Hi, I have submitted a Tip/Trick with an attached zip file containing the source code which has been approved and published. The source can be read in the article (by using 'Browse Code') but somehow there is no button to download the file. The article is freshly uploaded and approved. Is the code still in quarantaine or something alike?
I sometimes have an issue when I paste code into an article and then set the code formatting style and language type. The HTML comes out wrongly and in the preview mode this gives unsatisfactorily results. Is this a known issue? Or is it my browser, I use Opera? Or is it me?
I am using the CodeProject editor to edit an article I have written. When previewing the edits, the images included with the article are not displayed but instead appear as blank sections. Editing the image properties requires entering a URL. The default URL references the location of the image on my computer instead of the CodeProject site. My question, how do I change the URL to reference the images previously uploaded to the CodeProject site so that the images are correctly displayed when previewing the article? More specifically, what should be included in the URL?
In what way do you need guidance? If you're after help with style, formatting, our submission system etc then fire away with questions. If you need technical help on the subject matter then you should go to the relevant forums [^]
I am currently drafting an article which simulate a Middleware application (Financial/Banking segment) which helps reducing inhouse devlopment efforts. Current Section/subsection don't seems to cover the article. Any suggestion where should it fall ideally.
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I recently wrote my first maths article on WordPress using the 'default' JetPack Beautiful Math feature.
First of all WordPress just really messed up... All LaTeX in my RSS feed is an img with a src that doesn't exist.
So when this got pulled to CodeProject it was just a mess with missing images.
Anyone knows why WordPress messes this up and how I can pull to CP without worrying about markup?
Beautiful Math uses the syntax $latex \somecode$ while CP has <span class="math">(\somecode)<span>.
I'm currently trying to fix my blog on CP, but it's taking some time. I really don't want to do this for all my blogs on maths...
1. Your blog is emitting images instead of the Latex code. No idea how to get your blog to not pre-process the latex
2. The images that are linked to in your blog feed aren't being shown. Do you have some kind of check to ensure images aren't being included in off-domain pages? If so then removing this block will allow the images to show and your blogs will look fine again.
I've just taken another look at it and it seems my RSS feed[^] is actually pointing toward the correct URL's: //s0.wp.com/latex.php?some_formula
Here on CP it points to: http://sanderrossel.com//s0.wp.com/latex.php?some_formula though.
So it seems http://sanderrossel.com is prepended by CP.
Is this a bug?
Turns out there was a bug. All fixed, but even so, some of the images just aren't rendering. For istance, "//s0.wp.com/latex.php?latex=%5Clambda+%5Cnotin+E&bg=ffffff&fg=000&s=0" is just a black box for me.
Asher, from your description here, I had high hopes that the link would take me to something that provided rich detail on how you created your control; showed your code in-depth and really covered your thought processes when you created it. Perhaps you would cover the tradeoffs in your design and give me a real insight into exactly how your control came to be. Sadly, it's less than two screens long when you take out the image at the start of the "article". Whoever changed the type was right; this is, at best, a tip/trick.
Also, you have broken one of the cardinal rules on CodeProject. Never put an article up with just a link to github. The site owners would prefer that you included a copy of the code as it existed when the article was created - that way, if you ever decide to pull the github project, there will still be a copy of the code here that people can play around with and get an understanding of, instead of a dead link. By all means, also include a link to your github project, but have your downloadable code hosted here.