• Internet- und E-Mail-Adressen werden automatisch umgewandelt.
  • Erlaubte HTML-Tags: <a> <em> <strong> <cite> <code> <ul> <ol> <li> <dl> <dt> <dd> <img> <table> <tr> <td> <th> <span> <p> <br> <blockquote> <hr>

    Diese Website erlaubt HTML-Inhalte. Obwohl das Erlernen aller HTML-Befehle abschreckend erscheint, ist es sehr einfach, nur eine kleine Anzahl der grundlegendsten HTML-„Tags“ zu lernen. Diese Tabelle enthält Beispiele für jedes Tag, das auf dieser Website erlaubt ist.

    Weitere Informationen zu HTML sind in SelfHTML erhältlich oder können mit Suchmaschinen im Internet auch an anderer Stelle gefunden werden.

    Anker werden benutzt um Links zu anderen Seiten zu erstellen.<a href=""></a>
    Kodierter Text um Quelltexte anzuzeigen<code>Code</code>Code
    Ungeordnete Liste – Mit <li> wird jedes Listenelement begonnen<ul> <li>Erstes Element</li> <li>Zweites Element</li> </ul>
    • Erstes Element
    • Zweites Element
    Geordnete Liste – Mit <li> wird jedes Listenelement begonnen<ol> <li>Erstes Element</li> <li>Zweites Element</li> </ol>
    1. Erstes Element
    2. Zweites Element
    Definitionslisten sind ähnlich zu anderen HTML-Listen. <dl> leitet die Definitionsliste ein, <dt> enthält den zu definierenden Begriff und <dd> enthält die Definitionsbeschreibung.<dl> <dt>Erste Bedingung</dt> <dd>Erste Definition</dd> <dt>Zweiter Begriff</dt> <dd>Zweite Definition</dd> </dl>
    Erste Bedingung
    Erste Definition
    Zweiter Begriff
    Zweite Definition
    Kein Hilfetext für das img-Tag verfügbar.
    Tabelle<table> <tr><th>Tabellenkopf</th></tr> <tr><td>Tabellenzelle</td></tr> </table>
    Kein Hilfetext für das span-Tag verfügbar.
    Standardmäßig werden Absätze automatisch eingefügt. Dieses Tag wird also nur benötigt, um zusätzliche Absätze einzufügen.<p>Absatz eins.</p> <p>Absatz zwei.</p>

    Absatz eins.

    Absatz zwei.

    Standardmäßig werden Zeilenumbrüche automatisch eingefügt. Dieses Tag wird also nur benötigt, um zusätzliche Zeilenumbrüche einzufügen. Dieses Tag benötigt, im Gegensatz zu allen anderen, kein öffnendes und schließendes Tag. Um die XHTML-Kompatibilität zu erhalten, muss <br /> verwendet werden.Text mit <br /> ZeilenumbruchText mit
    Kein Hilfetext für das hr-Tag verfügbar.

    Die meisten Sonderzeichen können problemlos direkt eingegeben werden.

    Falls Probleme auftreten, sollten HTML-Entitäten verwendet werden. Ein Beispiel ist &amp; für ein kaufmännisches &. Eine vollständige Liste stellt SelfHTML bereit. Einige Zeichen sind:

    Kaufmännisches Und&amp;&
    Mehr als&gt;>
    Weniger als&lt;<
  • Quoted content can be placed between [quote] tags in order to be displayed as an indented quote. Every [quote] tag must have a corresponding [/quote] tag. For example:

    [quote]This is a simple quote.[/quote]
    is displayed as:

    This is a simple quote.

    Additionally, there is an optional attribute which allows quotes to specify the original author.

    [quote=Mr. Drupal]This is a quote with an attribution line.[/quote]
    is displayed as:

    Mr. Drupal wrote:
    This is a quote with an attribution line.

    Finally, multiple [quote] tags can be nested within one another. Just remember that every [quote] tag must have a corresponding [/quote] tag.

          [quote]I think she says it best...
          [quote=Ms. Quotation]This is a quote nested within another quote.[/quote]
          but you can't argue with
          [quote=Ms. Reply]The more quotes, the merrier.
          Just don't get too carried away.[/quote]
          And I have nothing more to say.[/quote]
    is displayed as:

    I think she says it best...
    Ms. Quotation wrote:
    This is a quote nested within another quote.
    but you can't argue with
    Ms. Reply wrote:
    The more quotes, the merrier. Just don't get too carried away.
    And I have nothing more to say.
  • Zeilenumbrüche und Absätze werden automatisch erkannt. Die Tags für Zeilenumbrüche (<br />) und Absätze (<p></p>) werden automatisch eingefügt. Wenn Absätze nicht erkannt werden, sollten noch einige Leerzeilen eingefügt werden.
  • BBCode Guide


    BBCode allows you to specify formatting rules for your text, even if you are not allowed to use HTML in your posts. BBCode originated from the forum software named PHPBB, and this site has a special implementation of it.

    In BBCode terms, you use "tags" to add formatting to your text. Every tag is enclosed in [ and ] brackets. If you want to mark some region in your text, you need to use an opening tag and a closing tag. Closing tags start with [/, as you will see in the examples below. If you mistype a tag or forget to close it, you will not get the desired formatting.

    Simple text formatting

    BBCode allows you to make some parts of your texts stand out from the context by adding [b]old, [i]talic, [u]nderlined and [s]trikeout formatting to them. The [color], [size] and [font] tags allow you to change the color, size and font of portions of the text you enclose with these tags. Both require a parameter (which colour, how big, what font) that is suffixed to the name of the tag by an equals sign (example below). You should not repeat the parameter in the closing tag!

