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Offline Sad Panda

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[GUIDE] Making an Index
« on: November 11, 2010, 09:50:49 pm »
Hey, I made this for a site that actually uses these. I think that people occasionally use these on here too though.




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Code: [Select]
[iurl=#INDEX NAME][b]INDEX NAME[/b][/iurl]
Code: [Select]
[anchor=INDEX NAME][b]INDEX NAME[/b][/anchor]
-NORMAL TEXT HERE-


Ok, this one is hard to understand... Where it says "INDEX NAME" in each of the four spots it must be the same exact text every time or it will not work. When making an index keep all of the
Code: [Select]
[iurl=#INDEX NAME][b]INDEX NAME[/b][/iurl] 's together or it is completely pointless... You cannot have a space in any of the "INDEX NAME" fields or it won't work. Please use dashes instead of spaces. I don't reccollect underscores working. You can have unlimited ropes, but only one anchor. On other words, you can have an infinite amount of senders, but only one receiver with the same name.

                                                       

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Code: [Select]
[b][html]<a href='#IndexName'>Index Name</a>
<br>[/html][/b]
Code: [Select]
[b][html]<a name='Index Name'>Index Name</a>[/html][/b]
-NORMAL TEXT HERE-


Ok, so you can only do number indexing with this type of code. By that I mean you can do it with letters and numbers. The other one can only handle letters. All four spots where it says "Index Name" must be the same or it won't work. All other things from the other version apply to this.
 
                                                       

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Re: [GUIDE] Making an Index
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2010, 11:34:45 pm »
hehe i knew this :D i used to code php/html/mysql big time, i just too much languages.

This finds an anchor when a link is redirected followed by #.

--anchor: test--

<a href="#test">jump to test[/url]

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Re: [GUIDE] Making an Index
« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2010, 11:39:52 pm »
On behalf of everyone; lolwut?

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Re: [GUIDE] Making an Index
« Reply #3 on: November 12, 2010, 09:39:10 am »
Hmmm... Let me test this quick.

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Works thanks :)
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Re: [GUIDE] Making an Index
« Reply #4 on: November 12, 2010, 03:50:07 pm »
Lol, any time.