Hi Chris, it seems there is a nasty bug with first time activation of articles, see the discussion under the thread above: "Please could you support me to make download working? [modified]". I added an answer to that thread too to make it clear what happened in my case. The effect of this bug is that newly created articles don't have working downloads, and the images are also not working. Not nice when you get negative remarks and points about something you have no control over..
I think this bug also causes the problem described in this thread "How to get code to show under 'Browse Code' tab" where I'm now answering. Because when there's no downloads, it's logical that the "browse code" tab isn't working either.
We've taken further steps to ensure this issue is resolved. We've tested the daylights out of this and cannot get it to fail in our dev or live environment, yet occasionally there are issues. It's incredibly frustrating, but we think the latest fix should sort it out.
Slight confusion on discussing the article with a mentor, the FAQ says 'After volunteering, a Mentor leaves a comment on author's article to offer assistance'.
I wanted to add a thought I'd had on a potential improvement as a comment but can't see how to do that, I wanted to do it this way rather than simply editing the article since then it's harder to see which of the two options, original or potential revision, provide a 'better read'.
On right hand side, there is an option to browse and upload files that can be referenced in your writeup later.
If you facing issue finding it or adding to your article, you can send your writeup in HTML format along with attachment via email to Submit@codeproject.com
CP editors will help in posting on your behalf (in your name only!)
It seems the upload module is broken at the moment. If I click Add File, I get a file browser, but the file doesn't upload and doesn't appear in the article editing website. I tried it at another location, using other browsers (Windows: Firefox, Chrome, IE, Mac: Safari). Nothing seems to work. Please look into it..
I recently wrote a new article[^] and some DotNetDev suggested I write a ToC for it as the article is quite big.
So I did exactly that and the result is quite satisfying.
Then that DotNetDev suggested I make it clickable[^], so the ToC links to the sections in the article.
Great idea! But what he did not tell me (yet) is how to do it...
So I'm wondering how I can achieve this effect? Have a link in my article point to a specific point in my article.