Subject: specially formatted text for images don't work

Posted on: 13/05/04 07:13pm
By: noktuki

each time I try uploading image, an error occurs saying I haven't used the image (which I have)..

This is the actual message:

>The following errors occured while trying to save your >story. Please correct these errors before saving
>image #1, 20040513155209843_1.jpg, was not used. >You must include this image in the intro or body before >you can save your changes

Any suggestions?

specially formatted text for images don't work

Posted on: 13/05/04 07:20pm
By: geKow

[QUOTE BY= noktuki]
...Any suggestions?
[/QUOTE]

Use the image

you need to include the following into the text:
[image1] or [image1_left] or [image1_right]
that's all.

geKow

specially formatted text for images don't work

Posted on: 13/05/04 07:32pm
By: noktuki

I use the specially formatted text every time, but I get the message.

BTW it works fine on my localhost, and on my web it always produces an error.

specially formatted text for images don't work

Posted on: 16/05/04 01:57pm
By: noktuki

Doesn't anyone have an idea how to solve this? I've been trying for some days now, and running out of ideas: can it be the browser? I'm using IE 5.5, but it works fine on my local geeklog instalation.. How about hosting provider (using anyxhost - don't really think that provider could be the problem..).
I really do use specially formatted text correctly and, as I said, works fine om my local GL.

Please help

specially formatted text for images don't work

Posted on: 16/05/04 02:09pm
By: Dirk

As geKow already pointed out, when you select an image, you have to use it in the story text somewhere ([image1] for the first image, etc.).

The only other thing I could think of is if you're using a language file other than the English one. Some of the translators also translated the word "image" into their native language, so that you have to use that word in the square brackets.

bye, Dirk

specially formatted text for images don't work

Posted on: 16/05/04 02:22pm
By: noktuki

[QUOTE BY= Dirk]
The only other thing I could think of is if you're using a language file other than the English one. Some of the translators also translated the word "image" into their native language, so that you have to use that word in the square brackets.

bye, Dirk[/QUOTE]

This was the problem, I'm using english on my localhost but not on my web.

Thank you Dirk

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