    You can specify any recognized color name (red, blue, green, white, etc.) or a hexadecimal color value (#CDCDCD, #FFFFFF, etc.) as the parameter of a [color] tag. The [size] tag allows you to set the font size between 6 and 48, 6 being the smallest size. Note that using very large text is considered by many to be annoying, and it is seldom a good idea to try to attract more attention to your post in this way. The [font] tag can be set to any valid font face, such as Arial, Arial Black, Courier, Courier New, Helvetica, Impact, Times New Roman, Verdana, etc.

    I [b]need to do[/b] this by the weekend I need to do this by the weekend
    John said that [i]we should[/i] ask her John said that we should ask her
    I [u]would not like to[/u] offend you I would not like to offend you
    Let's correct this [s]mispelled[/s] misspelled word Let's correct this mispelled misspelled word
    Jane was at [color=blue]the coast[/color] Jane was at the coast
    Joe was in [color=#FF0000]the forest[/color] Joe was in the forest
    You said: [size=30]HEY![/size] You said: HEY!
    She said: [font=Courier]What?[/font] She said: What?

    Creating links

    You have multiple options to specify links to other destinations in your posts.

    URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) starting with "www" or "ftp" (eg. are automatically recognized and replaced with links. You can also use the [url] tag with a parameter to specify a link with meaningful text to click on. If you use the url tag without the parameter, the enclosed text is assumed to be a URL, and a link is created to that destination.

    Email addresses in posts are also automatically converted to email links. For compatibility with common BBCode implementations, an [email] tag is provided.

    For more examples, visit For more examples, visit
    For more examples, visit For more examples, visit
    If you have questions ask me at If you have questions ask me at
    If you have questions ask me at [email][/email] If you have questions ask me at
    We use [url=]the example site[/url] in these examples We use the example site in these examples
    We use [url][/url] in these examples We use in these examples

    Displaying images

    The [img] tag allows you to display an image in your post. You need to specify a URL to the image, so it needs to be accessible somewhere on the internet. Beware of adding very large images to your text, or the page will load very slowly!

    If you enclose a URL in an [img] tag, then it will be replaced with code to display the image. For example A good screenshot: [img][/img] will show you the screenshot (if it exists).

    You can also specify the desired display dimensions of the image by adding a dimension parameter to the [img] tag. A good screenshot: [img=640x480][/img] will display the image in 640x480 (though the full image will be downloaded). Do not use this to show a thumbnail of an image!

    You are free to link an image to an external destination by enclosing the [img] tag with a [url] tag: See [url=][img][/img][/url].

    Ordered and unordered lists

    The simplest list type is the unordered list, which means that there is no numbering applied to the elements. You can make such a list by enclosing the list elements in [list] opening and closing tags. Specify the start of one element with the [*] list element marker, which has no closing tag pair.

    To create an ordered list, you should add a parameter to the [list] list tag specifying what type of ordered list you would like to see. The possible parameters are "i", "I", "1", "a", "A", "c", "d" and "s" which all correspond to the display of the first list element.

    I love
    I love
    • Oranges
    • Apples
    • Bananas
    I love
    I love
    1. Oranges
    2. Apples
    3. Bananas
    I love
    I love
    1. Oranges
    2. Apples
    3. Bananas

    Fixed-width text and block formatting

    You can use the [code] tag to add an inline fixed-width formatted part or to add a block of (usually program) code. If there is any newline present between the opening and closing tags, then a block will be displayed.

    Similarly, the [php] tag can be used to post PHP code. PHP code will automatically be syntax highlighted for easier readability.

    Edit your [code]robots.txt[/code] file Edit your robots.txt file
    An HTML title example:
     <title>Page Title</title>
    An HTML title example:
     <title>Page Title</title>
    Some PHP code:
    function hello()
      echo "Hello World!";
    Some PHP code:
    function hello()
    "Hello World!";

    Text and block alignment

    You can also set the alignment of the text by using [left], [right] and [center] tags. The [float] tag can be used to place floating boxes in the text (especially handy for images). You can specify the direction of the floating with [float=left] and [float=right]. The [justify] tag can be used justify text on both sides of the page.

    Other supported tags

    It is possible to quote something that has already been posted, by just putting [quote][/quote] tags around it. To quote a specific person, use something like [quote=John]. Quote tags can be nested.

    The [sub] and [sup] tags can be used to add subscript and superscript text. For example, H[sub]2[/sub]O gives H2O, while X[sup]3[/sup] gives X3.

    The [acronym] tag allow you to identify text as an acronym and provide a description when users move their mouse over the tag. For example, [acronym=Structured Query Language]SQL[/acronym] produces SQL.

    The [abbr] tag allow you to identify text as an abbreviation and provide a description when users move their mouse over the tag. For example, [abbr=World Wide Web]WWW[/abbr] produces WWW.

    The [notag] tags prevent text inside the tags from being parsed. This allows you to give examples of BBcode and not have it converted to HTML. For example: [notag]These [b]tags[/b] are not rendered[/notag] will produce "These [b]tags[/b] are not rendered".

    The [hr] tag draws a horizontal line across the page. Handy for separating chunks of text.

    Using multiple formatting tags

    You can apply more than one formatting specification to a portion of some text. I was at [b][i]the coast[/i][/b] will be rendered as I was at the coast.

    Make sure that you take care of the proper order of the opening and closing tags. You should close the tags in the opposite order in which you opened them. Otherwise you might get very strange rendering results. Also check your post with the preview function before submitting it, in case there are formatting errors due to improper BBCode usage.

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