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When you use the Quote functionality in a post, you can edit the name of the person you are quoting and turn it into a link. I use this when I have quoted something from a different thread or indeed from an external website.
You want your quote tag to look something like this for an internal link:
[q="[link]Person's name[/link]"]Quotation in here.[/q]
If you're quoting a specific post, you can find the post number and type from the link at the bottom right of the post where the date of posting is. For replies to threads, this will be an [article]. In this case you want the opening Quote tag to look like:
Here's a specific example of that:
Welcome to the RPG Geek! If you are a new user or are wandering over from the Board Game Geek (BGG) side of things, this is where you should start.Remember that you can still use the Geek Link functionality of the forum posting interface as well. So you can just highlight the name and add the appropriate link directly. Or indeed insert a Geek Link yourself. Try quoting this post by me to see the underlying code.
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