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Features / Usability


What is the Markdown syntax for using images in the image gallery?

posts: 21 United States

Greetings,
The Markdown plugin is wonderful. What syntax do you use to access images in the gallery (database)? In Markdown, I would include an image with the following code:

![My Image](./photos/myimage.jpg)


With Tiki I would reference an image from the galley with the following code:

{img width=400 id=14}


I guessed at the following syntax but neither one generates an image.

{MARKDOWN()} ![My photo](img width=400 id=14) @import "img width=400 id=14" {MARKDOWN}


I haven't found any documentation on how to access images using Markdown plugin syntax. Would someone post a link to the Markdown language reference showing how to access Tiki Wiki images or suggest the proper syntax when uses the Markdown plugin to Tiki Wiki?
Sincerely,
Jay Morreale

posts: 2428 Czech Republic

Hi Jay,
thanks! You can use the following markdown syntax in Tiki if you have SEFURLs enabled:

{MARKDOWN()} ![My Image](./display14) {MARKDOWN}


Lets test it here:

My Image


Optionally you can add some attributes:

{MARKDOWN()} ![My Image](./display2188?x=640 "Tiki Oven"){.img-fluid width="400"} {MARKDOWN}


See the Commonmark docs: https://commonmark.thephpleague.com/1.5/extensions/attributes/

luci

waterglass wrote:

Greetings,
The Markdown plugin is wonderful. What syntax do you use to access images in the gallery (database)? In Markdown, I would include an image with the following code:

![My Image](./photos/myimage.jpg)


With Tiki I would reference an image from the galley with the following code:

{img width=400 id=14}


I guessed at the following syntax but neither one generates an image.

{MARKDOWN()} ![My photo](img width=400 id=14) @import "img width=400 id=14" {MARKDOWN}


I haven't found any documentation on how to access images using Markdown plugin syntax. Would someone post a link to the Markdown language reference showing how to access Tiki Wiki images or suggest the proper syntax when uses the Markdown plugin to Tiki Wiki?
Sincerely,
Jay Morreale

posts: 21 United States

Hi Luci,
That's Awesome!. Thank you.

luciash d' being 🧙 wrote:

Hi Jay,
thanks! You can use the following markdown syntax in Tiki if you have SEFURLs enabled:

{MARKDOWN()} ![My Image](./display14) {MARKDOWN}


Lets test it here:

My Image


Optionally you can add some attributes:

{MARKDOWN()} ![My Image](./display2188?x=640 "Tiki Oven"){.img-fluid width="400"} {MARKDOWN}


See the Commonmark docs: https://commonmark.thephpleague.com/1.5/extensions/attributes/

luci