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Curran

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#2
Alright, editing this cause nobody likes all caps thread titles. Please keep them under control.

Also, I think your links are broken, cause all I'm seeing is a photoshop sorta thing and broken images.
 

SilverBlaze

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The broken image doesn't seem to go anywhere after checking the image source.

Also, I would make 1 single thread for showing all your artwork. Whenever you make something new, you can go right to your thread and post it. And, like Curran stated, try not to use all caps for thread titles and even the posts themselves. It makes for a much easier read.
 
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#5
The broken image doesn't seem to go anywhere after checking the image source.

Also, I would make 1 single thread for showing all your artwork. Whenever you make something new, you can go right to your thread and post it. And, like Curran stated, try not to use all caps for thread titles and even the posts themselves. It makes for a much easier read.
ok thank u @SilverBlaze
 

Wolfey

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That's not what I meant...
#6
Also, I think your links are broken, cause all I'm seeing is a photoshop sorta thing and broken images.
I can also confirm that the first image shows up as broken :sadDischordia:

The broken image doesn't seem to go anywhere after checking the image source.
When quoting Michael Robinson's post (so that I could view the exact contents of it), I noticed that as well :amazeMora:

It appears that his post uses the following code for the images:

Code:
[IMG]http://[IMG]http://i66.tinypic.com/2w2067s.jpg[/IMG][/IMG][IMG]http://i66.tinypic.com/2w2067s.jpg[/IMG]

And, after looking at that, here's what I've noticed:

  • There are three sets of "[tt][img][/tt]" tags (with the second set nested within the first set).

  • A "broken" placeholder icon is shown in place of the first image. This is because the second opening "[tt][img][/tt]" tag is actually interpreted as part of the URL to the image for the first opening "[tt][img][/tt]" tag, rather than as a separate opening "[tt][img][/tt]" tag. While some tag sets support the nesting of other tags (and/or tag sets) within their own tag sets, this is not supported for "[tt][img][/tt]" tag set.

  • The third "[tt][img][/tt]" tag set appears to be working properly, as it shows the image without any problems :gleeCocoa:
Since the third "[tt][img][/tt]" tag set has the same URL as the second "[tt][img][/tt]" tag set, I'm guessing that - while his post was being prepared - something was accidentally dragged-and-dropped to the wrong place. That's just a guess, though - I have no idea what happened in this case to cause that :confuzzledPA:

Michael: if you can edit your post, try removing the code for the first two "[tt][img][/tt]" tag sets (shown in the first "[tt]Code:[/tt]" section of this post) so that only the following code is left behind:

Code:
[IMG]http://i66.tinypic.com/2w2067s.jpg[/IMG]

(If there is a toolbar above the text box where you type in your post, then the forum's rich-text editor is enabled for your profile - this may result in not being able to see the code I listed [from the first "[tt]Code:[/tt]" section of this post] in your own post. In that case, click on the "[tt]Use BB Code Editor[/tt]" button - it looks like a piece of paper with a wrench in front of it, and is most likely the rightmost button on the toolbar. This will toggle between rich-text formatting and the actual code used for your post.)

Once this change is made, your post should now be displayed properly (without the extra copy that shows up as a "broken" placeholder icon) :gleeDigit:
 
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#7
I can also confirm that the first image shows up as broken :sadDischordia:


When quoting Michael Robinson's post (so that I could view the exact contents of it), I noticed that as well :amazeMora:

It appears that his post uses the following code for the images:

Code:
[IMG]http://[IMG]http://i66.tinypic.com/2w2067s.jpg[/IMG][/IMG][IMG]http://i66.tinypic.com/2w2067s.jpg[/IMG]

And, after looking at that, here's what I've noticed:

  • There are three sets of "[tt][img][/tt]" tags (with the second set nested within the first set).

  • A "broken" placeholder icon is shown in place of the first image. This is because the second opening "[tt][img][/tt]" tag is actually interpreted as part of the URL to the image for the first opening "[tt][img][/tt]" tag, rather than as a separate opening "[tt][img][/tt]" tag. While some tag sets support the nesting of other tags (and/or tag sets) within their own tag sets, this is not supported for "[tt][img][/tt]" tag set.

  • The third "[tt][img][/tt]" tag set appears to be working properly, as it shows the image without any problems :gleeCocoa:
Since the third "[tt][img][/tt]" tag set has the same URL as the second "[tt][img][/tt]" tag set, I'm guessing that - while his post was being prepared - something was accidentally dragged-and-dropped to the wrong place. That's just a guess, though - I have no idea what happened in this case to cause that :confuzzledPA:

Michael: if you can edit your post, try removing the code for the first two "[tt][img][/tt]" tag sets (shown in the first "[tt]Code:[/tt]" section of this post) so that only the following code is left behind:

Code:
[IMG]http://i66.tinypic.com/2w2067s.jpg[/IMG]

(If there is a toolbar above the text box where you type in your post, then the forum's rich-text editor is enabled for your profile - this may result in not being able to see the code I listed [from the first "[tt]Code:[/tt]" section of this post] in your own post. In that case, click on the "[tt]Use BB Code Editor[/tt]" button - it looks like a piece of paper with a wrench in front of it, and is most likely the rightmost button on the toolbar. This will toggle between rich-text formatting and the actual code used for your post.)

Once this change is made, your post should now be displayed properly (without the extra copy that shows up as a "broken" placeholder icon) :gleeDigit:
ok thank u