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Hi, I have tried to update the heading post of my Stronghold Crusader faces and crests tread, but I failed. I also tried to add the new face in a new post, but I was unable to post links as well... (the image file was linked to bmp which is located at Slavic Warlords website)

 

Is this something new, or there is just some maintenance going on?

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Please provide a link to the post you are attempting to edit, the exact link you were attempting to post as well as any errors/messages you are receiving.

 

EDIT: The posting of links was a permissions issue, your user group had been denied it after the change. That should be fixed now.


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Thanks. :)

I tried it again now, and now I get this error:

[url] was opened within [img], this is not allowed

and this is message I was trying to post.

Long time since I posted my latest face. Now I come with a new one. Here comes Teutonic knight - I hope you'll like it. :)
[url=http://serbianwarlords.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=194246485][img=http://i1189.photobucket.com/albums/z427/samir89ns/Stronghold Crusader faces/ss006teutonicknight.jpg][/url]
I am planning to create more similar ones in future days, and I've god some more faces created after Lord of the Ring characters (movie and animated movie as well).

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You mean the edit link isn't there or you just get that error?

 

EDIT: Please try now.


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Edit link is there whole time, but when I clicked it, I was given this message that I am not allowed to edit the message. Now it's working!

 

Only I am still getting this error message for inserting code:

[url= (my url) ][img= (image url) ][/url]

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Don't add any spaces to your URL, make them %20 instead.


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⁠— Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales: The Knight's Tale

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I don't add spaces, I only tried to tell what code I am using, and it's not letting me.

 

This is what I tried to post:

Long time since I posted my latest face. Now I come with a new one. Here comes Teutonic knight - I hope you'll like it. :)
[url=http://serbianwarlords.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=194246485][img=http://i1189.photobucket.com/albums/z427/samir89ns/Stronghold Crusader faces/ss006teutonicknight.jpg][/url]
I am planning to create more similar ones in future days, and I've god some more faces created after Lord of the Ring characters (movie and animated movie as well).

And this is the error message:

[url] was opened within [img], this is not allowed

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There are spaces, in your image URL.

 

http://i1189.photobucket.com/albums/z427/samir89ns/Stronghold Crusader faces/ss006teutonicknight.jpg

 

When you add %20 instead of the spaces, this is the result:

 

ss006teutonicknight.jpg

Edited by Lord_Chris

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