BBCode tags


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BBCode tags let you format text in your profile and message-board postings. It's similar to HTML, but simpler. The tags start with a [ (where you would have used < in HTML) and end with ] (where you would have used > in HTML).

Examples
[b]Bold[/b]Bold
[i]Italic[/i]Italic
[u]Underline[/u]Underline
[s]Strikethrough[/s]Strikethrough
[sup]Superscript[/sup]XSuperscript
[size=15]Big text[/size]Big text
[color=red]Red text[/color]Red text
[url=https://google.com/]link to website[/url]link to website
[quote]Quoted text[/quote]use for quoted blocks of text
[img]http://example.com/pic.jpg[/img]use to display an image
[code]Code snippet here[/code]use to display some code
[pre]Pre-formatted text[/pre]use to display pre-formatted (usually monospaced) text
[list]
* Item 1
* Item2
[/list]
  • Item 1
  • Item 2
[github]#1392[/github] or [github]ticket:1392[/github]link to an issue on the BOINC Github repository: #1392
[github]wiki:WebForum[/github]link to a Wiki page on the BOINC Github repository: BoincIntro

If you don't close a tag or don't specify a parameter correctly, the raw tag itself will display instead of the formatted text.

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