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Re: [NH] Opera 9.2/WIN and targets

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  • loro
    ... Dunno, but I suspect it has to do with that
    Message 1 of 5 , Oct 30, 2007
      Mike Breiding wrote:
      >In both Moz and IE the link below navigates to the top of the image,
      >as it should.
      >In Opera it navigates to the bottom.
      >Any solution for this?
      >
      >Thanks,
      >-Mike
      >
      >http://epicroadtrips.us/2007/summer/california/week4/#ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun23.jpg
      >
      >Snip from page:
      >http://epicroadtrips.us/2007/summer/california/week4/index.php
      ><a name="ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun01.jpg"
      >id="ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun01.jpg"> </a>
      ><a href="d19_sunday_w4/hres/ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun01.jpg"><img
      >src="d19_sunday_w4/ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun01.jpg" title="" alt=""
      >/></a>
      ><p>ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun01.jpg </p>

      Dunno, but I suspect it has to do with that <a name="...></a><a
      href=""...><img...></a> are all in line elements and that <a name=""> has
      no relation to the image at all. If you delete the <a name=""> altogether
      and move the name and id attributes to the other A tag, the one that
      actually contains the IMG, it'll work as you want.

      For extra safety you could ditch the 'name' altogether and use the id with
      the P under the image, the one with the caption. IIRC Netscape 4 is the
      newest browser that benefits from 'name'. You could also use the id in the
      IMG tag. I'd put it where I suspected I might have other use for it,
      probably in a DIV around the whole thing, image and caption.

      Lotta
    • WV-Mike
      ... Here is what I did and it now works.   --
      Message 2 of 5 , Oct 30, 2007
        At 10:10 AM 10/30/2007 , you wrote:
        >Dunno, but I suspect it has to do with that <a name="...></a><a
        >href=""...><img...></a> are all in line elements and that <a name=""> has
        >no relation to the image at all. If you delete the <a name=""> altogether
        >and move the name and id attributes to the other A tag, the one that
        >actually contains the IMG, it'll work as you want.
        >
        >For extra safety you could ditch the 'name' altogether and use the id with
        >the P under the image, the one with the caption. IIRC Netscape 4 is the
        >newest browser that benefits from 'name'. You could also use the id in the
        >IMG tag. I'd put it where I suspected I might have other use for it,
        >probably in a DIV around the whole thing, image and caption.
        >
        >Lotta


        Here is what I did and it now works.

        <!-- <a name="ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun23.jpg"
        id="ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun23.jpg"> </a> -->

        <a href="d19_sunday_w4/hres/ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun23.jpg">
        <img src="d19_sunday_w4/ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun23.jpg" title="" alt=""
        id="ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun23.jpg"/>
        </a>
        <p>ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun23.jpg </p>

        If I placed the ID in the P tag Opera still navigates to the bottom of the
        image.

        I removed this from the clip:
        ^!InsertHtml <a name="^%imagename%" id="^%imagename%"> </a>

        And added id="^%imagename%" to this clip line:

        ^!InsertHtml <a href="hres/^%imagename%"><img src="^%imagename%"
        width="^%ImgWidth%" height="^%ImgHeight%" title="^%TITLE%" alt="^%ALT%"
        id="^%imagename%"/></a>^p<p>^%ImageName% </p>^p^p

        Which outputs this:
        <a href="hres/ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun32.jpg"><img
        src="ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun32.jpg" width="450" height="300" title=""
        alt="" id="ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun32.jpg"/></a>

        It works!
        By god, I think I may actaully be learning something!

        Thanks a bunch.
        -Mike
      • loro
        ... What a stupid thing to say! Don t know how I was thinking. As Mike already has discovered the hard way, that s no good at all. The P is as little connected
        Message 3 of 5 , Oct 30, 2007
          loro wrote:
          >For extra safety you could ditch the 'name' altogether and use the id with
          >the P under the image, the one with the caption.

          What a stupid thing to say! Don't know how I was thinking. As Mike already
          has discovered the hard way, that's no good at all. The P is as little
          connected to the IMG as the named anchor was.

          Lotta
        • WV-Mike
          ... Here is what I did and it now works.   --
          Message 4 of 5 , Oct 30, 2007
            At 10:10 AM 10/30/2007 , you wrote:
            >Dunno, but I suspect it has to do with that <a name="...></a><a
            >href=""...><img...></a> are all in line elements and that <a name=""> has
            >no relation to the image at all. If you delete the <a name=""> altogether
            >and move the name and id attributes to the other A tag, the one that
            >actually contains the IMG, it'll work as you want.
            >
            >For extra safety you could ditch the 'name' altogether and use the id with
            >the P under the image, the one with the caption. IIRC Netscape 4 is the
            >newest browser that benefits from 'name'. You could also use the id in the
            >IMG tag. I'd put it where I suspected I might have other use for it,
            >probably in a DIV around the whole thing, image and caption.
            >
            >Lotta


            Here is what I did and it now works.

            <!-- <a name="ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun23.jpg"
            id="ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun23.jpg"> </a> -->

            <a href="d19_sunday_w4/hres/ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun23.jpg">
            <img src="d19_sunday_w4/ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun23.jpg" title="" alt=""
            id="ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun23.jpg"/>
            </a>
            <p>ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun23.jpg </p>

            If I placed the ID in the P tag Opera still navigates to the bottom of the
            image.

            I removed this from the clip:
            ^!InsertHtml <a name="^%imagename%" id="^%imagename%"> </a>

            And added id="^%imagename%" to this clip line:

            ^!InsertHtml <a href="hres/^%imagename%"><img src="^%imagename%"
            width="^%ImgWidth%" height="^%ImgHeight%" title="^%TITLE%" alt="^%ALT%"
            id="^%imagename%"/></a>^p<p>^%ImageName% </p>^p^p

            Which outputs this:
            <a href="hres/ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun32.jpg"><img
            src="ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun32.jpg" width="450" height="300" title=""
            alt="" id="ert07CA_D19-20_wk4_sat-sun32.jpg"/></a>

            It works!
            By god, I think I may actaully be learning something!

            Thanks a bunch.
            -Mike


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