end, put  </a>
Heres my example code.

<a href="">Visit moparscape today!</a>
This will reform into a link saying "visit moparscape today!"

Heres the pesky part..
You ever clicked on a link, and it opens in YOUR tab? But you reallyyyy want it to open in a new tab?
Well this is very simple!
After the quotations in your code, put a space. Then write target=" " Inside the quotations, write one of the things below INCLUDING the underscores.

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_blank Opens the URL in a new browser window.
_self  Loads the URL in the current browser window.
_parent Loads the URL into the parent frame (still within the current browser window). This is only applicable when using frames.
_top         Loads the URL in the current browser window, but cancelling out any frames. Therefore, if frames were being used, they aren't any longer.

Your whole code will look like this.
<a href="" target="_self">Visit moparscape today!</a>
Next code!
SEMI FINAL Meta tags
now these are somewhat easy to explain as you can see so ill just give you these codes.
<meta name="keywords" content="HTML, meta tags, metadata" />

<meta name="description" content="Contains info about meta tags" />

Revision date (last time the document was updated):
<meta name="revised" content="Quacky duck lmao, 6/12/2002" />

Refresh the page every 10 seconds:
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="10" />  (Thanks QIT!)

Final codes!!! html comment boxIm not going to just going to give you a code and let you C&P.. Im breaking this down for you!
In making your own codes, make sure you put a comment that wont dislocate your HTML code but shows you made the code.
This would be-
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<!-- Your anti leech statement here -->First step in making your comment box, is the action and method.
At the 1st line of your code, add this.
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<form action="/html/tags/html_form_tag_action.cfm" method="post">(mehtod="post" gives a submit query) Press enter and add this as a new line
Comment box HTML!:<br />
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  Comments:<br />This adds a title named 'comment box'.

This next part is optional.
When a person reaches your box, if you want it to have something already typed, add this! SPACE IT EXACTLY AS I HAVE
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    <text area name="comments" id="comments">
  Put in your text here! Make sure you space this as I have it!!
  </textarea><br />
This is self explanatory when you look at it ;D
Now you want the submit form that allows the comment box to appear.
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  <input type="submit" value="Submit" />

And semi finally, you want to add how the text font looks inside the box.
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<p style="font-family:verdana,arial,sans-serif;font-size:10px;">
And finally, SAVE!
Your entire code SHOULD look like this.
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<!-- RubSca INC code! Owned by Tonypker13! -->
<form action="/html/tags/html_form_tag_action.cfm" method="post">
  Comments:<br />
  <textarea name="comments" id="comments">
  Hey... say something!
  </textarea><br />
  <input type="submit" value="Submit" />
<p style="font-family:verdana,arial,sans-serif;font-size:10px;">

That's it! I hope you like this! Please comment and rate this 1 to 10!!!
This took about 2 hours to write and is 100% MINE.. NO LEECHING PL0X!
Stay tuned for more from...
RubSca INC owner Tonypker13

Hope you liked it! Bye!!

Code Requests / [REQUEST] Code from mopar forums
« on: September 24, 2008, 05:30:28 pm »
Idk how mopar does it, but when someone like advertises, they have a little colored circle with text come up.
Then it shows another bubble with it by the persons name and it sys like 'muted'. Any1 have this?



Pleaseeeeeeeee help....

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