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providing html code for image links

  • Sorry if that title is unclear.

    What I would like to do is make a page or post (preferably former) where I can provide readers with blog buttons/graphics that they can put on their blogs.

    I’d like to make it easy for them to place these on their blogs by providing a little window with the html so they can copy it directly into their sidebar menus.

    Of course, we see this *all* over the Web, but I have been unable to figure out how to accomplish this on a WordPress page or post.

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks in advance!

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  • Hmmm. Might be able to do something with the <code></code> tagset, I think you’d have to not use the wysiwyg to insert though….

    thanks, vkaryl. i don’t generally use the visual rich text editor (if that’s what you are talking about).

    i’m still unclear. 🙂

    you’d actually have to use <textarea> tags to do this.
    make sure you’re editing HTML and that wordpress isn’t set to correct your HTML (Options -> Writing, I believe)

    <textarea>
    Code you want to give
    </textarea>

    Wonderful! I wasn’t aware of that tag. Thank you very much, ladydelaluna – I will give that a try. 🙂

    you’re welcome!

    let us know if that works for you – i know it works in standard HTML pages, but sometimes it’s a little iffy. 🙂

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