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Author Subject: FAQ...... Clickys
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Post #1
A clicky is made up of 2 parts.

  • The 1st part is the website address with [url= at the beginning and ] at the end.

  • The 2nd part is what text you want to appear on the post which will be underlined, followed by [/url]

  • So [ url= http://www.306gti6.com]Clicky [/url ] = Clicky

    You need NO SPACES or it won't work.

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    Posted 10th May 2006 at 15:20
    joney

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    Post #2
    it tells you how to do them if you click on the 'more' bit at the bottom of the smileys box to the right of the text box when you are writing a post- scroll up in the window that pops up, and it says how to do clickys, images, bold text, itallic, change font size, etc

    if you click to quote someones post you can read all of the code in the text box as well.

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    Posted 10th May 2006 at 15:17

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