I'm having some trouble with adding image editing support in a template.
I can add the image tag fine and it shows up in the template when editing, but I have to delete it before I can add a new one. This is unlike the expected behaviour when using one of the Campaign Monitor default templates (template-widgets.html), with the new version of the tagging system.
The question is; How can I have the "choose image" functionality in the editor, without having a dummy image that needs removing first?
Here is the code i'm using;
<repeater toc='true'> <layout label="New Article"> <table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" bgcolor="#ffffff"> <tr> <td colspan="5"> <h2><singleline label="Title">Title of article</singleline></h2> <multiline label="Description"><p>Description</p></multiline> </td> </tr> <tr> <td><img editable="true" label="Article image" alt="" width="330" src="images/gallery.png" /></td> </tr> </table> <img src="images/hr.gif" width="329" height="1" /> <img src="images/smallspacer.gif" width="192" height="25" /> </layout> </repeater>
Hi Darren, I understand this is a bit of annoying, but at present, you have to delete the dummy image in order to replace it. So the good news is that your code is spot-on, no troubles there at all. The bad - we're still looking at being able to add an image without a dummy one being their prior, or more likely, being able to replace an image without deleting it first.
Sorry about this - I'll certainly note internally that you would like to see this changed and will keep you posted if it happens in a future release. Thanks for your feedback here!
Okay, thanks for the feedback.
You should add a big fat note in the documentation explaining this. I spent an hour trying to edit my image, thanks to the forum I found the solution.
Sorry about this elime, we're looking at making a few tweaks in the future to make this process easier for everyone. Really appreciate your feedback on this, though!
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