How To Use The Quote Function

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How To Use The Quote Function

Hi everyone. We've had several questions asking how to use the quote function and how to "pick and choose" parts of previous posts for quoting. I will attempt to illustrate.

At the bottom of the post to which you wish to reply, there are several selections you may choose. One of those choices is "quote". When you click on quote, an edit box comes up with the post pre-populated for you. At the beginning of the text you will see:

[ quote=Susan ] (without the spaces)

Hi there!

At the end of the post you will see [ /quote ] (again, without the spaces)

I had to put the spaces in for instructions or the quote feature in this post would make it look like this:

Susan wrote:
Hi there!

If you wish to pick and choose or quote multiple posts, just make sure the text you are quoting begins with a left bracket ( [ ) then "quote=" and the user's name and then a right bracket ( ] ). At the end of the text you wish to quote, use a left bracket, then a slash followed by the word "quote", ending with a right bracket.

If you wish to comment between quote, just be sure you have matching beginning and ending quotes.

For instance (again, I'm putting in spaces where you should not):

[ quote=Winston ] I think we should have a four day work week. [ /quote ]

(Then I respond)

I disagree. It should be a three day work week and the pay should be the same.

[ quote=Louise ] Well, I like my job. I wish I could go to work six days a week. [ /quote ]

(I reply)

Louise, you are very lucky, but I suspect you must get paid overtime.

[ quote=EmilyJean ] I love my job, but I wish someone would pay me to take a nap. [ /quote ]

(I reply)

Emily Jean, you are paid to take a nap because you are my cat.

 

This conversation wil display like this:

Winston wrote:
I think we should have a four day work week.

I disagree. It should be a three day work week and the pay should be the same.

Louise wrote:
Well, I like my job. I wish I could go to work six days a week.

Louise, you are very lucky, but I suspect you must get paid overtime.

EmilyJean wrote:
I love my job, but I wish someone would pay me to take a nap.

Emily Jean, you are paid to take a nap because you are my cat.

 

You will also notice quotes within quotes. The main thing is to be sure you have matching opening and closing quotes for each post for it to display properly.

If I quote Winston who quoted Emily Jean, the comment box would look like this:

[ quote=Winston ] I prefer Fancy Feast

[ quote=EmilyJean ] I really like Nine Lives [ /quote ]

(then Winston answers EmilyJean's post)

Yeah. I agree.

[ /quote ]

It will display like this:

Winston wrote:
I prefer Fancy Feast

EmilyJean wrote:
I really like Nine Lives

Yeah. I agree.

 

Hope that helps some of the posters having trouble. Just remember, the Preview Button is your friend! It gives you a chance to see how everything displays so you can fix it before submitting.

 


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Great tutorial Susan. Good

Great tutorial Susan. Good job!


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Thanks.  It ended up being

Thanks.  It ended up being longer than anticipated.  But at least when someone asks how to use quotes, we can link this post.

Yes, I have written user's manuals and it's pretty dry stuff!

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This is excellent!  Thank

This is excellent!  Thank you for taking the time to do this.  Also, please thank Winston, Louise and Emily Jean for playing their roles.


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Very good tutorial!

Very good tutorial!


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Dawrin wrote:

How NOT to use the quote function:

 

Darwin wrote:

Evolution is the faith for those who follow the great Satan! Hail Evil!

 

It would be funnier if people didn’t actually do that kind of thing....

 

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Bumping for the new

Bumping for the new folks!

 


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Thanks for taking the time

Thanks for taking the time to write that tutorial, Susan. Smile


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Bumping to keep this at the

Bumping to keep this at the top of recent posts.

 


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Bumping for the new

Bumping for the new folks.

 


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Bump again ~ ~ ~ so this

Bump again ~ ~ ~ so this will stay high in the recent posts list.


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Winston clearly has not done

Winston clearly has not done any research on this.  Nine Lives is clearly superior.  I damn him to 1 eternity eating dog food instead.


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Is there a way to sticky

Is there a way to sticky this thread so we don't have to bump it? BTW, great tutorial!


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*Bump*

*Bump*


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GlamourKat wrote: Is there

GlamourKat wrote:
Is there a way to sticky this thread so we don't have to bump it? BTW, great tutorial!

Thank you.

Yes, I think that's a good idea.  I'll ask. 

