How do I display a full sized image as an option to the currently displayed smaller Image?
Here is partial html code. I did not display all the code here. It starts with img
src="img src="BlackBeautyMP3PlayerwithPlaylistOption640x480.png" width="640" height="480" .
Lets imagine that this code is displaying an image of a mp3 player. The image seems small
for code project article. I want to in-large the image on another page to its full size.
How do I do this? I am using coffeecup html editor and not the code project's article wizard.
Thankx in advance for any correct answer
Pete is right.
You may want to ask your question in the Web development forums[^].
Please read the forum list on the left, there is more than one web development forum. Which one is appropriate depends on which technology you are using.
first thanks for making CodeProject the great platform it is.
I'm currently feeding some of my articles from my blog (pragmateek.com) to CodeProject using the "Blog Feeds" feature (brilliant stuff by the way).
I've submitted an article named "Using C# from native C++ with the help of C++/CLI" on march 4th, but later discovered a flaw in it so I've deleted it, made a new fixed and enhanced version named, well ... "Using C# from native C++ with the help of C++/CLI (fixed and enhanced)" that I've published today (march 7th): http://pragmateek.com/using-c-from-native-c-with-the-help-of-ccli-v2/[^].
I've changed the date and in the RSS feed I can see: "<pubDate>Thu, 07 Mar 2013 14:30:13 +0000</pubDate>"
I've even changed the URL of the article (appending a "-v2")
But, while I see that my feed has been scanned some hours ago, the article has not been added to CodeProject.
So I guess the bot does some clever analysis and detect that it is the "same" article and does not add it.
How can I make the updated article available to CodeProject?
An article of mine "Those Magnificent Men, a game for Windows" [^] has been closed stating "This post is spam, abusive or otherwise inappropriate."
But I don't believe the article is either spam, abusive nor inappropriate. Can someone provide some clarification, or advice about how to improve the article so that it can be re-opened? Does it need some code samples(the original competition stated that we didn't need to provide any code samples)? Does it need more clarification on the choice of language, platform, etc.?
I have put a lot of effort into my project and have been working very hard on it for the past 5 months to move it forward. It is quite hurtful for someone to just close the article without leaving any suggestions on how to rectify the situation.
Ched, I am aware that there has been some conversation about this article. While you are correct that you originally submitted this against the AppInnovation contest, the concern that people had raised was that there were updates to this article that happened long after the competition closed, but which didn't show any code - in fact, the only thing other than screenshots, was a link to the indiedb site. It's certainly a bit cheeky of you not to be linking to the AppUp store, after all the competition was for entries in the AppUp store.
I was brought up to respect my elders. I don't respect many people nowadays.
Thanks for replying Pete,
I am aware that the competition is closed, but I would still like to finish my project and keep the code-project article up-to-date. Do you think I should move the article since the competition is over?
As I stated above, there was no specific requirement, originally to show code, although when I return home I will update the article with some example code, if this is what is needed to re-open the article.
The IndieDB link was provided for the Demo/Beta versions for users to access and possibly provide me with comments/suggestions while the project is evolving. I fully intend to submit the final version to the AppUp site. The IndieDB authorisation is quicker (released within 6-12 hrs) while the AppUp authorisation is slow (2 weeks I believe) and so it makes more sense at this stage of the project for the game to be hosted on IndieDB.
Is my published article. However there is a video link at the top. It is not embedding the video. Rather, only "Video" is coming. Can somebody please fix that to a video window where user can play the video?
Why dont you show the list of persons who had voted. It will be very helpful for the author. Because sometimes we are getting good comments on the article but the voting shows poor. So we can come to know, whether the people who had really gone through article has done the voting or somebody else had voted.
If someone votes 1, 2 or 3, (s)he must post a comment. In that case, you know who voted for your article. If someone votes 4 or 5, (s)he isn't required to post a comment. If he/she don't post a comment, then you don't know who voted. But if he/she post a comment, then you know who voted for your article.
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