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get images to use absolute URL with WYSIWYG

  • Because of various plug-ins, and that other sites occasionally re-blog mine, I’d like my images to use absolute, rather than relative, URLs. When I drag and drop into my WYWIWYG, however, it’s not the case. Is there a setting somewhere, or hack, that I can use to make the absolute URL the default for my images and image links? For now, I have to view my source in order to change it! Thanks,
    nathaniel
    http://nathanielstern.com/blog

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  • bump

    I have the same problem, I think I’ll change back to an earlier version. I always change f.i. border, and it takes much more time to do this. Is it possible to swop between WYSIWYG and just HTML?

    i’m not sure if you can do that or not while posting, but i’m pretty sure in your user options you can shit off WYSIWYG. Still waiting for absolute URL options, tho!

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