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array(
0 => 'Creating an Unordered list',

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array(
0 => 'Creating an Unordered list',

		1 => 'BBCode supports two types of lists, unordered and ordered. They are essentially the same as their HTML equivalents. An unordered list outputs each item in your list sequentially one after the other indenting each with a bullet character. To create an unordered list you use <strong>[list][/list]</strong> and define each item within the list using <strong>[*]</strong>. For example to list your favourite colours you could use:<br /><br /><strong>[list]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>Red<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Blue<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Yellow<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />This would generate the following list:<ul><li>Red</li><li>Blue</li><li>Yellow</li></ul>'

		1 => 'BBCode supports two types of lists, unordered and ordered. They are essentially the same as their HTML equivalents. An unordered list outputs each item in your list sequentially one after the other indenting each with a bullet character. To create an unordered list you use <strong>[list][/list]</strong> and define each item within the list using <strong>[*]</strong>. For example to list your favourite colours you could use:<br /><br /><strong>[list]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>Red<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Blue<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Yellow<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />This would generate the following list:<ul><li>Red</li><li>Blue</li><li>Yellow</li></ul><br />Alternatively you can specify the list’s bullet style using <strong>[list=disc][/list]</strong>, <strong>[list=circle][/list]</strong>, or <strong>[list=square][/list]</strong>.'

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array(
0 => 'Creating an Ordered list',

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array(
0 => 'Creating an Ordered list',

		1 => 'The second type of list, an ordered list, gives you control over what is output before each item. To create an ordered list you use <strong>[list=1][/list]</strong> to create a numbered list or alternatively <strong>[list=a][/list]</strong> for an alphabetical list. As with the unordered list, items are specified using <strong>[*]</strong>. For example:<br /><br /><strong>[list=1]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>Go to the shops<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Buy a new computer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Swear at computer when it crashes<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />will generate the following:<ol style="list-style-type: decimal;"><li>Go to the shops</li><li>Buy a new computer</li><li>Swear at computer when it crashes</li></ol>Whereas for an alphabetical list you would use:<br /><br /><strong>[list=a]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: lower-alpha"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol>'

		1 => 'The second type of list, an ordered list, gives you control over what is output before each item. To create an ordered list you use <strong>[list=1][/list]</strong> to create a numbered list or alternatively <strong>[list=a][/list]</strong> for an alphabetical list. As with the unordered list, items are specified using <strong>[*]</strong>. For example:<br /><br /><strong>[list=1]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>Go to the shops<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Buy a new computer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Swear at computer when it crashes<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />will generate the following:<ol style="list-style-type: decimal;"><li>Go to the shops</li><li>Buy a new computer</li><li>Swear at computer when it crashes</li></ol>Whereas for an alphabetical list you would use:<br /><br /><strong>[list=a]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: lower-alpha"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol><br /><strong>[list=A]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: upper-alpha"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol><br /><strong>[list=i]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: lower-roman"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol><br /><strong>[list=I]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: upper-roman"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol>'

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array(
0 => 'Linking to another site',

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array(
0 => 'Linking to another site',

		1 => 'phpBB BBCode supports a number of ways of creating URIs (Uniform Resource Indicators) better known as URLs.<ul><li>The first of these uses the <strong>[url=][/url]</strong> tag, whatever you type after the = sign will cause the contents of that tag to act as a URL. For example to link to phpBB.com you could use:<br /><br /><strong>[url=https://www.phpbb.com/]</strong>Visit phpBB!<strong>[/url]</strong><br /><br />This would generate the following link, <a href="https://www.phpbb.com/">Visit phpBB!</a> Please notice that the link opens in the same window or a new window depending on the users browser preferences.</li><li>If you want the URL itself displayed as the link you can do this by simply using:<br /><br /><strong>[url]</strong>https://www.phpbb.com/<strong>[/url]</strong><br /><br />This would generate the following link, <a href="https://www.phpbb.com/">https://www.phpbb.com/</a></li><li>Additionally, phpBB features something called <i>Magic Links</i>, this will turn any syntactically correct URL into a link without you needing to specify any tags or even the leading https://. For example typing www.phpbb.com into your message will automatically lead to <a href="https://www.phpbb.com/">www.phpbb.com</a> being output when you view the message.</li><li>The same thing applies equally to email addresses, you can either specify an address explicitly for example:<br /><br /><strong>[email]</strong>no.one@domain.adr<strong>[/email]</strong><br /><br />which will output <a href="mailto:no.one@domain.adr">no.one@domain.adr</a> or you can just type no.one@domain.adr into your message and it will be automatically converted when you view.</li></ul>As with all the BBCode tags you can wrap URLs around any of the other tags such as <strong>[img][/img]</strong> (see next entry), <strong>[b][/b]</strong>, etc. As with the formatting tags it is up to you to ensure the correct open and close order is following, for example:<br /><br /><strong>[url=https://www.phpbb.com/][img]</strong>https://www.phpbb.com/theme/images/logos/blue/160x52.png<strong>[/url][/img]</strong><br /><br />is <span style="text-decoration: underline">not</span> correct which may lead to your post being deleted so take care.'

		1 => 'phpBB BBCode supports a number of ways of creating URIs (Uniform Resource Indicators) better known as URLs.<ul><li>The first of these uses the <strong>[url=][/url]</strong> tag, whatever you type after the = sign will cause the contents of that tag to act as a URL. For example to link to phpBB.com you could use:<br /><br /><strong>[url=https://www.phpbb.com/]</strong>Visit phpBB!<strong>[/url]</strong><br /><br />This would generate the following link, <a href="https://www.phpbb.com/">Visit phpBB!</a> Please notice that the link opens in the same window or a new window depending on the users browser preferences.</li><li>If you want the URL itself displayed as the link you can do this by simply using:<br /><br /><strong>[url]</strong>https://www.phpbb.com/<strong>[/url]</strong><br /><br />This would generate the following link, <a href="https://www.phpbb.com/">https://www.phpbb.com/</a></li><li>Additionally, phpBB features something called <i>Magic Links</i>, this will turn any syntactically correct URL into a link without you needing to specify any tags or even the leading http://. For example typing www.phpbb.com into your message will automatically lead to <a href="http://www.phpbb.com/">www.phpbb.com</a> being output when you view the message.</li><li>The same thing applies equally to email addresses, you can either specify an address explicitly for example:<br /><br /><strong>[email]</strong>no.one@domain.adr<strong>[/email]</strong><br /><br />which will output <a href="mailto:no.one@domain.adr">no.one@domain.adr</a> or you can just type no.one@domain.adr into your message and it will be automatically converted when you view.</li></ul>As with all the BBCode tags you can wrap URLs around any of the other tags such as <strong>[img][/img]</strong> (see next entry), <strong>[b][/b]</strong>, etc. As with the formatting tags it is up to you to ensure the correct open and close order is following, for example:<br /><br /><strong>[url=https://www.phpbb.com/][img]</strong>https://www.phpbb.com/theme/images/logos/blue/160x52.png<strong>[/url][/img]</strong><br /><br />is <span style="text-decoration: underline">not</span> correct which may lead to your post being deleted so take care.'

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array(
0 => '--',

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array(
0 => '--',