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  • </img>

    Does anyone know why several posts I have been seeing have
    </IMG>
    at the bottom of them?

    Weird, no?

  • #2
    Re: &lt;/img&gt;

    HTML code is off, therefore, if they try to use HTML instead of the vB code, sometimes the HTML code shows up as is.
    -Tim

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    • #3
      Re: &lt;/img&gt;

      Originally posted by FrumiousBoojum
      HTML code is off, therefore, if they try to use HTML instead of the vB code, sometimes the HTML code shows up as is.
      How about in English for us not computer savvy folk.

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      • #4
        Re: &lt;/img&gt;

        If they put:

        HTML Code:
        <img src="moo.jpg"></img>
        When they should've put:

        Code:
        [IMG]moo.jpg[/IMG]
        And the HTML is turned off in the forum, the HTML won't show up right.
        -Tim

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        • #5
          Re: &lt;/img&gt;

          Now say it with crayons and hand puppets. You know... something MY speed.



          I'm kidding. Thank you, FB.

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          • #6
            Re: &lt;/img&gt;

            The IMG is programming that makes a picture show up either in someones signature or a post. The IMG is a "tag" that goes around the web address that the photo is linked from so it tells the computer to pull that picture from where the photo is hosted and display it here.

            For example:

            <img>http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f82/sumermarie/vmkroom.gif</img>

            Should be:

            [IMG]http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f82/sumermarie/vmkroom.gif[/IMG]

            To produce:



            Did I confuse you more? :lol:

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            • #7
              Re: &lt;/img&gt;

              It's a bug in the vBspell software. If you have an image in your post that you are spellchecking (this includes smilies), then it adds a </img> to the end of the post.
              -Monorail Man

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              • #8
                Re: &lt;/img&gt;

                Originally posted by SummerInFL
                Did I confuse you more? :lol:
                What's a computer?
                Where am I?
                :lol:
                Thank you.

                Originally posted by Monorail Man
                It's a bug in the vBspell software. If you have an image in your post that you are spellchecking (this includes smilies), then it adds a </img> to the end of the post.
                I never use spelcheck.

                Just kidding.

                Thank you for the info. I thought the </img> thing had something to do with my crappy computer or something.

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                • #9
                  Re: &lt;/img&gt;

                  Originally posted by Monorail Man
                  It's a bug in the vBspell software. If you have an image in your post that you are spellchecking (this includes smilies), then it adds a </img> to the end of the post.
                  Oh... so I guessed very wrong then.
                  -Tim

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                  • #10
                    Re: &lt;/img&gt;

                    Originally posted by FrumiousBoojum
                    Oh... so I guessed very wrong then.
                    You weren't wrong, it is just a different answer here. :lol: Love the world of computers.

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                    • #11
                      Re: &lt;/img&gt;

                      Originally posted by Gemini Cricket
                      What's a computer?
                      Where am I?
                      :lol:
                      Thank you.


                      I never use spelcheck.

                      Just kidding.

                      Thank you for the info. I thought the </img> thing had something to do with my crappy computer or something.
                      Well, that too, GC... :lmao:

                      </IMG>
                      sigpic

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                      • #12
                        Re: &lt;/img&gt;

                        Originally posted by Demigod
                        Well, that too, GC... :lmao:

                        </IMG>
                        Are Commodore 64's not popular any more?

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                        • #13
                          Re: &lt;/img&gt;

                          Originally posted by Gemini Cricket
                          Are Commodore 64's not popular any more?
                          I still own mine, with the games and the original instruction booklet.

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                          • #14
                            Re: &lt;/img&gt;

                            Originally posted by SummerInFL
                            I still own mine, with the games and the original instruction booklet.
                            Holy cow. I was only joking. That's awesome.

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                            • #15
                              Re: &lt;/img&gt;

                              Originally posted by Gemini Cricket
                              Holy cow. I was only joking. That's awesome.
                              Hey, I used to run a BBS on mine back in the day....lol!
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