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==Uploading files to the {{Blog}}==
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You can upload data files to your {{Blog}} to enable others to view or download them. If the data files are in .png or .jpg format, the image can be displayed on the {{Post}} and can be commented on separately. You can add links to your data files to the {{Post}} with which the files are associated. This is helpful for enabling others to see that there is data associated with the {{Post}} because with no links in the {{Post}} you can only see the data files when the specific {{Post}} is selected.
You cannot upload data to a new {{Post}}. You must first create a new {{Post}}, and then ''edit'' the {{Post}} to add your file. Icons and links for the uploaded files are displayed in the '''Attached Files''' box beneath the {{Post}} with which they have been associated.
:'''NOTE''': You can not delete a file once it has been uploaded to a {{Post}}. Ensure you select the correct file before you upload it.
If you want to upload multiple files in one go, you can create a zip containing the files. If you change the '''Upload Type''' to '''Zip File''' when you upload the file, {{LabTrove Product}} will decompress the files and add each file individually to the {{Post}}. If you set the '''Upload Type''' to '''Single Item''', the zip file is not decompressed, and zip file itself is added to the {{Post}}.
To add a data file to your {{Post}}:
# Create and submit a new {{Post}} or select an existing {{Post}}.
# Click the '''Edit Post''' link beneath the {{Post}}.
# In the '''Attached Files''' section, click '''Upload data'''.
# (Optional) Enter a title for your data file. This is useful for others who might want to download your file.
# Click '''Choose File''' to browse your file system for the data file.
# Select the file that you want to upload and click '''Choose'''.
# (Optional) Select the file type from the '''Type''' drop-down list. Leave the Type selected as '''Auto Detect''' to let {{LabTrove Product}} determine the file type.
# (Optional) If you are uploading a zip file and you want the files in the zip file to be added individually, change the  '''Upload Type''' to '''Zip File''.
# (Optional) If you want to provide a link to the data file in the text of the {{Post}} ('''NOTE''': If you make changes in the {{Post}} you will lose them if you add  data file unless you '''Submit''' your changes first):
## Ensure your cursor is in the position within your {{Post}} where you want to add the link to data file.  
## Click the '''Add to text''' button next to the data file that you want to include in your {{Post}} text.
# When you are ready to save your changes to the post, enter a reason for your changes in the '''Reason For Edit''' field.
# Click '''Submit''' to save the changes.
===Linking to an existing data file from your post===
Once you have uploaded a file on to the {{LabTrove Instance}}, anyone using the same {{LabTrove Instance}} can link to it.  Each  uploaded file is assigned a unique numeric code, for example, 688. You can type the unique code in data markup to create a link to that data file within your {{Post}}. For example, to create a link to a file with the unique code 688, you would type the following into your {{Post}} at the appropriate location:
:<code lang="text"> [data]688[/data] </code>
When you submit your changes, the {{Post}} will contain a link to that file.
To find the unique code for a data file:
# Click on the data file to open the file in the browser.
# Record the value shown in the title bar for the new window.
# The unique code for the data file is the number part of the name of the html file. For example, if the title of the window is displayed as <code lang="text">http://yourblog/data/files/27654.html</code>, the unique code for the data file is 27654. You would therefore enter the following text in your {{Post}} to create a link to that data file:
:<code lang="text"> [data]27654[/data] </code>
===Changing the format of the data displayed in your {{Post}}===
You can change the way that the links to data files are displayed in your post. You can change the size of the image or icon that is displayed for the data files. You can also choose to display the name or title of the data file instead of an icon or image.
To change the size of the icon or image for the data file:
* Choose the width and height that you want for the icon or image in pixels.
* Edit the data markup to include the size attribute.
:For example, to change the size of the icon for the data item 688 to 80 pixels by 40 pixels you would enter the following text into your {{Post}}:
::<code lang="text"> [data=size:80x40]688[/data] </code>
* Enter a '''Reason for edit''' and '''Submit''' the changes to your {{Post}}.
The size of the icon or image for the data file will be changed in your {{Post}}.
Resize data items, to resize them you can use the following syntax.
also if you only what a text link to the data in a post then you can use
==What to do next==
* [[Editing an eNotebook entry and viewing revisions]]
* [[Linking to other eNotebook entries]]
* [[Linking to other eNotebook entries]]
* [[Linking to external resources]]
* [[Creating a sketch]]
* To find out how to use metadata effectively in your {{Blog}}, see [[Classifying the content of an eNotebook entry using metadata]]
* You can create template {{Posts}} to help you record consistent information for different experiments. For more information, see [[Recording repeated processes]].
{{End of topic}}

Latest revision as of 18:36, 5 October 2019

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