(Please tell me wut’s your side!)
Thanks! I just did it. The image isn’t showing up. But maybe in a few minutes it might.
You need to make sure your Link Category has “Category Options > Show” set to include “Images”.
Note in the Alliance HQ example I cited, a separate Link Category was created, setting it that way. You do not need a separate category, but the category needs to support images, which can be done via that setting.
I clicked yes on ‘Visible’ but it still won’t show:
Unless I’m doing something wrong.
Think wank means “the former”, but anyway – yes, I too can do without the doodads to have a secure blog experience….
No thanks, the mess that is Google’s Blogger and all its problems with script insertion should warn everyone away.
damn limited editing capacity ;)
And, no, I’m not going to list them. :)
I’m not that well-versed on code, but would it be possible to “filter all Java codes except X,Y,Z”? This would enable them to block all codes except those used by accepted sites. (Statcounter, etc.) I’m guessing this isn’t possible?
filter all Java codes except X,Y,Z
They would require editing though. For example, the sitemeter code requires you to use your id code.
There is stuff I’d like to see supported on WordPress but hell, it’s blogging software not “fancy pants web design dongle widget special effects” software.
Time spent adding widgets to your blog would be better spent writing content for it. I should know – I migrated to wordpress.com exactly to stop myself from fiddling!
Incidentally this will also increase your traffic far more effectively than blog catalogues.
Marc wrote: No thanks, the mess that is Google’s Blogger and all its problems with script insertion should warn everyone away.
The script problems were related to scam artists that started Blogger blogs and inserted scripts that mined info or passed viruses to its visitors, not what you may have added to your personnel blog.
AOL’s journal have had similar problems.
MySpace has as well.