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Old 08-03-14, 03:46 PM   #1
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Using html code in posts?

Perhaps I'm doing something wrong, but I cant seem to get the html code for images to work.

I've tried using the html tags [html] [\html] to link images with resize, but the html code appears (tags included) and no image. ?
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Scroll to the bottom of the page and you should see your "posting permissions". Looks like HTML is disabled. Here is a partial list of mine:
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You're right, I should have noticed that. Is there a reason we can't use html on this forum? It sure would make posting images easier for those familiar with the code. As is stands I've just resized the pictures and uploaded to my server.

If anyone is using linux, you can batch resize pretty quickly with imagemagic. If all your pics are in a single folder, the command is:
for pic in *; do convert $pic -resize WIDTHxHEIGHT $pic; done . It will overwrite the file, so save them with a different name elsewhere if you wish to keep the originals.

A last tip, leave the WIDTH or HEIGHT empty and it will resize while keeping the aspect ratio intact.
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