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RushXTC
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Re: Where do you get the icons / png's?


chrisw1968uk wrote:

I'm not seeing any sizes in my html - images are too big - and too narrow lol


 

You have to add the size code manually =P

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burghpa
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Re: Where do you get the icons / png's?

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This is how I did, if anyone is interested

1.  First Line :  HR as a divider Line

2.  Second Line:   all image tags in single line one after another  <img><img><img>   . Replace http:// with actual iimage URL. I added width="90" parameter as well.

3.  Third line :  <b> to bold, and added enough spaces  - &nbsp;  to align numbers under the image. As someone else suggested, it is better to create an  image as 3rd line. I didn't have time to replace it yet.

  

 

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<img  alt="1"  width="90" height="50" src="http://"><img  alt="2"  width="90"height="50" src="http://"><img alt="3" width="90"  height="50" src="http://">  
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