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Tuesday, 13 December 2011

Using images in Microsoft’s Sharepoint Wiki

Today I was creating a wiki page for a project and want to show the design inside the wiki page. Ok that was not too difficult as wiki page editor provides an option to select an image. So I have tried using the link to image as "file://C:/Users/saif/Desktop/elapsedtime.png" but that did not work.
So I have created a picture library as per following steps :-

1. goto http://saif-teamserver/sites/DefaultCollection/default.aspx

2. goto "Site Actions" and select "Create"

3. select "Picture Library" as shown below

4. Give a name "SaifProjectPics" and select "create" should show your library

5. Now upload the image "elapsedtime.png"

6. clicking on the image should show the image in edit more, click on the image again so as to display as preview. The url should look like http://saif-teamserver/sites/DefaultCollection/SaifProjectPics/elapsedtime.jpg

That's it you can use this url in your wiki page. Try to add image in the wiki page and use the url as "http://saif-teamserver/sites/DefaultCollection/SaifProjectPics/elapsedtime.jpg" and your wiki page will have the image you needed.

The system of nature, of which man is a part, tends to be self-balancing, self-adjusting, self-cleansing. Not so with technology. ~E.F. Schumacher, Small is Beautiful, 1973


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