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I'm a dunce. I'm putting together a cache page and am trying my hand at adding some HTML, specifically images. I was able to get the backround image to display correctly, and I was able to get a couple of different things centered in the description, but I'm not able to figure out how to get the image to display in the description. It's the same image as the backround, and I just copied and pasted the web address for each. All that shows up in the description is the web address. Can somebody give me a super HTML dummy walkthrough to get the image to display in the description? Thanks B)

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The code to display an image in the HTML is basically:

<img src="{full url here}" />

There are other options, but that code should display the image as is within the description. Sounds like you've got the url to the background image already, so if you put that in the img src attribute it should display.

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Also, if you are using HTML and need to hit

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You can't. You need to put <br> wherever you would normally hit enter, if you want empty lines in your cache description. I just figured I would tell you, because it took me awhile and then a post to the forum to figure it out.

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Thanks guys (?). I think I saw the same post about the spaces so that part I got. I'll let you know how it turns out.

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Alright, so now I see a box that should contain an image but is just the box with the box inside. Did I miss putting something in somewhere?

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