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puting image in "<option" tag.

Posted on 2001-06-03
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Hello!

How can i put one image or number images befor text
in <option value="xxx">[img1][img2]..[imgn]YYYY</option> tag.

thank you!
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by:TTom
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I don't think this can be done, but, as always, I may be wrong.  The select box does not seem to respond to <img> tags.

If this is not possible, can you provide an image "box" and populate it with the appropriate image(s) when a particular item in your select list is chosen?  That should not be a particularly difficult JavaScript problem.

Tom
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kaspiton

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11 open Questions going back ove 6 months.  Would you please resolve your outstanding obligations before asking experts to give you their time.

BTW,  

TTom is correct.  The answer to this is "you can do that".

Now that we have saved you wasting time trying to find a solution that does not exist, you will be able to use the time to close out some of your old questions.  You  will find a list of them by clicking the show history button i your profile.

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Cd&:

Minor typo: "You CAN'T do that"

(FWIW, I haven't been around for a while, but there seems to be a LOT of noise on the site beating up people about open questions.  I agree with the sentiment, but I am wondering why it is being pushed so much these days.  

It seems like most of the questions I have looked at in the past few days have had some sort of comment about open questions.  Is the volume of open questions making it hard to be "productive" (i.e., find questions which need answers).  If so, perhaps we should suggest to Customer Service that they "lock" accounts where the owners are not meeting their obligation to process comments.  Either that, or set up a "tickler" where a question owner gets an email every day, reminding them to close a question once it has gone on for a specific period of time.

I don't know.  Just musing!)

Tom
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by:COBOLdinosaur
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LOL yes CAN should be CAN'T

There is a Thread somewhere in CS or the lounge.  One of hte updates from Shawn I think where Linda asked about putting a control in place which would not permit a user to open a new question if they had open question in which the had not comment in for 10 days or more.

That kind of control is going to be put in place.  The autograde/autodelete has not run since November and some of hte TAs are clogged with old Qs.  The moderators have recommended closure of some accounts where the abuse is extreme and the tolerance level for time wasting questions that never get closed has become just about zero.

Cd&
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