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auto re-size images and ugly urls

Thread began 7/05/2012 10:13 am by elewis93815 | Last modified 7/05/2012 12:28 pm by Jason Byrnes | 354 views | 1 replies |

elewis93815

auto re-size images and ugly urls

Hi,

We have created a admin pages for our client to enter data that appears on his "purchase on line tickets" page. One of the fields is a url going to movie trailers.

My question is: Is there a way to have a message that appears saying click here to view movie trailer or something like that, versus the actual "ugly" url

This is the link to our example: tickets.php

2nd question, Currently (on this same admin page) the client has to re-size his thumbnails to look correct, is there a way to auto re-size any image that he enters / imports?

Thanks

Jackie

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

a link has two parts. the a tag which contains the address to go when clicked, and the text between the a tag, the text between the a tag is what will be displayed on the page.

you link tags are being written as:
<a href="address here">address here</a>

to create a link that has the text "click here to view movie trailer", change that to:
<a href="address here">click here to view movie trailer</a>


you could image resizer to automatically resize the images.

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