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Pork Picnic & pict. test

BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
edited 8:30AM in EggHead Forum
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<p />Pork Picnic, in the med. egg last night at 9P.M., came out at 1:50P.M. this afternoon. A little over 5Lb., injected w/balsamic vinegar,olive oil and some Glided Splinters rub, coated with Dizzy Dust then mustard. Wrapped in saran for 24hr. prior to egg-n. One more light coat of Dizzy Dust just before going in the egg..[p]Hope the picture works.
Now, how does one post more then one picture in a single post????[p]Cheers,
New Bob

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  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
    New Bob,[p]To do multiple pictures you need to enter the html code along with the picture url's in the text area rather than in the image field box. It is a little harder to master that one.[p]Lets see if I can do this without it printing the pictures and not showing the html code too. [p]Here is the code for the three pictures. Replace the bracket [ with a < in the three places and insert it all in the text area. Make sure the file name urls are correct or you will not get a picture. Caps don't matter in the IMG SRC but avoid caps in the file names and NEVER use a space.[p]
    [IMG SRC="http://www.tm52.com/bge/6-12.jpg"; >[p][IMG SRC="http://www.tm52.com/bge/6-13.jpg">;

    [IMG SRC="http://www.tm52.com/bge/6-13.jpg">[p][p]6-12.jpg[p][p]6-13.jpg[p]6-13.jpg[p]
    Tim

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