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I'm trying to have a thumbnail displayed and can get it working when using a specific picture path.

I have created a new column in the atribute table enter image description here

I would like to have this be the image source in the code, but I can't seem to get it to work when putting in the name of the expression instead of a full path to a picture. Is there a way to tell the code to take the value of the table I am missing?

When I hover over a point I get: enter image description here

With the following code: enter image description here

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The code you used in the HTML MAP Tip Builder is a bit wrong. Please use the following:

<div style ="width:400; height:400;"><p>test</p>
<div><img src=[% "Linkk" %] width=300 height=300 /></div>
</div>

The remaining div content is working fine: enter image description here

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  • I feel a bit starstruck here. Have been going through youtube.com/watch?v=JnQk0NRqCyM&t=246s a few times and ended up a bit confused. Thank you for the reply and your youtube video. – Maulingo Jan 3 '19 at 12:05
  • this video is using a very old version of QGIS. also check #1 of césar's answer! – Riccardo Jan 3 '19 at 12:22
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    Regards to @Riccardo (you didn't know but I'm kind of a groupy). He teach us all through that great digital-geography.com – César Arquero Jan 3 '19 at 13:32
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There are some issues in your workflow.

  1. Correct your filepath: /photos/ isn't the same as /Photos/
  2. In the popup info properties just use html (remove all in "Vis udtryk").
  3. If that wasn't enough use this html code:

<b>Source: [% photo %]</b> <br>Image: <br> <img src="[% linkk %]" width=300 height=200 />

enter image description here

enter image description here

It works in QGIS 3 as well (remember to click in the popup icon):

enter image description here

enter image description here

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  • I see you have an option for "HTML" which I do not have, I'm using version 3.2 – Maulingo Jan 3 '19 at 12:03
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    It worked in QGIS 3.2 as well. I have edited the post with images using the same code. The key is to correct that misspelled filepath. – César Arquero Jan 3 '19 at 12:35

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