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Topic # 109248 16-Sep-2012 15:17
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I had a thread here where I was asking for help learning the javascript language,  however pasting the code here resulted in "breaking" the forum and the thread was deleted.

Is there a more appropriate way to paste code here so that I can get help from other members?  I know some forums have a code function.

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  Reply # 686733 16-Sep-2012 17:37
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Geekzone bbcode has a code tag I think

 
var test = $('something');


However I'd just use http://pastie.org/ and post a link to your code as you get syntax highlighting etc

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  Reply # 686752 16-Sep-2012 18:06
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Yes, but with parse iframes as they and that caused problems for his post...





 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 686845 16-Sep-2012 21:09
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freitasm: Yes, but with parse iframes as they and that caused problems for his post...



Testing:

 <iframe src="http://www.google.co.nz"></iframe>  

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  Reply # 686854 16-Sep-2012 21:35
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Golly my answer is completely unintelligible.




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  Reply # 686855 16-Sep-2012 21:46
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Wow I haven't heard the word golly for ages :) Boy oh boy a Lincoln toy!



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  Reply # 686894 16-Sep-2012 23:56
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It's just not working :( I can't paste my code here without it causing errors on geekzone.


Is any nice person that knows javascript able to PM me? I just have a quick question that I'm sure is easy to solve but it's driving me nuts. Thanks!

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  Reply # 686899 17-Sep-2012 00:09
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GeoffisPure: It's just not working :( I can't paste my code here without it causing errors on geekzone.


Is any nice person that knows javascript able to PM me? I just have a quick question that I'm sure is easy to solve but it's driving me nuts. Thanks!


Did you get my second answer yesterday? I think it was right. Feel free to PM me.

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  Reply # 687015 17-Sep-2012 11:15
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GeoffisPure: It's just not working :( I can't paste my code here without it causing errors on geekzone.

Is any nice person that knows javascript able to PM me? I just have a quick question that I'm sure is easy to solve but it's driving me nuts. Thanks!


Post the code on http://pastie.org and post the link to it here?

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  Reply # 687029 17-Sep-2012 11:51
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Or jsfiddle.net

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  Reply # 687055 17-Sep-2012 12:18
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Take screenshot of code in editor. Save as jpeg. Post to geekzone.

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  Reply # 687056 17-Sep-2012 12:19
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gzt: Take screenshot of code in editor. Save as jpeg. Post to geekzone.


Can't copy and paste from a jpeg easily, not the best solution.

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