Italicize text by placing it between [i] and [/i]
Underline text by placing it between [u] and [/u]
Strike-through text by placing it between either [s] and [/s] or [del] and [/del]
Superscript text by playing it between [sup] and [/sup].
Subscript text by playing it between [sub] and [/sub].
Make a block of text all caps by placing it between [c] and [/c].
Make a block of text all lowercase by placing it between [w] and [/w].
The default font used on MxRP is Courier but you can use any font available on your device by placing text between [font=CHOICE] and [/font] while replacing CHOICE with the font of your choosing.
Note: Since MxRP's font is bold by default, all text used on MxRP will be set to bold automatically.
To change the color of a portion of your text to a different one than your chosen default, place the text between [color=CHOICE] and [/color] replacing CHOICE with the color of your choosing.
To change the background color of the text, place the text between [bgcolor=CHOICE] and [/bgcolor] replacing CHOICE with the color of your choosing.
BBCode supports several different color formats.
You can use [br] to make a line break in your text.
Links can be created by placing the text you would like someone to click on between [url=urlhere] and [/url] and replacing urlhere with the url you want to link to.
Text styles and colors can be added to links by placing the bbcode between the [url] [/url] tags as in the examples below.
Links cannot actually be added to acronyms directly, but there is a workaround to make it appear as if your acronym is a link.
By having nothing entered as your acronym and adding BBCode to your prefix, you can make it appear as though you have an acronym that is a link or has BBCode text formatting styles.
Of course, this is really just a prefix. So sneaky!
To display raw BBCode for others to emulate, place the tags [raw] and [/raw] around the code.