Have you seen others link to cards like Millhouse Manastorm or put their decks in a post but not quite know how to use this yourself? You've come to the right thread! Below i will provide a brief guide on how to use 'BBCode' for yourself. Hope some may find it useful!
Bulletin Board Code is a simplified form of 'markup' that is typically used for formatting posts on message boards. In this case, we will be using it to add enhanced card and deck elements to posts, comments, deck guides, signatures & private messages.
It's pretty straightforward:
Note: You must use plain text for these, as things like bolded or italic text will break it. I am intentionally breaking it in this post to show what to type.
Read on for an explanation on how to apply these in your own posts.
Feel free to use this thread to test if necessary!
To use a card tooltip, you only need to type the following.
[card]millhouse manastorm[/card] becomes:
Including a second parameter 'gold' with a space will (soon!) load the golden image for the tooltip instead, if available.
Very similar to the card tooltips however this tag will result in a clickable image being displayed, rather than just fancy text.
Use the same method as above, instead using [cardimg]name or id [/cardimg] which results in the following:
This is the default size, however you can choose the size for yourself.
To make the image a particular size:
You like golden animation? Here's how to display them:
If you want to display the Battlegrounds version of a card, you can do so by using the "bg" attribute on card and cardimg tags.
Let's use Alleycat as an example.
[cardimg bg]Alleycat[/cardimg] will give you:
So you've created a deck using our deckbuilder and you'd like to share it with everyone? The solution is simple!
On the page of a deck you will see a button below the user labeled '</> Copy BBCode'. This will copy the code to your clipboard for you to paste, easy!
Optionally you can type the [deck]id[/deck] BBCode with the id being found in the url of the deck page.
For example, this deck is number 6066: https://outof.cards/hearthstone/decks/6066-da-mumdatakah-quest-paladin
Using this deck id in the code results in a widget that neatly displays information about it and also links to it's page:
If any questions are left unanswered you are welcome to ask them here!
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Oh thank you so much for this. I've been wondering for months how people were putting these things in posts.
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This is pretty rad.
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For Runeterra cards, is there a way to link the leveled-up version of the Champion?
Great information for newcomers!
I was always curious how to do the golden cards, so thanks!
The one I'm curious about is how to change the text of card tooltip? Example, make the text "Dr. 7" show the tooltip for Dr. Boom.
Quote From FortyDustFor Runeterra cards, is there a way to link the leveled-up version of the Champion?
if you add "token" as a parameter like you would with "golden" for Hearthstone cards, it'll pick up the level-up version.
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Quote From XarkkalGreat information for newcomers! I was always curious how to do the golden cards, so thanks! The one I'm curious about is how to change the text of card tooltip? Example, make the text "Dr. 7" show the tooltip for Dr. Boom.
Use the regular card tooltip but add text="Insert your text here" inside the first bracket. So the first bracket would be card text="Dr. 7" in your case.
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Any way to do screenshots from pc?
Quote From SamHobbs494Any way to do screenshots from pc?
Upload them to an image hosting service such as imgur.com. Afterwards get the direct link to the image and hit the Insert/edit Image button in the editor.
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