13 thoughts on “Testing the More Quicktag

  1. Dick Kusleika

    This is before the less than < This is in the middle > This after the greater than

    This is before the less than < This is in the middle > This after the greater than

  2. Dick Kusleika

    <pre>This is before the less than < This is in the middle > This after the greater than</pre>

    This is before the less than < This is in the middle > This after the greater than
  3. Dick Kusleika

    <code>This is before the less than < This is in the middle > This after the greater than</code>

    This is before the less than < This is in the middle > This after the greater than
  4. Dick Kusleika

    [vb]This is before the less than < This is in the middle > This after the greater than[/vb]

    This is before the less than < This is in the middle > This after the greater than
  5. Michael

    Dick –

    Posting some test code with angle brackets matched left and right. Code is

    If A less than B then
    ‘blah bleep
    ElseIf A greater than B then
    ‘bleep blah
    End If

    If A <b> B then
    ‘  Bleep blah
    End If
  6. Michael

    Good Morning, Dick – Looking at your 3:04 post, I would not expect to see the comment with the tags. For instance, when I tagged my 10:14 post with VBA tags, I don’t see the tags above, but do see the deletions. Do you have a special setting somehow?

    …mrt

  7. Michael

    Dick –

    You probably saw this:

    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/181085

    When I looked at it, I was struck by the differences in the angle brackets on the line that includes “(and the ending tags too) but now I need to escape all”. The first pair after that is Arial Unicode MS and the second pair is vanilla Arial.

    Germane? Dunno.

    …mrt

  8. Simon Herbert

    I had a problem before when I put the signs next to each other, this should test that:

    (should show less than, greater than no space in between)
    (should show less than, greater than 1 space in between)
    (should show less than, greater than, word “Test” in between)
    (should show less than, greater than, word ” Test ” in between)
    >< (should show greater than, less than no space in between)
    (should show greater than, less than 1 space in between)
    (should show greater than, less than, word “Test” in between)
    (should show greater than, less than, word ” Test ” in between)

    Whole test again inside VB tags:

     (should show less than, greater than no space in between)
     (should show less than, greater than 1 space in between)
     (should show less than, greater than, word “Test” in between)
     (should show less than, greater than, word ” Test “ in between)
    &gt;&lt; (should show greater than, less than no space in between)
     (should show greater than, less than 1 space in between)
     (should show greater than, less than, word “Test” in between)
     (should show greater than, less than, word ” Test “ in between)

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