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Posted Jun 7, '12 at 7:22am

GhostOfMatrix

GhostOfMatrix

11,693 posts

Knight

How do you make something bold on your BIOGRAPHY?

Read the bb code guide.

 

Posted Jun 7, '12 at 1:25pm

megacooper

megacooper

171 posts

how do you do scrolling? I didn't see it

 

Posted Jun 7, '12 at 2:43pm

megacooper

megacooper

171 posts

got it nevermind. sorry for double post, but how do you scroll a pic?

 

Posted Jun 7, '12 at 3:18pm

Patrick2011

Patrick2011

3,585 posts

got it nevermind. sorry for double post, but how do you scroll a pic?

Make a marquee, then put an image inside it. Just make sure the image is appropriate. Also remember that HTML is not preferred on the forums.

 

Posted Jun 8, '12 at 12:39am

superbob111

superbob111

439 posts

i am still confused with the big letters
could u send it to here or to my profile

 

Posted Jun 8, '12 at 2:37pm

megacooper

megacooper

171 posts

Make a marquee, then put an image inside it.

How do I put the image into the marquee? Do I have to save it or something?

 

Posted Jun 8, '12 at 6:24pm

Patrick2011

Patrick2011

3,585 posts

How do I put the image into the marquee? Do I have to save it or something?

Insert code for an image inside the code for the marquee.

 

Posted Jun 9, '12 at 9:57am

megacooper

megacooper

171 posts

code? do you mean link?

 

Posted Jun 9, '12 at 10:27am

Cenere

Cenere

12,941 posts

Knight

code? do you mean link?

No, he means the coding you need to provide for the image to show.
Like, on the forums it's {img}the direct url for the image{/img} but with [] brackets. You probably have to look it up, if you are going to use them for your about, as I don't think the bbcoding works for images there (though I am sure Patrick will correct me, if I am wrong).

You know, just like if you were combining the codes for bold and italics here, to make the text bold and italic, you need to combine the codes for a marquee and showing an image to get the image to be in the marquee.

But. You do have to save the image somewhere on the internet, so you have the direct link for it, otherwise the image won't be able to work. I recommend photobucket or imageshack.

 

Posted Jun 9, '12 at 12:39pm

Patrick2011

Patrick2011

3,585 posts

You probably have to look it up, if you are going to use them for your about, as I don't think the bbcoding works for images there

You are correct in that BB Code images don't work in the about. Here's the HTML code for an image, but replace [] with :

[img src="URL of image"][/img]

 
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