Not at all, but I really have run out of things to check now, so I don't know how I can help more. Why not ask Thaiman or one of the other people posting pix how they manage it?
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No, it really works fine. It could be a matter of your browser's cache still calling up the old settings. Try clearing the cache and reloading the page.
You'll need to upload your pics elsewhere first as there's nowhere to host em' here - use flickr if you dont have a hosting account or server then you just embed a link to the picture. I think for those of you using PC's (never mind), there's a nice little editor you can use to embed the link. For Mac users who dont get the nice little editor, you can use the following code to embed the link:
<img src="full-link-to-URL-here" />
We have our own server as this is what we do.
Or Firefox, or Opera, or SeaMonkey, all of which seem to work fine.
It's definitely a browser cache problem then. It runs fine here and on all our various Mac and PC laptops, and other users who have tried have uploaded pics no problems. I've just been into both of your user setting and you are both running Enhanced mode according to us, so it must be a problem at your end I'm afraid.
Its definitely not a browser cache issue Andrew - its just not there. You'll need to get the web guys to look at it - dodgy asp issue I'd say. Do you know which mini-editor plugin the site uses?
Its a really nice site but can't see an editor in any of my browsers - Safari/Firefox/IE7/Netscape/Flock/Opera - plus the layout is breaking in Opera Mac too.
As more than a few people have pointed out, its clearly not working mate and on final check - after firing up the PC as well as 3 different Macs - I can confirm that actually it dont work in IE7 either - scratch my earlier IE-only comment. you want some screen grabs?
I have tried it on 4 differnt pcs and it deffinatly dont work. I have even tried posting them else where with this url link but dont really know what im doing wrong there.
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Sorry but fail to see how other users can upload pics, but you can't. Have double checked with our people, and apparently the button is only available in the editing suite we have available at this end, for which misunderstanding I apologise, but it's possible for you to upload pictures using the method Damien has outlined above.
Upload your picture to flickr - copy the image address then paste it into your article in place of the 'full-link-to-URL-here' text in the code I supplied above and it will work fine - just make sure you use the FULL URL ie http:///www. etc... or it wont work.
The image size set here is 600px wide though the web boys have smartly set the overflow to hide so it doesnt matter if you get it wrong, you just wont see the whole image if its a bit bigger.
Have double checked with our people, and apparently the button is only available in the editing suite we have available at this end, for which misunderstanding I apologise
Thats all good mate - I just figured it was a validation error and was trying to help out - I do this for a living and it never ceases to amaze me how some things work perfectly in one browser and not in another (usually IE6) - most of my time is spent on debugging.
Not sure which CMS you're using but when the time comes for a review or upgrade, the web guys might want to have a look at implementing tinyMCE or something similar.
Nice one Mr. Buckley! Sorry for putting you through so much hassle Andrew! Poor chap, must be wishing you could shoot us by now ;-p
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No worries - I'll post a more comprehensive set of instructions later in a seperate post for reference. For now, however, its Sunday and I'm off the clock - going to listen to some music!
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