I wish to put a image right into a publish, however it appears I simply cannot have it work. For instance, that one: http://stockcharts.com/c-sc/sc?s=ACHN&p=D&b=5&g=0&i=t88400486500&r=9913
The output is really a PNG file. So in HTML tab, i put, < img src="http://stockcharts.com/c-sc/sc?s=ACHN&p=D&b=5&g=&i=t88400486500&r=9913">,(I leave a empty space between your < and image otherwise, stackoverflow will not let me put a image tag here) it simply will not appear the right image. The look you will notice is "visit stockcharts.com to see this chart", that's since the URL is wrong. When the URL is correct, the look displays fine. In whatever way to operate around? I had been performing around using the formatting.php file, but to date, no luck. (It is extremely strange though, should you place the URL to your IE URL bar, and press enter, it turns up fine having a chart.)
Your URL is really a web site, No image. Whenever you attempt to place the hyperlink being an image, the html IMG tag can be used to specify the FILE Title to become placed. The file could be on the different url but it shouldn't make reference to yet another uri.
to obtain around it, you've 4 options:
- Specify the look file title directly and never the uri using the img tag.
- Use iframe and set the uri
- use frame (I'd not choose this)
- Use Ajax and complete it a DIV tag - best for me.