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Tarpan wrote: Winston

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Winston clearly has not done any research on this. Nine Lives is clearly superior. I damn him to 1 eternity eating dog food instead.

Oh Tarpan, that would make my Winston go blind.  Dog food does not contain taurine.  Without taruine in their diet, kitties go blind.

I would be very sad to think Winston would be bumping into walls for eternity because he's not that bright to begin with.  You look into his eyes and the lights are on, but no one is home.

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Bumping for general

Bumping for general principles.

 


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Bumping for the new

Bumping for the new members.

 


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Time to bump for new

Time to bump for new members.

 


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It's time to bump

It's time to bump again!

 


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Bump (for new members) 

Bump

(for new members) 


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Susan wrote: It's time to

Susan wrote:

It's time to bump again!

jce wrote:
*Bump*

Susan wrote:

Time to bump for new members.

Susan wrote:

Bumping for general principles.

BGH wrote:

Bump

(for new members)

 

Sticky maybe?

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Thanks, Susan I'm a

Thanks, Susan

I'm a equivalent age contributer!

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Susan wrote: Thanks.  It

Susan wrote:

Thanks.  It ended up being longer than anticipated.  But at least when someone asks how to use quotes, we can link this post.

Yes, I have written user's manuals and it's pretty dry stuff!

We definitey are of the same school (15-yrs. as as a technical writer).

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One other thing: How do you

One other thing: How do you add a signature or a logo on symbol?

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nullusdeus wrote: One other

nullusdeus wrote:
One other thing: How do you add a signature or a logo on symbol?

To add a signature, go to the "edit" tab in My Account (link at the top of every web page).  It's near the bottom of the page in the "comment settings" section.  Just put whatever you want for your signature in the box (it's just like the comment boxes in the threads) and then click on the Submit button at the bottom of the page.

As for the second part of your question, are you asking for an RRS badge to edit into a photo for your avatar?  I can't find them on the forums at the moment, but will send you URLs for a couple via a contact forum (which will be in an email to the address your account uses).

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*bump for the recent

*bump for the recent newbies*

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*bump* JEEESH!!!! 

*bump*

JEEESH!!!! 

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Quote: *bump* JEEESH!!!!

Quote:

*bump*

JEEESH!!!!

psssst...

It's a sticky.

 

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Damn look at this an entire

Damn look at this

an entire thread of bumps

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Hambydammit

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Quote:

*bump*

JEEESH!!!!

psssst...

It's a sticky.

 

Yep. And people still ain't reading it.

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Susan wrote:Hi everyone.

Susan wrote:

Hi everyone. We've had several questions asking how to use the quote function and how to "pick and choose" parts of previous posts for quoting. I will attempt to illustrate.

At the bottom of the post to which you wish to reply, there are several selections you may choose. One of those choices is "quote". When you click on quote, an edit box comes up with the post pre-populated for you. At the beginning of the text you will see:

[ quote=Susan ] (without the spaces)

Hi there!

At the end of the post you will see [ /quote ] (again, without the spaces)

I had to put the spaces in for instructions or the quote feature in this post would make it look like this:

Susan wrote:
Hi there!

If you wish to pick and choose or quote multiple posts, just make sure the text you are quoting begins with a left bracket ( [ ) then "quote=" and the user's name and then a right bracket ( ] ). At the end of the text you wish to quote, use a left bracket, then a slash followed by the word "quote", ending with a right bracket.

If you wish to comment between quote, just be sure you have matching beginning and ending quotes.

For instance (again, I'm putting in spaces where you should not):

[ quote=Winston ] I think we should have a four day work week. [ /quote ]

(Then I respond)

I disagree. It should be a three day work week and the pay should be the same.

[ quote=Louise ] Well, I like my job. I wish I could go to work six days a week. [ /quote ]

(I reply)

Louise, you are very lucky, but I suspect you must get paid overtime.

[ quote=EmilyJean ] I love my job, but I wish someone would pay me to take a nap. [ /quote ]

(I reply)

Emily Jean, you are paid to take a nap because you are my cat.

 

This conversation wil display like this:

Winston wrote:
I think we should have a four day work week.

I disagree. It should be a three day work week and the pay should be the same.

Louise wrote:
Well, I like my job. I wish I could go to work six days a week.

Louise, you are very lucky, but I suspect you must get paid overtime.

