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exactly, linuxquestions has these features disabled (such as [img] tags in forum posts) for a reason
that being to make the site as accessible to the widest range of audiences possible, including those who have slow internet connections (eg dsl or dialup)
Everything said here is true. Not sure about the mods/html bit though. <a href="http://www.example.com">Examples</a> can be posted to test it. IIRC, there is a cut down set of html commands available to all.
And I have moved this to LQ Suggestions and Feedback.
If a image is attached then it is automatically shown as thumb print of image at that post !
clicking on that redirects to full size picture.
Similarly when a video link is attached. If there is a 80 X 80 size video frame can be a good idea. Always linking to other sites ...? looks like promoting others. Why should LQ be fully featured forum ?
Sweet! My first real post and I already cause some discussion!
I bring this up because the feature would really help out my LQ blog, specifically this post: Spanish Holiday Video.
I was hoping there would be BBcode like some other sites have implemented, though I would definitely second the suggestion above for a static image linking to the video. But I understand that it might be a hazard to the site.