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Does Tip.It support HTML?

 

 

 

Like if I posted a embed link from youtube, it would show the video not just the script for it :?:

 

 

 

The video I.D. needs to be in these tags: [yt][/yt]

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No, HTML isn't supported at the moment, just plain BBCode.

 

There are [yt], [ythq] and [ythd] tags at to embed Youtube videos, though.

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No, HTML isn't supported at the moment, just plain BBCode.

 

There are [yt], [ythq] and [ythd] tags at to embed Youtube videos, though.

 

Small correction- It's not a case of "Not being supported at the moment", it's a case of phpBB3 intentionally doing everything it can to prevent browsers from rendering any HTML written directly into posts.

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BTW, if you want to put a youtube video on TIF, you get the youtube link.

 

e.g

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AqAgUJoxHY

 

and get the code at the bottom and put it between the [yt][/yt] tags.

 

[yt]5AqAgUJoxHY[/yt]

 

 

 

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What if I had a HTML Code? :?

 

Use url tag like so

 

Some Text

 

In BBCode is

 

[url="http://www.example.com"]Some Text[/url]

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No, HTML isn't supported at the moment, just plain BBCode.

 

There are [yt], [ythq] and [ythd] tags at to embed Youtube videos, though.

 

Small correction- It's not a case of "Not being supported at the moment", it's a case of phpBB3 intentionally doing everything it can to prevent browsers from rendering any HTML written directly into posts.

 

You clearly know more about forums than me, thanks for the correction. :D [notsarcasm]

 

I guess it could indeed get problematic if more malicious code was posted.

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phpbb allowing html is not going to happen anytime soon! LOL

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  • 3 weeks later...
phpbb allowing html is not going to happen anytime soon! LOL

 

But it wasn't long ago that it did do so- phpBB2 allowed it, I believe it was an option in the ACP.

 

Well I guess the developers thought better of that idea with this release, and I agree :P

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HTML has always been (and will always be) turned off on forums. It should only ever be turned on in a small environment where you know every single user can be trusted. Turning it on can open up a whole host of problems which is why it will never happen.

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