Here are ways to use more BBCodes that are not listed above.
In addition to the BBCodes such as bold or underline, there are several BBCodes that have no buttons.
* [ hr ] can be used to make a horizontal line as a divider.
* [ sup ]superscript[ /sup ] will make superscript text.
* [ sub ]subscript[ /sub ] will make subscript text.
* [ html ]<a href="www">link</a>[ /html ] highlights HTML code.
* [ sql ]SELECT * FROM table;[ /sql ] highlights SQL queries.
* [ align=center ][ /align ]
*** WHEN USING THE BBCodes ABOVE, DO NOT PUT THE *SPACE* IN BETWEEN THE [ ] BRACKETS LIKE I DID. THE ONLY WAY TO GET THEM TO SHOW UP FOR YOU WAS TO ADD A SPACE IN THE BRACKETS, SO DO NOT ADD THE SPACE. FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOU WANT TO DO THE CENTER ALIGN ONE, IT WOULD LOOK LIKE THIS: [align=center] AND THEN OF COURSE YOU WOULD ADD THE SECOND PART AT THE END OF WHAT EVER YOU WANTED CENTERED.
I found more. Most of these, I have never even seen. I will add on to this periodically. The list is pretty long.
|<address> A SPECIAL ITALIC FONT FOR DISPLAYING ADDRESSES. </address>|
<blockquote> MARKS "QUOTED" TEXT </blockquote>
<cite> CITATION </cite>