[development] including an image in the module directory

Cameron Eagans cweagans at gmail.com
Thu Sep 17 11:00:44 UTC 2009

Here's how I would word it:

Enter the ID or Class of the element that you want ImageGrabber to search
within for an image. If a class is entered, the first tag with the specified
class will be selected. Note that both ID and Class are case sensitive.

The extra stuff about the ID and such is unneeded because anybody with an
ounce of HTML knowledge ought to know that an ID is unique. This particular
set of settings seems like it should be targeted at people that have a
moderate amount of HTML knowledge (read: developers), rather than end-users.
Just my $0.02
Cameron Eagans
Owner, Black Storms Studios, LLC

On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 4:52 AM, nitin gupta <nitingupta.iitg at gmail.com>wrote:

> I am sorry for that the last link I posted isn't working. Please look here:
> http://publicmind.in/test/feedapi-imagegrabber-new-interface.jpg
> I will be thankful for any suggestions for changes in it. As I am releasing
> the next version soon, any
> changes will be highly appreciated.
>    Regards,
> Nitin Kumar Gupta
> http://publicmind.in/blog
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