Spoilers and Good Etiquette

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    As per the same thread in the Television Programmes and DVD's forums here, just a reminder for all if you want to put in a spoiler, don't forget you can use the SPOILER code tags around the words to make them invisible. No need to change to white, or any other colour, and this has the advantage of if quoted, it is still invisible. They can only be read by highlighting the text :D

    Copied from the other post: to make wording invisible now add
    at the front of what you want to make invisible and /spoiler at the end with square brackets [] round it (I cannot show this or everything between the 2 words including the word SPOILER would be invisible.

    See this example:
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    [spoiler]spoiler text[/spoiler]
     
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