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PC

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I have been able to write HTML for use in a Mashup or even generate it elsewhere and simply copy and paste. The stumbling block is referencing any buttons, icons or images needed for the code. No matter where I put the images on the server or how explicit I make the path, Workspace will not find them. Can you please tell me where to store local images so that Workspace HTML code can read them.

I suspect I have the same problem trying to add a background image to a text table. Dragging the image into the box provided generates the path to the images current location but does not load it to the server or hint at where these images should be stored.

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NorthernAlberta

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Hi PC,
As far as I can tell Workspace doesn't really have the ability to do this. However, there does appear to be a workaround.

  1. Create a new page. I just call mine 'Image Holder'. Now insert your images into it as you would normally (e.g. Insert Component -> Image -> Select and Upload Image).

    Now comes the annoying part. Please note, these instructions are for Firefox.

  2. Right click on your new image component and select 'Download Image file'. You can open or save it, it doesn't matter.
  3. Firefox will open a 'Downloads' window. Find the image you just downloaded in the list and right click on it.
  4. From the right-click menu, select 'Copy Download Link'.
    You will now have something like workspace/file/446/MyImage.png
  5. You can insert this image into a Workspace text component by editing the HTML directly. Your final code should look something like ' img src="file/446/MyImage.png" '


This is a definite annoyance. Here's hoping Kerio finds a better way in the future.
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Tomas Laubr (Kerio)

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Hello PC.
I uploaded an image to a file library. From the file context menu I choosed "Link to this File" and copied a part of the download link: e.g. from https://workspace.kerio.com/file/48825/Dave.jpg?version=1&am p;ext=.jpg I copied /file/48825/Dave.jpg
Then I pasted it to a mashup as <img src="/file/48825/Dave.jpg">
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