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  • #12809

    Hello, I like to set a normal Link from a graphic to my youtube channel like this:

    But the template generate a movie-link on the graphic with a error message after clicking “Image cannot be loaded. Make sure the path is correct and image exist.”.

    What can I do?

    #76793

    Do you put a link with the image? I don’t see the image here but suspect it is a YouTube icon of some sort.

    What process are you using to put in the image?

    #76794

    Oh sorry… the source-code is not showing here…. please look at this Screenshot:

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/13262920/yt.png

    thanks

    #76795

    Well it doesn’t tell where to find the video. It just takes you to Youtube.

    I don’t know if this is what you are trying to do or not but look at this little test page I created. Maybe this will help.

    http://bluemontinluray.com/millcroft/test-page/

    when you are on your page editing, go above the formatting bar. Click on UPLOAD/INSERT. Insert your image. Highlight it and then click on the link button. Paste in the link to you youtube video. Open in a new window.

    Good luck.

    #76796

    Ok, I will try… thanks for help

    #76797

    Hi designkolchose,

    You can also make the link have the noLightbox class which will disable the lightbox from trying to grabe and display the youtube link. Ex:

    <a class="noLightbox" href="http://www.youtube.com/user/yourchannel"><img class="alignnone" title="Youtube" src="http://.....youtubeicon.png" alt="" width="80" height="80" /></a>

    So from the visual editor, you’ll insert your youtube icon and then switch over to HTML view (the tab at the top) and add the class=”noLightbox” to the link.

    Regards,

    Devin

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