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<tr><td><nowiki>&#91;anchor=id&#93;text or more BB Code&#91;/anchor&#93;</nowiki></td><td>The <tt>anchor</tt> tag produces an anchor which can then be linked to, for example [[#post_id|" class="bbc_link">the anchor to the right]]. The anchor in the html is actually prefixed with &quot;post_&quot;. This is an inline tag and no block level tags can be placed inside, however other inline tags can be if nested correctly.</td><td><span id="post_id">text or more BB Code</span></td></tr>
 
<tr><td><nowiki>&#91;anchor=id&#93;text or more BB Code&#91;/anchor&#93;</nowiki></td><td>The <tt>anchor</tt> tag produces an anchor which can then be linked to, for example [[#post_id|" class="bbc_link">the anchor to the right]]. The anchor in the html is actually prefixed with &quot;post_&quot;. This is an inline tag and no block level tags can be placed inside, however other inline tags can be if nested correctly.</td><td><span id="post_id">text or more BB Code</span></td></tr>
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[anchor=id]text or more BB Code[/anchor]The anchor tag produces an anchor which can then be linked to, for example " class="bbc_link">the anchor to the right. The anchor in the html is actually prefixed with "post_". This is an inline tag and no block level tags can be placed inside, however other inline tags can be if nested correctly.text or more BB Code