i'd like to have two different images sitting right next to each, touching, with no space in between,
but with the basic Attach: markup, i only seem to be able to get it to work if there's a single space.
for instance, this works:
but this doesn't:
is there some way to achieve this with the Attach: markup?
overtones99 March 27, 2011, at 06:31 PM
One way is to set a "tooltip title" after the first picture. The other is to place them in a table with border, cellpadding and cellspacing set to 0. See Test.AdjacentImages --Petko March 27, 2011, at 07:29 PM
The following markup doesn't seem to work as advertised. Instead of displaying the image, it merely displays a link:
I want to be able to use an attached image as a link to a larger version of the image. How can I do this? tamouse September 15, 2010, at 04:13 PM
%thumb%[[Test/ImageThumbLink-Img1|Attach:Test./HaleyDog.jpg]]%%-- SchreyP September 15, 2010, at 05:04 PM
Why doesn't the
pct specification work in conjunction with
How can I put a table of captioned images within a numbered list? I cannot use a simple table, because images cannot (apparently) have captions within a simple table (Example 1). I cannot seem to use the table directives, because I cannot get them to work within a list without ending the list and causing subsequent numbering to restart (Example 2).
Table directives must start in column 1
Not good enough
If I use
border instead of
text-decoration for defining my link styles in the CSS (e.g. let's say I want to use a dotted line or a different thickness to show the link), I find that my image links also get this decoration, even if I also define a corresponding "a img" style with that decoration disabled. What am I missing? I notice when I examine the resulting page that there is a gap between the image and the border, which does not seem to be part of the "a img" class but is only "a".
Make sure you add the "a img" style after the "a" definition.
Vertical Alignment (such as in tables, i.e. valign)
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Unable to upload images? If you get messages telling you that the upload was not able to complete for some reason, here's something to check. If your web host has your web site
the system path (not http) to your website could be at
If you have your wiki installed at what you think is the system's root directory
your system's path to the wiki uploads directory might actually be
instead of the simpler