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dcpaq2xx
01 Apr 2006, 15:35
Group,

I am trying to create a post within a VB message board to kinda look like a spread sheet where I can have a list of entrys and then add information to it as I get the info but the board wont let me do this as it wants to push all the text together to the left side.

Is there anyway around this other than having to put extra text or ---- between all the words?

I am NOT looking to add a hack or modify my board, I am wanting to know how or if I can do this as Vbulletin currently stands coded.

Thanks

Doug

Borgs8472
01 Apr 2006, 16:23
search for 'table bbcode'

dcpaq2xx
01 Apr 2006, 17:07
search for 'table bbcode'

HUH?? What is that suppose to mean Borgs?

Where am I suppose to find this at and what am I suppose to do once I find it?

I'm not a mind reader guys, please help me out here.

Also I need this to work from a USER's stand point when posting a message, I'm not wanting to hack my board for this to work. This is an "As-Is" question.

Thanks

Doug

ConqSoft
01 Apr 2006, 17:26
You can't do it without adding a BBCODE (like Borgs8472 mentioned), or enabling HTML posts.

dcpaq2xx
01 Apr 2006, 17:31
You can't do it without adding a BBCODE (like Borgs8472 mentioned), or enabling HTML posts.

Ok... But again guys I'm not a mind reader here, You have to explain to me more than you are. I mean common "search for 'table bbcode'" that doesn't tell me anything. Where am I suppose to find this table and etc?

Doug

ConqSoft
01 Apr 2006, 17:34
Click search at the top of the page here. Type in "table bbcode". Press enter.

Or, just click here: http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=107985&highlight=table+bbcode

Tralala
01 Apr 2006, 17:39
Lol!

dcpaq2xx
01 Apr 2006, 17:54
Click search at the top of the page here. Type in "table bbcode". Press enter.

Or, just click here: http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=107985&highlight=table+bbcode

ConqSoft,

Thank you so much for your help. I really do appreciate it. That I beleive is exactly what I am looking to do. Ill give it a try. Again thank you so much.

As for you Tralala and your LOL, you can bit me!

As a result of a very brief answer I thought they were telling me that I had to go into my own message board and search for that "table bbcode" in the theme templates, I did not know they were saying to use the vbulletin.org's forum search feature to find posts related to this here at vb.org otherwise I could have done that myself. So excuse me !

Doug