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(13,916 posts)
Tue Dec 20, 2016, 09:47 PM Dec 2016

Hillary applauded at the Carlyle.

As Tyrell sang, “Each time I find myself flat on my face, I pick myself up and get back in the race,” the entire room rose and gave a prolonged standing ovation to Hillary.


BTW - Does anyone know what control whether or not a link displays the picture that goes with it and the headline? I thought it used to do that all the time, but since the hacking I'm not sure it's ever done it. Info??
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Hillary applauded at the Carlyle. (Original Post) LAS14 Dec 2016 OP
This one? Tarheel_Dem Dec 2016 #1
Yeah, why didn't that (and the headline) show up with my link? LAS14 Dec 2016 #3
Thanks. Cracklin Charlie Dec 2016 #6
You have to do a right click on the picture milestogo Dec 2016 #2
But in the past, if you copied a link to a news story... LAS14 Dec 2016 #4
Are you thinking of Facebook? pinboy3niner Dec 2016 #5
Definitely not. I almost never use Facebook. LAS14 Dec 2016 #8
What is described above is exactly what I did. I don't ever remember a link including the pic. nt Tarheel_Dem Dec 2016 #9
Mahalo for this, LAS! Cha Dec 2016 #7


(16,829 posts)
2. You have to do a right click on the picture
Tue Dec 20, 2016, 10:15 PM
Dec 2016

and copy the image address. An image address will have an extension like jpg, gif or png.


(13,916 posts)
4. But in the past, if you copied a link to a news story...
Tue Dec 20, 2016, 10:22 PM
Dec 2016

.... the headline and the picture would show up in your post. No need to copy the picture separately.


(13,916 posts)
8. Definitely not. I almost never use Facebook.
Wed Dec 21, 2016, 01:59 PM
Dec 2016

I just now went back to Oct - Nov 7 and couldn't find any examples of where a link to a news story showed the picture and headline. So the problem affects the display, not the storage of the post. I did submit a question to the admins a day or two after DU came back on line, but didn't get a response.

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