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#20

List seems incomplete now, for one we have those neat [noparse][time] and [date][/noparse] codes our event team uses.


[noparse][time][/noparse] displays the given date and time plus a real-time counter:
[time]2012-01-01 20:00[/time] shows as 1 Janvier 2012 20:00:00 UTC (il y a 1 décénie)


[noparse][date][/noparse] automatically converts the given date and time to Atys time:
[date]2012-01-01 20:00[/date] shows as 19h - Dua, Nivia 20, 4e CA 2565

Also, is there code for linking to a post within this forum without having to use the entire url?

Also, would be nice to have a link to this list in a corner of the forum somewhere.

#21

When you are making a new post, there is a link "bbCode tags" at the bottom left which will show a list of all available codes.

Dernière édition par Sywindt(Yubo) (il y a 1 décénie).

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#22

So I suddenly noticed yesterday, was that there before? :p

#23

Well it was there the day before yesterday if that helps. :p

While we're on the subject though, can we change the example to "YYYY-MM-DD" or "2011-08-23" please as it's not currently clear which order the month and day should come.

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#24

Jayce (Arispotle)
Well it was there the day before yesterday if that helps. :p

While we're on the subject though, can we change the example to "YYYY-MM-DD" or "2011-08-23" please as it's not currently clear which order the month and day should come.

Changed (even though nobody sane should be using a YYYY-DD-MM notation ;)

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#25

very lovely, thank u.
I used to open the original BBcodes post in extra tab for reference anyways, this is much quicker

#26

Sywindt (Arispotle)

Changed (even though nobody sane should be using a YYYY-DD-MM notation ;)

And why's that?

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Noble Jayce
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#27

As far as i know the traditional/normative notations are DD-MM-YY[YY] and MM-DD-YY[YY] (with - being . sometimes). In the digital age YYYY-MM-DD became popular (even in countrys using DD-MM-YYYY) because it can be sorted alphabetically. Never heard of YYYY-DD-MM.

Anyway, its always nice to use a day > 12 in examples :-)

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