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Beginner — How to add BBcode to my forum?

  • Hello people..

    First i wanna say hello I’m new here and really new to using BBPress

    My problem is i have installed the forum, and it’s working like a charm .. BUT i wanna add BBcode buttons to my forum so i can make a reply and making some text FAT and som text Cursive and adding a picture and all that bbCode’s normal do ..

    Is there a way for that ? and how do i do it?

    Information:

    bbPress 2.0.2 currently installed 100%

    bbPress2 BBCode 1.3 installed (No change to my forum) :(

    BuddyPress Forums Extras – BBCode to HTML 0.3.0 installed (No change to my forum) :(

    and now I’m here.. is there a plugin for avatars ?

    Can’t wait for a reply :) have a great day all :)

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  • The codes are working .. But i need “Buttons” so my users can see what is available for them :) Anyone know how i can add those “Buttons” ?


    Sniper Kitten
    Member

    @sniperkitten

    Do you mean you want a wysiwyg editor in bbpress such as TinyMCE? (Which include bold, italic, etc)

    bbPress 2.0 does not comes with a wysiwyg editor. bbPress 2.1 do have a TinyMCE editor, although it’s still under development.

    You can try this plugin Rich Text Editor For Comments or Basic Comment Quicktags


    neutrinoseo
    Member

    @neutrinoseo

    using this tags in your forum signature

    Keyword name

    MAII – Stratford University


    NickMackz
    Participant

    @nickmackz

    Is there a way to let normal users post images on bbPress 2.1? Just discovered only admins can use <img> tags in replies.


    Jeaz
    Participant

    @jeaz

    Yeah, I’d really enjoy an easy way for users to add images to their posts. Find a bit odd that there’s a parser for Youtube links and a lot of of other media types, but not normal images.

    Preferably it would would just as adding a Youtube link does, meaning – just add a link ending in .jpg, .png, .jpeg and .gif and it would show the image.

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