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AS some have requested ………!! seems to be kaput try this

by Imants at 2009-01-13 21:26:51 UTC (ed. Jan 14 2009 ) "The Boneyard 017º" , Australia | Bookmark | | Report spam→


I used html in above.

by Tomoko Yamamoto | 13 Jan 2009 21:01 (ed. Jan 14 2009) | Baltimore, MD, United States | | Report spam→
Yes, I don’t know what Shinji changed on the site, but it looks like all formatting, including paragraphs, has to be done in Textile markup (available by clicking on “Fromatting tips” on the Reply box. At least I have been resorting to that. Grumble, grumble….

by [former member] | 13 Jan 2009 22:01 | Washington, DC, United States | | Report spam→
Neal, I don`t think Textile markup is in operation, but html is. It used to be possible to embed an image as below:

But now I have to write the html equivalent of textile markup. However, it is not that difficult to relearn because it is easy to write img src=“URL of your image” and put a bracket before and after.

by Tomoko Yamamoto | 13 Jan 2009 22:01 (ed. Jan 13 2009) | Baltimore, MD, United States | | Report spam→

Al Jazeera on Gaza. I finally got to embed a shockwave-flash player as above. The tags look similar to embedded gallery at Photoshelter.com as far as embed and object tags are concerned.

by Tomoko Yamamoto | 13 Jan 2009 23:01 (ed. Jan 14 2009) | Baltimore, MD, United States | | Report spam→
the img tag is proper html, knowing a bit will help you out in life.

you will need to remove the spaces from the code below


to make a new line use < br / >
to make a link use < a href=“http://somesite.com” > sometime.com < / a >

something crazy, making an image a link. < a href=“http://somesite.com” >< img src=“http://sometime.com/someimage.jpg” / >< /a >

by sbramin | 14 Jan 2009 03:01 (ed. Jan 14 2009) | washington, United States | | Report spam→
It is not crazy to make an image a link. It is useful.

<img src=“http://www.tomoko-yamamoto.com/tomokologo.gif” border=0 title=“Logo of Tomoko-Yamamoto.com” alt=“Logo image showing Tomoko Yamamoto in Japanese characters and her domain URL”>

Click on the above!

All you need to remember is to have a href=“URL” followed by /a to close the tag.

by Tomoko Yamamoto | 14 Jan 2009 03:01 (ed. Jan 14 2009) | Baltimore, MD, United States | | Report spam→
I searched Google.



< p>I searched < a href=“http://google.com” >Google< /a>.< /p>

Which of the above is textile markup and which is HTML? (note I put spaces before the “p’s” so it would show the text)

by [former member] | 14 Jan 2009 17:01 (ed. Jan 14 2009) | Washington, DC, United States | | Report spam→
Greg, is it elitist or just esoteric? In any case, why should so much effort have to be put in to posting a picture on LS?

by Barry Milyovsky | 15 Jan 2009 01:01 | | Report spam→
Neal,
The first one, Google is in Textile Markup and the second starting with p, paragraph tags, is html. This site is in html, but there must have been a textile markup to html converter interface in posts. Now the converter is not working or removed. This is purely my guess. I looked at the source when Textile Markup worked since I had to get the source text to write my PhotoShelter list.

I recall that some posts made in html by someone got garbled (sp??) because of the converter.

by Tomoko Yamamoto | 15 Jan 2009 05:01 (ed. Jan 15 2009) | Baltimore, MD, United States | | Report spam→
The Textile thing doesnt work anymore, for reasons I am not sure I fathom; you have to use html to embed images now.

by Akaky | 15 Jan 2009 20:01 | New York , United States | | Report spam→

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