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  • Also, if the "too-big" graphic is an img/img*. jpg file then including it as well would help.

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  • Comfortable with PHP and phpBB When did your problem begin? within the last 3 days Please describe your problem. when i use [img] picture address [\img] using http it only shows the code on the post but when I put the picture address without http then it shows up. same thing for using [url]

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  • $img_data [ 'height'] = $this-img_array [$img] [ 'image_height'];

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  • $img_data [ 'width'] = $this-img_array [$img] [ 'image_width'];

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  • ;) It is there for backward compatibility. function img ($img, $alt = '', $width = false, $suffix = '', $type = 'full_tag') static $imgs; global $phpbb_root_path;

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  • Eg. give them all class =” figure” then give them a rel =” figure-a” or something similar which would then allow you to add in img [rel = "figure-a"] {float: right;}

    A design pattern for image and figure alignment | FactoryCity

  • I think “title” atribute in img tag – it’s just more problems to web-developers, Firefox read like alt, IE read other – that’s not good.

    Conquering Site Validation Errors « Lorelle on WordPress

  • This not only looks for the tagname img but looks for the tagname only in the element ID of page-body for prosilver or pagecontent for subsilver2 based styles. by thegreatgate » Thu Jan 07, 2010 5: 49 am

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  • Location: the img is a replace for a div when the image is doing like i want. by Christian 2.0 » Mon Jun 21, 2010 11: 02 pm

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  • I then created two sub-folders called img and CSS, to contain the images and CSS files respectively.

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  • shortening of 'image'.

    On twitter - spotted this as a shortening of 'image' for giving photo credits.

    "img: bob"

    in computer speak, refers to a disk image file .img

    October 14, 2015