[Seaside] [2.6]Images and anchors

Chris Cunnington cunnington at sympatico.ca
Tue Oct 23 01:53:44 UTC 2007

Hi Carl,

I¹ve found some solutions for this. The first is for relative paths. And the
second for an absolute path for the image:

Html anchorWithUrl: Œhttp://www.amazon.com¹ do: [html image: Œ/cartoon.jpg¹]

Html anchorWithUrl: Œhttp://www.amazon.com¹ do: [html image:

To get the image to serve relative paths I use the slug of code at the
beginning of the David Shaffer tutorial that allows me to put images in a
folder called FileRoot.

Anyway, that¹s my solution. I¹d be happy to told that there¹s a better way
by someone on this list.


> What's the easiest way to use an image for an anchor?  Is there a simple way
> to include an image spec like so between the start and end tags without
> subclassing or modifying what's there?  I've poked around but nothing jumped
> out at me.
>   <a blah blah><img src="image.gif"></a>
> -Carl Gundel
> http://www.runbasic.com

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