Adding Issues the Pulps page:

So this in itself was quite a feat to get the individual issues to line up in a row. The gallery view would not allow me to create links in the captions below the images of the each issue. I had to first place one image, or create a small gallery of three or more images, then go into the Text viewer, instead of Visual. While in Text mode I would type “<div>” before the ”

” opening bracket, and then again after the “

” closing bracket. I would then switch back to Visual mode and click on the image. After you have clicked on the image you select the left alignment icon which appears in the top right corner of the image. This forces the image the align left.

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Once you have done this and want to add another image, you must copy and paste the text from ”

” to closing “

” After pasting it below the other image you will then replace both links to the preview image, and then the src=”” link to the image. At the top of the there is an attachment #. Here you must replace the number and make it correspond to the new image you will be using. You will find this number at the end of the Permalink.

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For this image the attachment number is 549. After changing this and the two links to the image, you will then change the link wrapped around the caption to whatever the link is to the pdf found here:

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Or you can change this link to the page with the table of contents you have created for this issue. After completing the changes to the content within the caption you could switch back over to Visual mode to preview the changes and click publish. If the items do not align you may have to remove any black space between closing </div> tags and the following opening <div> tag.

Troubleshooting

If the image does not show for the issue you have inserted, it is very possible you posted the wrong link in the wrong place. There are two links for every issue you upload. There is an actual image link which ends in .jpg or .png and there is a image preview link which which is the permalink.

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The Permalink goes where I have bolded the text in the following example:

<div>
<img class=”wp-image-133 size-thumbnail” src=”https://sfatcsuf.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/screen-shot-2015-03-26-at-9-33-49-pm.png?w=99” alt=”Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 9.33.49 PM” width=”99″ height=”150″ /></a> March 1930 <br /> <a href=”https://sfatcsuf.wordpress.com/2015/03/27/weird-tales-march-1930/”>Contents</a&gt;

</div>

And the actual link goes where I have bolded the text below:

<div>
<a href=”https://sfatcsuf.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/screen-shot-2015-03-26-at-9-33-49-pm.png“><img class=”wp-image-133 size-thumbnail” src=”https://sfatcsuf.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/screen-shot-2015-03-26-at-9-33-49-pm.png?w=99&#8243; alt=”Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 9.33.49 PM” width=”99″ height=”150″ /> March 1930
Contents

</div>

 

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