EmilyJean wrote:
I love my job, but I wish someone would pay me to take a nap.

Emily Jean, you are paid to take a nap because you are my cat.

 

You will also notice quotes within quotes. The main thing is to be sure you have matching opening and closing quotes for each post for it to display properly.

If I quote Winston who quoted Emily Jean, the comment box would look like this:

[ quote=Winston ] I prefer Fancy Feast

[ quote=EmilyJean ] I really like Nine Lives [ /quote ]

(then Winston answers EmilyJean's post)

Yeah. I agree.

[ /quote ]

It will display like this:

Winston wrote:
I prefer Fancy Feast

EmilyJean wrote:
I really like Nine Lives

Yeah. I agree.

 

Hope that helps some of the posters having trouble. Just remember, the Preview Button is your friend! It gives you a chance to see how everything displays so you can fix it before submitting.

 

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One issue I've found with

One issue I've found with this forum software is that using the plain text editor, previewing and then posting removes certain paragraph breaks, so that what gets posted doesn't match the preview.  Using the plain text editor and posting directly without previewing, works correctly.  Is the fact that it switches back to the Rich Text Editor after previewing, even though it should stay with what the user set, part of the problem?

 

 

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Good tutorial. 'twas a good

Good tutorial. 'twas a good thing i visit many forums and am quite familiar with the function already. thanks!

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Susan wrote:Hi everyone.

Susan wrote:

Hi everyone. We've had several questions asking how to use the quote function and how to "pick and choose" parts of previous posts for quoting. I will attempt to illustrate.

I am testing this

At the bottom of the post to which you wish to reply, there are several selections you may choose. One of those choices is "quote". When you click on quote, an edit box comes up with the post pre-populated for you. At the beginning of the text you will see:

[ quote=Susan ] (without the spaces)

Hi there!

At the end of the post you will see [ /quote ] (again, without the spaces)

I had to put the spaces in for instructions or the quote feature in this post would make it look like this:

Susan wrote:
Hi there!

If you wish to pick and choose or quote multiple posts, just make sure the text you are quoting begins with a left bracket ( [ ) then "quote=" and the user's name and then a right bracket ( ] ). At the end of the text you wish to quote, use a left bracket, then a slash followed by the word "quote", ending with a right bracket.

If you wish to comment between quote, just be sure you have matching beginning and ending quotes.

For instance (again, I'm putting in spaces where you should not):

[ quote=Winston ] I think we should have a four day work week. [ /quote ]

(Then I respond)

I disagree. It should be a three day work week and the pay should be the same.

[ quote=Louise ] Well, I like my job. I wish I could go to work six days a week. [ /quote ]

(I reply)

Louise, you are very lucky, but I suspect you must get paid overtime.

[ quote=EmilyJean ] I love my job, but I wish someone would pay me to take a nap. [ /quote ]

(I reply)

Emily Jean, you are paid to take a nap because you are my cat.

 

This conversation wil display like this:

Winston wrote:
I think we should have a four day work week.

I disagree. It should be a three day work week and the pay should be the same.

Louise wrote:
Well, I like my job. I wish I could go to work six days a week.

Louise, you are very lucky, but I suspect you must get paid overtime.

EmilyJean wrote:
I love my job, but I wish someone would pay me to take a nap.

Emily Jean, you are paid to take a nap because you are my cat.

 

You will also notice quotes within quotes. The main thing is to be sure you have matching opening and closing quotes for each post for it to display properly.

If I quote Winston who quoted Emily Jean, the comment box would look like this:

[ quote=Winston ] I prefer Fancy Feast

[ quote=EmilyJean ] I really like Nine Lives [ /quote ]

(then Winston answers EmilyJean's post)

Yeah. I agree.

[ /quote ]

It will display like this:
 

Winston wrote:
I prefer Fancy Feast

EmilyJean wrote:
I really like Nine Lives

Yeah. I agree.

 

Hope that helps some of the posters having trouble. Just remember, the Preview Button is your friend! It gives you a chance to see how everything displays so you can fix it before submitting.

 

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Susan wrote:Hi there! Lemme

Susan wrote:

Hi there!

Lemme guess... you must be "St. Bitch the Fierce; Queen of Sass"

Amiright, or amiright?

