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Old 12-03-2010, 12:34 AM
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How do you directly post a you tube video right to a post so that you can play it without having to use a link
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Old 12-03-2010, 12:50 AM
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lol, theres a you tube button just above the box that you type in. Right next to the big G button
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wtf I dont get it. Can you be more precise here.
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[http://www.rctech.net/forum/newreply...e=1&p=8291497][/YOUTUBE]
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ok quick lesson in message board tags

tags consist of two bracketed terms with the link in between them. the first term opens the tag and the second closes it. whatever's between the opening and closing terms is used to generate content. the only difference between the two terms is the closing term starts with a backslash

so [TERM]link[/TERM]

example: I'm going to use {} instead of [] here so you can see it

the tag for bold text is "B", so to make something bold I'd put {B}stuff{/B} and it would appear bold

same goes for italic, which is "I". I can nest one tag inside of another to produce both effects, so {I}{B}stuff{/B}{/I} would appear both bold and italic
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Ok this is better. I agree.

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ERROR: If you can see this, then YouTube is down or you don't have Flash installed.
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geez, all that work and you post a drifting video?

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Originally Posted by OTE_TheMissile View Post
ok quick lesson in message board tags

tags consist of two bracketed terms with the link in between them. the first term opens the tag and the second closes it. whatever's between the opening and closing terms is used to generate content. the only difference between the two terms is the closing term starts with a backslash

so [TERM]link[/TERM]

example: I'm going to use {} instead of [] here so you can see it

the tag for bold text is "B", so to make something bold I'd put {B}stuff{/B} and it would appear bold

same goes for italic, which is "I". I can nest one tag inside of another to produce both effects, so {I}{B}stuff{/B}{/I} would appear both bold and italic
Ok crawling into a hole now. lol

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Originally Posted by OTE_TheMissile View Post
geez, all that work and you post a drifting video?

lol lol lol. Dang it was the first thing that came up. You should I have seen before i edited it. I copied and pasted a non you tube video and was like no that didnt work.

So I noticed it and hurried up and found the first youtube video on a search.
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gotta post awesome stuff, like Outlaw Dirt Late Model time trials on pavement

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Nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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{IMG}link to a photo{/IMG}



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