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Re: Questions to the Administrator

Reply #276
Okay, found it. Also made it less annoying for me.

SMF is not a simple forum engine, despite his name, just like all countries named as democratic, are not democratic by fact, DPRK or DRC for example.

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Reply #277

Okay, found it. Also made it less annoying for me.

SMF is not a simple forum engine, despite his name, just like all countries named as democratic, are not democratic by fact, DPRK or DRC for example.

True. And Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is not really simple either.

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Reply #278
So much Russian spam and it's not getting any better over time. It's the curse of Josh :insane:  :no:

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Reply #279
:lol:


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Reply #281
You can do it with bbCode like this:

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[img alt=Mac thing]http://www.everymac.com/images/cpu_pictures/apple_imac.jpg[/img]


Mac thing

Or you can just use regular HTML:

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<img src="http://www.everymac.com/images/cpu_pictures/apple_imac.jpg" alt="Mac thing">


<img src="http://www.everymac.com/images/cpu_pictures/apple_imac.jpg" alt="Mac thing">

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Reply #282
Thanks :)

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Reply #283
Was the Quote button changed at some point? I think it earlier took to the Reply-like interface. Now it takes to the Quickquote box. I liked the Reply better.

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Reply #284
There might be a profile setting that affects it, but in your case I think it's probably more likely to depend on whether or not Javascript is enabled. You can always use "preview" to enter the full reply page.



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Reply #287

Is that an accepted syntax? It'll work with just the link. Alternatively you could always just stick it inside or outside the quote as a link.

The "alternatively" is what I have done until now. The problem with it is that it looks pas chique.

I tried a few syntaxes, aiming to produce the URL as the embedded link and the name as the link text. This would be chique. But evidently not working, and from what you are saying, looks like not intended to work either.


bla


This is also no cool. The best would be the name as the link text and the URL embedded.

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Reply #288
I like it the way it is........for my money it's perfect!


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Reply #290
Frenzie, do you have access to something similar to what existed at the Opera Blogs that we could see a map of the world with the people's location that were visiting one's blog? It was google something if I'm not mistaked.
A matter of attitude.

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Reply #291
It'd probably just say that most "visitors" are from Russia or Ukraine. The server ought to be storing some stats somewhere, but there's no Google tracking or anything of the sort.

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Reply #292
Russians? That's strange. Or maybe not.
A matter of attitude.

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Reply #293
The vast majority of attempted spam nonsense seems to originate from Ukraine and Russia, that's all.

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Reply #294
The vast majority of attempted spam nonsense seems to originate from Ukraine and Russia, that's all.

I was not refeering to spam.  We must have some normal people visiting us, I suppose...  :irked:
No? not normal people?  :eyes:
A matter of attitude.


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Reply #296

The vast majority of attempted spam nonsense seems to originate from Ukraine and Russia, that's all.

I was not refeering to spam.  We must have some normal people visiting us, I suppose...  :irked:
No? not normal people?  :eyes:

Maybe if you ignore all of the "Russians" and "Ukrainians" you'd get a reasonable indication? Who knows. :P

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Reply #297
Quote
7 Guests, 1 User
Users active in past 5 minutes:
Belfrager

It's always like this each time I log in.
Me and the Seven Guests.

Guest 1 - CIA
Guest 2 - KGB
Guest 3 - Chinese Intelligence
Guest 4 - Germans working for the CIA
Guest 5 - English working for CIA
Guest 6 - SIS (Portuguese intelligence system services). Also working for the CIA
Guest 7 - Jaybro forgot again his password.
A matter of attitude.

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Reply #298
You forgot about Google. :)

(There's also some Asian search engine that likes to visit.)

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Reply #299
Baidu?