- Has been a member for 4-5 years
- Author was Featured
- Contributed a Tutorial to a Tuts+ Site
- Community Moderator
- Microlancer Beta Tester
- Sold between 10 000 and 50 000 dollars
- Repeatedly Helped protect Envato Marketplaces against copyright violations
- Exclusive Author
I was experimenting with my file description’s layout, and came to the conclusion that I’m unable to use span tags, or assign id’s or classes to links and images, for that matter. Why? Is this done to keep everything sandboxed and make sure people don’t mess up the layout? Sounds reasonable.I was trying to call on those black textcloud-popups that have the name of files in them like they do on the home page. To do this, I tried using the following sourcecode:
<span class="thumbnail"> <a href="/item/tic-tac-toe-v2/85038"> <img class="show-tooltip" title="Tic Tac Toe v2" src="http://s3.envato.com/files/264047.jpg" border="0" height="80" alt="Tic Tac Toe v2" width="80" /> </a> </span>This was then stripped to show the following when viewing the source of my description:
<a href="/item/tic-tac-toe-v2/85038"> <img src="http://s3.envato.com/files/264047.jpg" alt="Tic Tac Toe v2" /> </a>
I think it could be much more fun have an authors private forum.
Just joking… yeah, sounds interesting.
They don’t allow those html tags. Only basic ones.