I need to ask about how ME uses the templates for image links. I wanted a custom flickr link, that is I wanted to style the content a bit using CSS so I made a template that looks like this (with added spaces so it displays here)
< div class="flickrimage">< img src="#fileurl#" height="#imgheight#" width="#imgwidth#" alt="#displayname#">< p> #displayname#< /p>
What I get is
< div class="flickrimage">< a href="xxxxxx" title="yyyyyy">< img alt="zzzzzz" width="500" src="aaaaaa" height="334" / >< /a>< p> gggggg< /p>< /div>
The interesting part for me is the "/ >" ending of img tag. Why is that inserted? As far as I understand, http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/struct/objects.html#h-13.2
, there shouldn't be a '/' before the closing '>' here.