I want to start off by apologizing before I even start because I'm not even sure what I'm asking for.
So I ask for you to please be patient with me and I will do my best to communicate what the problem is.
Now, what I want to do --
I have a little image hosting site I set up with a script called Chevereto. All-in-all a pretty decent platform.
When you upload an image you have some meta boxes you can fill out. One of which is a text-box you can add a description of the uploaded image. What I would like is to be able to add hyperlinks in the descriptions. This feature has apparently been disabled by the author.
But..... supposedly it is possible to achieve what I'm asking for with the magic tool called Linkify. There is even a link with it in operation here.
And yes - I have asked at the Chevereto support forums on how to do it. Let's just say the author has been less than helpful to say the least.
So can someone help me here? Here is some of little bit of info I could get.
Here is an answer I found in a similar question posted:
I've disabled that on descriptions to avoid robots posting stuff. That said, the only way you enable those is copying the code that you will find in user.php
And here are the direct answers to what I asked
Again, by default the system don't link stuff. You can use the function at views/user.php to display links. Which function? G\linkify($var)
and when I asked for a little more specific answer:
Linkify the description using that link.
So as technically challenged as I am could someone please tell me what the heck he is saying?