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Original post by LessBread
See the faq.


Won't help much if they don't know html or understand the format of the image tag :)


<img src= "URL of image here">

Or to be nice and have your link open in new windows/tabs:

<img src= "URL of image here" target=_new>

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Or to be nice and have your link open in new windows/tabs:

<img src= "URL of image here" target=_new>

That's not nice. Leave my window management to me.

And, for compatibility with XHTML, you might want to close that tag, as well as include the alt attribute in accordance with accessibility guidelines ([smile]):
<img src="http://ulr-to-image" alt="Semantic description of image" />

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Or to be nice and have your link open in new windows/tabs:

<img src= "URL of image here" target=_new>

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<img src="http://ulr-to-image" alt="Semantic description of image" />
You mean like the example in the FAQ? You should actually look what's there before trying to add 'additional' information Rhaal. [wink]

Also, I agree with Oluseyi, using the target attribute like that is both deprecated and irritating.

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