|W H A T A R E S M I L I E S ?|
'Smilies' are small graphical images that can be used to convey an emotion or feeling. If you have used email or internet chat, you are likely familiar with the smilie concept. Certain standard strings are automatically converted into smilies. Try twisting your head on one side if you do not get smilies; using a bit of imagination should reveal a face of some description.
Here's the list of currently accepted smilies:
|What to Type||Emotion||Graphic That Will Appear|
|:p||razz (stick out tongue)|
|:rolleyes:||roll eyes (sarcastic)|
|W H A T I S A D V A N D C E D G U E S T B O O K C O D E ?|
AGCode is a variation on the HTML tags you may already be familiar with. Basically, it allows you to add functionality or style to your message that would normally require HTML. You can use AGCode even if HTML is not enabled for the guestbook. You may want to use AGCode as opposed to HTML, even if HTML is enabled for the guestbook, because there is less coding required and it is safer to use (incorrect coding syntax will not lead to as many problems).
You must not use both HTML and AGCode to do the same function. Also note that the AGCode is not case-sensitive (thus, you could use [URL] or [url]).
Incorrect AGCode Usage:
[url] www.proxy2.de [/url] - don't put spaces between the bracketed code and the text you are applying the code to.
[email]firstname.lastname@example.org[email] - the end brackets must include a forward slash ([/email])