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Discussion in 'Website Announcements, Feedback, Issues, & Guides' started by bigzio, Nov 10, 2007.
If I click on a smilies icon and it comes up spelled instead of displayed, what's up?
You must have a space on either side of it for it to show the picture.
Do you mean when you are typing a message? and you click on a smiley on the right? That is just the way it is named in the whatever halls of smileydom that I don't even start to understand. When you hit the submit button to publish your post, it magically changes into the icon.
But you do need a space on either side for the hall of smileydom to understand it is one of the smileys in the hall.
NIFTY, can you translate what I jsut tried to explain???
Smiley codes like
are parsed by the forum and converted into a smiley automatically. You don't need to even click on an icon to have the code posted in your post, you cans simply type out the code by doing something like
Now, if you have smilies too close to other text it can sometimes confuse the forum parser so to be on the safe side always have a space on either side of your smiley code.
There is an option to "never show smilies as icons for this post" and I honestly have no idea what that does.
smileys across the top do not require a space between, however ones to the right do
Quote:Thank you for "showing" me the difference! Alot of times, "telling" me just won't click inside my head!
Thanks for help, sounds like I simply need to give the icon room to breathe. Why would a country boy like me not know enough to give my icon some space?
This is a good lesson learned... Thank-You!