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Emoticons / Smilies

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I love the clickable smilies/emoticons on Geeks to Go. I would like to use many of them elsewhere, like in chat on Pogo when I play games.

Pogo has a few smilies and I know the character codes to type for a few others (like <3 for a beating heart).

Is it possible to get/use the character codes for these 30 smilies elsewhere on internet (like in Pogo or email or chatrooms or bulletin boards, etc.)?

If so, what are the codes for each of them....or is there a site somewhere which lists codes for smilies that will display cute emoticons?

Thanks for your help. I hope this is the right forum...considered programming, but thought more people would be active in this Forum. :tazz:


PS what is the difference between the "clickable smilies" to the left of my topic text box and teh "Post icons" beneath it? Thanks again. ...Edit: Figured it out. The Post Icons are displayed at the top of the post...the smilies are used within the text area.

Edited by veryveryjoyful, 12 June 2005 - 12:11 AM.

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Hi there,

These icons are specific to this site or the forum software (Invision Power Board). You'd have to hotlink to the images if you wanted to use them (which we don't want you to do). Just use the ones given on the software or forum you use.
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