As I already posted in the Christopher Eccleston Era forum, please when referring to aspects of stories from the new 2005 season with Chris Eccleston (and for that matter new stories with David Tennant coming soon), please use spoiler warnings or spoiler spacing if you are about to post something that could possibly 'spoil' the story for someone that has not seen that episode yet.
For more information how to use spoiler warnings and spacing, see my posting in the Christopher Eccleston Era forum here.
This is just a reminder to keep in mind that we may have new visitors here who are just now catching the 2005 series on the Sci-Fi Channel in the US, so please be conscience of the fact that they may not have seen the stories that have not been shown on the Sci-Fi Channel yet, so please use spoiler spacing when needed.
Once any given 2005 story has been shown on the Sci-Fi Channel, the use of spoiler spacing will no longer be a that much of a consideration. At this point, the majority of our visitors will had various opportunities to have seen the episode.
I realize not everyone may receive the Sci-Fi Channel in the US, but the region 1 DVD set is now available from Canada and will be out in the US in July. Certainly by that time, everyone in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, etc. would have had a chance to have seen the 2005 series with Christopher Eccleston.
Another popular option is to mimic spoiler tags and use white text like so:
[Spoiler]This text contains the spoiler!
The Doctor returns to the small screen in 2005!!![/spoiler]
One then selects the text between the "tags" to read it if one so chooses.
Code to accomplish this:
<br> [Spoiler]<font color=white>This text contains the spoiler! The Doctor returns to the small screen in 2005!!!</font>[/spoiler]
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