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=== HT-ML ===
 
=== HT-ML ===
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HTML is not allowed in the conferences and will be automatically erased. However, we've developed a simple replacement called [[HT-ML ]](Hattrick Markup Language) where we've taken some standard HTML tags and also created a special set. The following HT-ML commands are allowed: [b], [/b], [i], [/i], [u], [/u], [br], [hr]. Note that the normal <> are replaced with []. We also have several special tags with the following format: [playerid=xxx], [teamid=xxx], [matchid=xxx], [leagueid=xxx], [youthteamid=xxx], [youthplayerid=xxx] and [allianceid=xxx], where you replace xxx with the appropriate number. This will be displayed in the message as a link to that special player/team/match/league/youth team/youth team player/alliance.Another HT-ML-command is [message=xxxxx.yy], which will link to other messages in the conferences, where xxxxx is the thread, yy is the number of the specific message. Also, we have the tag [link=xxx], where xxx must be in the format http://website-you-want-to-link. Example: [link=http://www.hattrick.org]. Another tag to use is [quote] and [/quote], or alternatively, [q] and [/q]. This will highlight the text between the tags like a quotation.
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HTML is not allowed in the conferences and will be automatically erased. However, we've developed a simple replacement called HT-ML (Hattrick Markup Language) where we've taken some standard HTML tags and also created a special set. The following HT-ML commands are allowed: [b], [/b], [i], [/i], [u], [/u], [br], [hr]. Note that the normal <> are replaced with []. We also have several special tags with the following format: [playerid=xxx], [teamid=xxx], [matchid=xxx], [leagueid=xxx], [youthteamid=xxx], [youthplayerid=xxx] and [allianceid=xxx], where you replace xxx with the appropriate number. This will be displayed in the message as a link to that special player/team/match/league/youth team/youth team player/alliance.Another HT-ML-command is [message=xxxxx.yy], which will link to other messages in the conferences, where xxxxx is the thread, yy is the number of the specific message. Also, we have the tag [link=xxx], where xxx must be in the format http://website-you-want-to-link. Example: [link=http://www.hattrick.org]. Another tag to use is [quote] and [/quote], or alternatively, [q] and [/q]. This will highlight the text between the tags like a quotation.
  
 
You are not allowed to use HT-ML to in any way change the way that anything but the message itself looks on Hattrick. Therefore you must be very careful with using the end-tags so that you won't mess up anything later. Failure to do so will be judged as a breach of the rules (see above for penalties).
 
You are not allowed to use HT-ML to in any way change the way that anything but the message itself looks on Hattrick. Therefore you must be very careful with using the end-tags so that you won't mess up anything later. Failure to do so will be judged as a breach of the rules (see above for penalties).
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It is possible to change the priority of a thread from the menu without actually opening it. Just click the image next to the thread name until you're satisfied with your choice. You can change multiple threads at once.
 
It is possible to change the priority of a thread from the menu without actually opening it. Just click the image next to the thread name until you're satisfied with your choice. You can change multiple threads at once.
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=== Explanations ===
 
=== Explanations ===

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