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Another point that should be

Another point that should be mentioned is that if you use certain punctuation characters immediately next to a ')', such as ", :, -,  it may be turned into some sort of smiley &quotEye-wink  Smiling &nbspEye-wink -Smiling  when you post it.

Best rule is to make sure there is a space between any such character and a right parenthesis.

 

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BUMP

I am bumping this up because I notice there are a lot of people who may not have read it.

The first post and the post just before my post here have some very good information.


To repeat --

The [ quote ] [ /quote ] must balance.  That is, they must be in pairs.  If you have too many [ /quote ], your post will tab over to the left.  Too many [ quote ] and your own text will look like it is quoted.

You can check this.  See the Preview Post button?  You can see what your post looks like before you post the final version.  Very handy.  Then you can go looking for those blankety-blank extra quotes and end quotes.

I found Preview, Edit, Preview, Edit, eventually gets the system all confused.  Try to stick with only previewing just before doing your very last edit and then post the sucker.

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Susan wrote:Hi everyone.

Susan wrote:

Hi everyone. We've had several questions asking how to use the quote function and how to "pick and choose" parts of previous posts for quoting. I will attempt to illustrate.

At the bottom of the post to which you wish to reply, there are several selections you may choose. One of those choices is "quote". When you click on quote, an edit box comes up with the post pre-populated for you. At the beginning of the text you will see:

[ quote=Susan ] (without the spaces)

Hi there!

At the end of the post you will see [ /quote ] (again, without the spaces)

I had to put the spaces in for instructions or the quote feature in this post would make it look like this:

Susan wrote:
Hi there!

If you wish to pick and choose or quote multiple posts, just make sure the text you are quoting begins with a left bracket ( [ ) then "quote=" and the user's name and then a right bracket ( ] ). At the end of the text you wish to quote, use a left bracket, then a slash followed by the word "quote", ending with a right bracket.

If you wish to comment between quote, just be sure you have matching beginning and ending quotes.

For instance (again, I'm putting in spaces where you should not):

[ quote=Winston ] I think we should have a four day work week. [ /quote ]

(Then I respond)

I disagree. It should be a three day work week and the pay should be the same.

[ quote=Louise ] Well, I like my job. I wish I could go to work six days a week. [ /quote ]

(I reply)

Louise, you are very lucky, but I suspect you must get paid overtime.

[ quote=EmilyJean ] I love my job, but I wish someone would pay me to take a nap. [ /quote ]

(I reply)

Emily Jean, you are paid to take a nap because you are my cat.

 

This conversation wil display like this:

Winston wrote:
I think we should have a four day work week.

I disagree. It should be a three day work week and the pay should be the same.

Louise wrote:
Well, I like my job. I wish I could go to work six days a week.

Louise, you are very lucky, but I suspect you must get paid overtime.

EmilyJean wrote:
I love my job, but I wish someone would pay me to take a nap.

Emily Jean, you are paid to take a nap because you are my cat.

 

You will also notice quotes within quotes. The main thing is to be sure you have matching opening and closing quotes for each post for it to display properly.

If I quote Winston who quoted Emily Jean, the comment box would look like this:

[ quote=Winston ] I prefer Fancy Feast

[ quote=EmilyJean ] I really like Nine Lives [ /quote ]

(then Winston answers EmilyJean's post)

Yeah. I agree.

[ /quote ]

It will display like this:

Winston wrote:
I prefer Fancy Feast

EmilyJean wrote:
I really like Nine Lives

Yeah. I agree.

 

Hope that helps some of the posters having trouble. Just remember, the Preview Button is your friend! It gives you a chance to see how everything displays so you can fix it before submitting.

 

 

I am also agree with it.


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Hehehehe, Wish I had read this sooner

I was wondering how this was properly done. Every website that I have previously participated on has done it a little bit differently. I was actually copying and pasting. through clipboard, and then highlighting and selecting the italics feature.  Talk about taking a long way around to do something so simple.

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well-written tutorial!  I

well-written tutorial!  I hope everyone, who did not know how to do this, benefits from it!


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Guys I cant figure out the

Guys I cant figure out the quote function need I need someone to hold my hand


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[ quote=Susan ] Yes, I have

[ quote=Susan ] Yes, I have written user's manuals and it's pretty dry stuff! [ /quote ]

 

not important, im just trying to see if i can quote