CMS Image posting

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Hi,

Right now i use VB4 with its CMS, I'm thinking about maybe moving to IPS, but when i try the demo i seem to only be able to add images via the 'My Media' what shows the image as a thumb with a big box around it with file name and that, or via the images button what only lets you add via a URL.

Right now VB CMS lets a user upload a image as a image from your computer and than format its placement and how big it shows, from thumbnail, medium, large or full size. This greatly helps in the making of a article that as a number of images, is this something IPS can do that I'm over looking or is it not supprted? If it's not supported is there any plans to add it?

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Also images are just added as attachment bbcode in the editer, again this is bad for making of articles, can this be made to format in a more wysiwyg style?

Thank You.

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[quote name='CarlaBirch' timestamp='1341147717' post='2282587']
Hi,

Right now i use VB4 with its CMS, I'm thinking about maybe moving to IPS, but when i try the demo i seem to only be able to add images via the 'My Media' what shows the image as a thumb with a big box around it with file name and that, or via the images button what only lets you add via a URL.

Right now VB CMS lets a user upload a image as a image from your computer and than format its placement and how big it shows, from thumbnail, medium, large or full size. This greatly helps in the making of a article that as a number of images, is this something IPS can do that I'm over looking or is it not supprted? If it's not supported is there any plans to add it?



Also images are just added as attachment bbcode in the editer, again this is bad for making of articles, can this be made to format in a more wysiwyg style?

Thank You.


With IP.Content, you can add attachment and single file upload fields. Attachment fields work the same as they do in forum posts.

You can also allow HTML in the editor fields, allowing you to code the images in however you like.

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