[Scribus] Off-topic: Wiki thing...
Tue Jan 24 23:06:34 CET 2006
Em Ter 24 Jan 2006 19:06, Gregory Pittman escreveu:
> Ludi Maciel wrote:
> > Hello everyone,
> > I got a simple doubt: How can I create a link to an internal article (eg
> > Main Page) using an internal image (eg American_pp.png)?
> > I know, it's a stupid question but I really can't figure out how to do it
> > (and the mediawiki help didn't solve my problem).
> If I'm not mistaken, can't you use HTML tags when you edit?
Yes, but I can't use it. If I could, would be something like this:
<a href=../Main_Page><img src=../American_pp.png width=XX height=XX
I want to know how can I create a link to [[Main Page]] using the
>"Correspondingly, there are two ways to use an image as link to a page:
>* In the first method, only possible in projects that allow embedding
>images in external link style, an image plays the role of the label.
Treating it as an external image/link works
http://wiki.scribus.net/images/0/03/American_pp.png] but it's not the "right"
way to do that I think...
>* In the second method, the image description page contains a redirect."
This seems to be the "right one". I'll try it later.
Thanks for your advices, everyone.
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