|[AMRadio] off topic (sorry) qrz.com hotlinks|
ranchorobbo at gmail.com
Sat Dec 12 14:54:47 EST 2015
the example I looked at, K9CT is in fact listed as a "premium subscriber."
The mark up for one of his links is
<a href="http://navassadx.com/">K1N, Navassa</a> which is pretty
basic. I'll try that; maybe qrz.com doesn't like all the other html
configure variables I have (but any standard client would accept
The problem is they have this template they want you to use. You
can't just give them a html file. The template seems to get in the
way of how I know how to set up a hotlink.
if $$ is what it takes I'll just list the links in plain text so
anyone can cut and paste into a browser http address box to get a
file. I'll have a list of what each link is next to each link. I
just thought it would be nicer to have the text in the list hot
I just don't have time to make this a big production.
On Sat, Dec 12, 2015 at 1:19 PM, <manualman at juno.com> wrote:
> I'm not a software person but:
> Maybe it's a subscriber perk.
> Try going to a page that you know that has embedded links; right click on
> the page, then click "view page source" and scroll around until you find
> how the embedded link was actually written. Maybe there's something
> unique on how it has to be written.
> Pete, wa2cwa
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