If you are using the Article Wizard, there's an option to upload files (you should see this to the right of the article editor). Once you've uploaded a file, another option becomes available to insert this file.
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I saw an article recently and I realized that it performed an identical function to an article that I posted. I wanted to show that my article was an alternative. When I went to the alternative article section the site expected me to write out a whole new article. Is there a way that I link my article as an alternative article?
I'm working on an article and cannot upload any images to it. My images are all .png (though I changed one to .jpg just to try it and it still didn't work). The biggest image is 23kb and 500 px wide so they should all meet the requirements.
When I click the Upload button I get this:
Unexpected error during upload. One or more files may not have been uploaded.
I thought maybe my work was blocking access somehow, but I was able to upload a profile picture to my account.
Over the last year I received a lot of comments which lead me to create jqAlert[^] as well as make several updates. My thought was to write another article but this time only detailing it's use. I am wondering though if it would just be best to write updates to this article or to create a whole new?
I don't to break or violate any guidelines and appreciate any input on this. Since I have had nothing but positive experience from the articles I have done so far I don't mind writing a new article.
The updates I am making are hopefully going to be finished before the end of this year.
Thanks in advance.
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