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Old 25th November 2022
J65nko J65nko is offline
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Default Does the BB code for Strikethrough work for you?

A member reported that the 'strikethrough' BB code did not work for him. You can read about the pure HTML tag/code for this at https://www.w3docs.com/learn-html/html-strike-tag.html

The following line should show the strikethrough BB code:
  • First the code: [del]This is striketrhough'ed[/del]
  • Now for real: This is striketrhough'ed
For me with firefox on OpenBSD 7.1. it works correctly.
Before I start to mess around with the HTML code for this tag, please report whether this works for you. Please state your OS and browser(version)
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