BBCode
You've the possibility to format the text of your entry with the pseudo HTML elements of the table below. Every BBCode element starts with a [ so if you want to print this character instead of a BBCode element you must write [[ !

BBCode usage:
  [element]text to format[/element]
or short form:
  [element]text to format[/]
Elements
Bold: [b]Example text[/b] =
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Italic: [i]Example text[/i] =
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Underlined: [u]Example text[/u] =
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Color: [color=black]Example text[/color] =
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[color=gray]Example text[/color] =
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[color=red]Example text[/color] =
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[color=lime]Example text[/color] =
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[color=yellow]Example text[/color] =
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[color=blue]Example text[/color] =
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[color=fuchsia]Example text[/color] =
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[color=aqua]Example text[/color] =
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[color=white]Example text[/color] =
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[color=maroon]Example text[/color] =
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[color=green]Example text[/color] =
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[color=olive]Example text[/color] =
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[color=navy]Example text[/color] =
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[color=purple]Example text[/color] =
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[color=teal]Example text[/color] =
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[color=silver]Example text[/color] =
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Font: [font=Times]Example text[/font] =
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