The problem with that is that it would block _all_ images, not just
Here's what I propose:
For all images that might offend people, wrap them in <div
hack that if the user selects it, it hides those images. If that
works, it could go into the user preferences.
On Feb 7, 2008, at 1:54 PM, Noah Salzman wrote:
On Feb 5, 2008, at 9:55 PM, Todd Allen wrote:
Maybe we need a larger, more prominent
"WIKIPEDIA MAY COVER SUBJECTS OR CONTAIN MATERIAL WHICH OFFENDS YOU.
IF THIS IS THE CASE, PLEASE GO READ SOMETHING ELSE. IT'S NOT GETTING
CHANGED TO SUIT YOU."
In the proud tradition of dead horse kicking I am pleased to note that
the "Image-Show-Hide" Firefox add-on works well:
It allows you to add a button to the Firefox tool bar that toggles
images on and off.
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