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<tr><td><center><span style="font-size: 12pt;" class="bbc_size"><tt>'''sub'''</tt></span></center></td><td><center>'''Subscript'''</center></td><td><center><img src="http://docs.simplemachines.org/Themes/default/images/bbc/sub.gif" alt="" class="bbc_img" /></center></td></tr>
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{{Wordy bbc
 
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|tag=sub
<tr><td><nowiki>&#91;sub&#93;text or more BB Code&#91;/sub&#93;</nowiki></td><td>The <tt>sub</tt> tag styles text as a subscript. 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>normal<sub>subscript</sub></td></tr>
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|button=sub.gif
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|example=normal[sub]subscript[/sub]
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|description=The sub tag formats the text between the BBC tags to be displayed as subscript to the text outside the tags. This is an inline tag and no block level tags can be placed inside, however other inline tags can be used if nested correctly.
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|result=normal<sub>subscript</sub>
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[[Category:Basic Bulletin Board Code]]
 
[[Category:Bulletin_Board_Code]]
 
[[Category:Bulletin_Board_Code]]
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[[Category:Text Formatting Bulletin Board Code]]

Latest revision as of 11:27, 2 July 2013

button: Sub.gif

description: The sub tag formats the text between the BBC tags to be displayed as subscript to the text outside the tags. This is an inline tag and no block level tags can be placed inside, however other inline tags can be used if nested correctly.

example: normal[sub]subscript[/sub]

result: normalsubscript