The [code] tag is designed for representing content from various programming languages without requiring use of special codes to display it. Every character between [code] and [/code] will be copied directly to the output, with whitespace including newlines and tabs, retained and preformatted. The only exception to this is that the first newline after the [code] tag will be removed, and the last newline before [/code] will be removed, just to keep the output from having wasted blank lines in it. The ending [/code] tag is required; without it, the start [code] tag will be ignored.
[quote name="John" date="July 4, 2008" url="http://www.foo.com"]...[/quote] The [quote] tag lets you copy someone else's BBCode and attribtue it to them. The [quote] tag comes in several different flavors, depending on how you want to quote them. In the first form, it attributes the quote to no-one specific:
In its second form, [quote] lets you identify who said something:
In its third form, [quote] lets you identify who said something, as well as optionally including the date they said it and a URL to where it can be found:
The ending [/quote] tag is required.