Underlines text. See a pattern here?
Allows you to embed a link into the page that automatically decides which format to put it in, and if it doesn't match our automator then it simply creates a link to it.
This can be used to make any video link (youtube, google, facebook, vimeo, flv) into a video embedded in the page.
You can embed audio and flv clips which use a native player, or create thumbnails by linking to images on sites. If you find a thumbnail can't be created and you know it should then use this format: [url=img]http://example.com/linktoimage[/url] or if an flv or mp3 can't be embedded use [url=flv]http://example.com/linktoflv[/url] or [url=mp3]http://example.com/linktomp3[/url].
Flash files can be embedded also - if you find you can't embed them and it just makes a link then use the format: [url=flash]http://example.com/linktoflash[/url] - this technique works nicely with some obscure video sites too.
Use this to embed an entire image. To wrap the image around text (left or right) use the following format: [img=right]http://example.com/linktoimage[/img]
Set the size of the font, 1-7, 7 being largest
Use either a hex value or colour name to set the colour of your text i.e. [color=#990000]Text[/color] or [color=darkred]Text[/color] will make your text dark red.
Align content to the left
Align content to the center
Align content to the right
Stretch text kerning on each line so it fits the full width of the page. Nice for news articles sometimes. Well, not really.
Quote something someone said. Use this format: [quote=username]this is what the person said[/quote] to put the quoter's name at the top. Can be wrapped in other quotes.
Display html code in a box without parsing it
Display youtube videos using the code relative to that video (i.e. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXXXXXXX where XXXXXXXX is the code)
Display php code in a box in unicode font. PHP highlighting to come.
Embed a flash file - works the same as [url=flash]http://example.com/linktoflash[/url] or [url]http://example.com/linktoflash[/url]
Create a button with the source link relating to the article posted
Embed a google video using its code (i.e. http://video.google.com/?docid=XXXXXXXXX where the code is XXXXXXXXX)
Works the same as the url tag
Set a different font family to the page (doesn't necessarily work on all operating systems - choose web fonts for best results)