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HighThemes says

Hi, not sure it’s been discussed or not. I just tried to use my own graphics for twitter & envato follow but when I use a simple img src, and edit a item, it gets filtered.

I saw other authors did it. How?

Thanks

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RobbyDesigns says

You need to use HTML , eg:
<img src="http://img209.imageshack.us/img209/2995/iconrss.png" /> gives you:

You can also use basic HTML tags like p. br, etc... to make it look how you want.

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HighThemes says

You need to use HTML , eg:
<img src="http://img209.imageshack.us/img209/2995/iconrss.png" /> gives you:

You can also use basic HTML tags like p. br, etc... to make it look how you want.

I did it. But as I said, when I submit it, src attribute will be removed and not shown in the item page.

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HighThemes says

solved. Thanks ( I’d written scr instead of src) :)

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