Insert HTML Image Tag

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Menu: Edit > Insert > HTML Image Tag


Default Shortcut Key: none


Macro function: HTMLImageTag()


The Insert HTML Image Tag command can be used to insert an HTML image tag into the current file for a selected graphics file.  The image tag will use the filename, image height, and image width of the selected image file.  The following image file formats are supported: BMP, GIF and JPEG.


A dialog will appear so that the name of the image file can be selected.  If you like, multiple image files can be selected at the same time.


Before the image tag is created, a dialog appears to confirm the operation, and to provide access to the image template:





You can control the format of the image tag by editing the HTML Image Tag Template in the upper edit box.  The format of the template string can be changed freely, so long as the %1, %2 and %3 sequences appear in the string, and remain associated with the filename (src), width and height properties, respectively.  The image tag that will be inserted appears in the lower edit box.  Buttons are provided to quickly convert the tag to uppercase or lowercase, as well as a Reset to Default button that will restore the template string to its original form.


bm1You can also activate the Insert HTML Image Tag feature by dragging and dropping images onto Boxer.