i dont see what u mean on that page but its easuy find the right "view all" put the html image code before it now ifthe text disapears its cause its pushed too far and is hidden by another element so play with css to shift things around ..compensate for space
ie if u see a containing div with 2 divs inside each with set witdths adjust all widths to asllow for the image and the text
Thank u for answer! This is a screen shot with the orange arrows and my Language editor, I think I'm writing a wrong code...
your sites link?
that will help too
I see it after read Jen's answer.
You can see it working in my site.
you can also try this:
go to this page and find an arrow http://copypastecharacter.com/arrows
then paste that arrow before the text
Thank you, I'll try it
I think it disappears because of the file type: jpg. tinypic can render the animated gif using the jpg extension. But, I think something is going wrong on Ning because the file type should be .gif. I saved the file as rightarrrow.gif, and uploaded to Ning API. It works.
Try the code below -- notice the file extension where I uploaded to Ning is .gif. Also, it will load faster on the Ning API. I tried this on my site and it worked perfectly. In fact, I really like this idea. I might use one too. =)
<img src="http://api.ning.com:80/files/POf-clSKoV3lewhqImkIt6uGhtYhG0EzYBM7KswW2HbBWPWo3xjxffrfrx5dANY*v2d5wfmy8q635Nd0DshXavId6hEoxqbb/rightarrow.gif">View All
good catch i didnt notice the extention conflict
thats why your a genius
LOL, nah. Just been at it for more years than I care to admit. ;-)
For some reason, I decided to add this and it looks interesting at least. Thanks for the gif and original idea.
Pat, My pleasure. =)