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mmmaybe? lol

my sig does my homework... in a round about kinda way..lol
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*bump*

i was bored
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i know this is an old thread but i am back and i know html (sorta). i was wondering how come on forums the tags are different and they are enclosed with[]? thanks for answering all my questions (even though they may be stupid )
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The tags are different because, though we don't want people to be able to use actual HTML - security reasons - we are very kind and let you use certain enhancements. VBulletin (the application the board runs off) goes through your post and changes the tags to html when you click post.

I'm in your forums, writing sentences in a grammatically acceptable manner.
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The tags are using .[ .] (no dots for obvious reason) cause this mark up is VB
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I hate it. It didn't do my homework.
But other than that I love it.
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