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Re: Adventures in central Mexico

Posted: Sat Jan 27, 2018 9:01 am
by Tony R
Frank103 wrote:I have no idea why the photos are not showing correctly in the text as I placed each one in-line where it should go. Maybe some problem with the software. Sorry about that!
A great travelogue, Frank, thank you for sharing.

I have edited the posts above to put the photos in the right place. You nearly did it right - but when you use the button to place an image inline you do not need to click the 'Image' button first.

So in your preview text, this appeared
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whereas all you needed was
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Good luck next time!

Tony_R
Moderator

Re: Adventures in central Mexico

Posted: Sat Jan 27, 2018 10:12 am
by Frank103
Tony R wrote:
Frank103 wrote:I have no idea why the photos are not showing correctly in the text as I placed each one in-line where it should go. Maybe some problem with the software. Sorry about that!
A great travelogue, Frank, thank you for sharing.

I have edited the posts above to put the photos in the right place. You nearly did it right - but when you use the button to place an image inline you do not need to click the 'Image' button first.

So in your preview text, this appeared
Image1.jpg
whereas all you needed was
Image2.jpg
Good luck next time!

Tony_R
Moderator
Hi Tony, thank you very much for explaining this and for going to the trouble of correcting all those image links!

Re: Adventures in central Mexico

Posted: Sat Jan 27, 2018 2:10 pm
by Dot
Thank you for posting the great pictures of your Mexican trip. - wonderful photography.
It brings back memories of our trip to Mexico with our friend Martin Smith who was at the time working at El Charco.

Dot.

Re: Adventures in central Mexico

Posted: Sat Jan 27, 2018 4:16 pm
by Frank103
Dot wrote:Thank you for posting the great pictures of your Mexican trip. - wonderful photography.
It brings back memories of our trip to Mexico with our friend Martin Smith who was at the time working at El Charco.

Dot.
Thank you for the compliment Dot! El Charco was definitely worth a visit, not just for the cacti but also the landscape and wildlife.
Frank