This is not possible yet we will add it in the next release. https://github.com/NodeBB/NodeBB/issues/5888barisusakli created this issue in NodeBB/NodeBB closed ability to change the site title url in header #5888
Clicking on resized images to view full-sized images??
Possibly relevant plugin: nodebb-plugin-extended-markdown
I'm not sure what the default behaviour is supposed to be...
When I upload an image in a post it gets resized. Immediately after making the post I can click on the image and it opens up a full-sized image. However, from there on, clicking on the image has no effect (ie no full sized image is opened).
I can still access the full-sized image via the uploads folder...
I would like the capacity to click on the image to get the full sized image. Any ideas?
Seems to work fine here for example: https://community.nodebb.org/topic/3540/test-images-by-the-way-how-does-it-handle-really-long-titles-without-crashing-the-design-of-the-board
I also tested this with local image uploading and it seems to work fine as well.
Do you have a live forum that we can check this out at?
@psychobunny I can pm you an address. Not quite ready to post one here....but I'll follow up here...
This is for local image uploads.
I found a solution to this problem (which was driving me crazy) but still don't know what actually causes the problem.
I inspected the html for the posts where I couldn't click on the images to expand them:
<div class="content" component="post/content" itemprop="text"> <p> <img src="/assets/uploads/files/1549051302974-blur_dn_spider_dsc02880.jpg" alt="blur_dn_spider_DSC02880.jpg" class="img-responsive img-markdown"> </p> </div>
If I edit the post (tools>edit) in NodeBB and save the post and re-inspect the html it looks like this:
<div class="content" component="post/content" itemprop="text" style=""> <p> <a href="/assets/uploads/files/1549051302974-blur_dn_spider_dsc02880.jpg" target="_blank"> <img src="/assets/uploads/files/1549051302974-blur_dn_spider_dsc02880.jpg" alt="blur_dn_spider_DSC02880.jpg" class="img-responsive img-markdown"> </a> </p> </div>
So now a href tag is being added and everything works as expected.
Strange! Oh well. At least I have a fix of sorts.
Ugh. I spoke too soon. If I refresh the page, the href tag disappears!
That's really weird.....
I upgraded to v1.12.0 and the problem disappeared (and none of my plugins broke either).
Let us never speak of this again...