[inline:] Short Tag
?cde75d7bda8f6b12af566ac4834b88? will insert the attached image file having ID 123 as a very simple ?1cde75d7bda8f6b12af566ac4834b881? tag pointing to the original File.
This is a built-in feature of b2evolution.
The inline ?2cde75d7bda8f6b12af566ac4834b882? tag is a placeholder inserted in the content to be replaced by an image when the post is displayed. That image must be already uploaded to the server and attached to the current Item. The tag can be manually typed into the content by following the required syntax.
- ?4cde75d7bda8f6b12af566ac4834b884?: the predefined CSS class ?5cde75d7bda8f6b12af566ac4834b885? aligns the image with the top of the surrounding characters.
- ?6cde75d7bda8f6b12af566ac4834b886?: the predefined CSS class ?7cde75d7bda8f6b12af566ac4834b887? aligns the image with the middle of the surrounding characters.
?1cde75d7bda8f6b12af566ac4834b881? Link ID ?11cde75d7bda8f6b12af566ac4834b8811? Class Name(s) ?12cde75d7bda8f6b12af566ac4834b8812?
- Link ID : ID of an attached image to the current Item. This is a number that is automatically created when you attach an image to a post in the Item Images & Attachments Panel. The tag will not be rendered in the following cases:
- If an invalid ID is provided
- If the ID refers to a file that is not an image
- If the ID refers to an image but that image is assigned to any display position other than "Inline".
- Class Name(s) : can be any CSS classname. The classname must start with a dot. Multiple classnames can be specified, separated by a dot. You may add your own classes.
Adding your own CSS classes to style the image
Here is some sample CSS code you could use to define the classes ?13cde75d7bda8f6b12af566ac4834b8813? (which adds a red border to your image) and ?14cde75d7bda8f6b12af566ac4834b8814? (which removes rounded corners):
This tag renders into a link (?16cde75d7bda8f6b12af566ac4834b8816?) and can be placed almost anywhere.
This tag can be placed inside a link.
Created by • Last edit by on Sep 11, 2016