I tried embedding HTML and Markdown-formatted images into Project
Description but they didn't get rendered.
Would embedding an image in the project README.md work for you?
The README is displayed automatically when you go to the project page.
e.g., <img src=http://your/image.gif></img>
Just put that at the top of your README.
You could also upload a 200K image as your project avatar (under Edit
Project) but I would not recommend it for a project timeline, the graphic
would be too small. The README is the way to go.
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On Oct 6, 2016 1:30 PM, <amanda.suny...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Is there a way to post an image in the front page of the project? We would
> like to post a picture of the project timeline without it being a link,
> Thank you,
> Amanda Sunyoto
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