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Raptor Witness

Clickable images ... more difficult

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One of the things that I like to do here, is that when I post an image that I want to give a link to, I create a "clickable" image with the code below(add front and end brackets:)

However, this doesn't seem to be working consistently. I can get it to work for some images, but not others, with the same exact file extension. In this case .gif.

What are my options, limitations? Do I need to use a new tool I'm not seeing on the board, or perhaps a different code?

" url=Your link to]b][/url "

Thanks ...

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Posted (edited)

It looks like nothing has changed. It was just my error in copying the code.

The code should still be as I described it above, with the brackets on either end. Be sure not to leave any spaces where you place your two links, as this was what I was doing, apparently.

There may still be an issue with using multiple clickable images in a single post, however, and I don't recall this problem before the change in format.

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Code to add an image that can be clicked on:

[url=http://www.link.com][img=http://www.myimage.com/image.jpg][/url]

Code to add a clickable link to an image:

[b][url=http://www.myimage.com/image.jpg]My image[/url][/b]

Putting the bold tags outside the URL tags may help.

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