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Not Solved Greentexting
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I'm trying to implement a 4chan ">greentext" kind of coding in my myBB forum and I was wondering what files I need to edit with this:

http://codepen.io/anon/pen/cHgmb

Javascript:

$.fn.tweetify = function() {
	this.each(function() {
		$(this).html( 
			$(this).html()
				.replace(/((ftp|http|https):\/\/(\w+:{0,1}\w*@)?(\S+)(:[0-9]+)?(\/|\/([\w#!:.?+=&%@!\-\/]))?)/gi,'<a href="$1">$1</a>')
				.replace(/(^|\s)#(\w+)/g,'$1<a href="http://search.twitter.com/search?q=%23$2">#$2</a>')
				.replace(/(^|\s)@(\w+)/g,'$1<a href="http://twitter.com/$2">@$2</a>')
				.replace(/(^|\s)&gt;&gt;(\w+)/g,'$1<a href="$2">>>$2</a>')
				.replace(/(^|\s)&gt;(.*?)(<br( )*(\/)?( )*>|\n|$)/g,'$1<span>>$2</span>$3')				
		);
	});
	return $(this);
};

$("p").tweetify();

CSS:
span{color:green;}
div{padding:20px;}

I'm suggesting implementing the code as a means of modifying text that appears in posts "outside" of myBB so that all it does is alter text after myBB performs a post.

> Example

I tried adding in the javascript to "general.js" and the CSS to "global.css" to see if that would work, but it didn't so I figured I would try asking here.
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