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The “photo” tag
SuperYesMore lets you handle images with a special superyesmore
<photo src="url" filename="file.jpg" display="full" caption="Hello SuperYesMore" >
The following markup will be rendered
<figure class="full"> <img src="https://superyesmore.com/path/to/filename.jpg"> <figcaption>Hello SuperYesMore</figcaption> </figure>
caption attributes are optional.
Markup / Markdown inside the “caption” attribute
You can safely include Markdown inside the
caption attribute. If you want to type HTML, you can do so by escaping your markup:
These characters will be decoded inside captions and turned into HTML.
Values for the “display” attribute
display="full"The image will take full width of the screen.
display="wide"The image will be wider than its container.
display="left"The image will be floated on the left, with text wrapping on the right.