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Is it possible to embed images in the xml documentation?

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Hi,

When generating CHM from my assemblies and XML documentation is it possible
to embed images?

Thanks.


Nov 16 '05 #1
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Julia wrote:
Hi,

When generating CHM from my assemblies and XML documentation is it possible
to embed images?


I haven't tried it, but you could try to add a normal <img> tag to the
xml (end it with /> instead of > :)). It will then end up in the text
being produced inside the HTML. the CHM compiler embeds all images which
are referenced in the HTML, as long as they're local (i.e.: <img
src="myimage.jpg" /> and not: <img src="http://myserver.com/myimage.jpg" />

Frans

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Nov 16 '05 #2

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Hi friends,

I am in trouble with embedding images in to a XML file.
right now i am using <img src ="path"/> but insted of specifying link i need to place images directly into xml file. Can u plese share ur ideas for me

Thanks in advance

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Julia wrote:[color=blue]
> Hi,
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> When generating CHM from my assemblies and XML documentation is it possible
> to embed images?[/color]

I haven't tried it, but you could try to add a normal <img> tag to the
xml (end it with /> instead of > :)). It will then end up in the text
being produced inside the HTML. the CHM compiler embeds all images which
are referenced in the HTML, as long as they're local (i.e.: <img
src="myimage.jpg" /> and not: <img src="http://myserver.com/myimage.jpg" />

Frans

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