What I’m trying to do
I would like to be able to add an image to one side of my note. I would like to use it as a reference image to quickly see what the project is about. This would be really helpful, especially when the vault gets bigger.
Does anyone know if this is even possible?
Things I have tried
I have looked at the banner plugin, but it does not work for my use case.
No idea if it is working or not, but you could have a look at this:
tp.web - Templater (silentvoid13.github.io)
Does this templater command not only call random web images?? This would also not add it to the side of the note.
One would use a variable for title.
So it is possible, right?
I guess the way to go would be with a css snippet but i still don’t understand how tp.web would help with that. I was hoping someone already knew a plugin that did what i was looking for, or had a snippet i might be able to use
Yeah, this is a fishing forum. It’s like this.
fully supported in Markdown, so you can simply float an image to the right:
<img style="float:right" src="https://i.imgur.com/VVUPimib.jpg">
Thank you for your suggestion, but I’m looking for something local. It has to be a normal attachment. Even being able to change the size, move and attach it anywhere on the note might work for now.
You can float anything to the right - callouts, local images, whatever. I only used a web image as an example.
Here’s an easy way to add a reference image by putting it in a callout, then you can change the CSS to float it to the right rather than being centered:
This would be a snippet like this one :
--callout-color: 100, 100, 100;
The markdown :
> [!figure] ![[two_noises.png]]
> Two signal measurement one has a SNR of 10 the other of 100. The signal average is however the same.
Some normal text continue here
How it looks like :
I like the solution because it stays human readable, it do…
How about a macro that with a Templater script gets a picture from the Internet based on the title or tags, downloads the image with Local Images Plus and sets it on the right with CSS?
I might have a crack at this sometime myself.
Thanks, I’ll have a look at it