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What is the php code or WYSIWYG code that I can...

Added: 10/11/2012   |   Updated: 5 Years Ago

Question   What is the php code or WYSIWYG code that I can copy/paste to insert member's profile image (avatar) into a page?

Answer    Within the php file you can use the $image variable.

Within the WYSIWYG editor for web pages and html file for members area pages you can use the ~image~ tag.

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Q. Using the WYSIWYG editor, how can I make a link open in a new window?

A. To make a link open in new window, follow the following instructions

Wysiwyg link icon

Select link text or click somewhere inside link text then click the chain link icon on WYSIWYG tools panel.

insert link popup

In Insert Link popup, select new window from target drop down then click ok.

Click save changes to apply new changes to your page.

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Q. How do I add a member's picture and info on a page similar to the landing page?

A. Dynamic info
When editing the page, go to view/info, then click Dynamic info. You will see a list of ~~ codes to use for displaying a member's details on right panel.  For example, you will see ~image~ which is used to display their image.

What If Page Isn't Editable?

If the page is not editable using a WYSIWYG editor then you would need to place the image in the file manager into the php file for the page.  The code you would use when doing it this way to display the image is: <?php echo $image; ?>

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Q. Can I edit resource pages in the back office using a WYSIWYG editor, or is that only possible in the file manager?

A. Resource pages are edited using a WYSIWYG editor

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Question Keywords: upload image, wysiwig editor, avatar

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