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You can get to display an image if the HTML is embedded in the Pod on a single line like this:

=pod ... some Pod here =begin html <p><center><img src=" +ges/examples/rich_strings.jpg" width="640" height="420" alt="Output f +rom" /></center></p> =end html ... more Pod here. =cut

You can see the result here. Metacpan also supports this.

The image above links off-site to a GitHub repository but you could probably link back to by working out the final destination of the images when expanded on the site. You can also use this method for local documentation and images.


In reply to Re: pod and images by jmcnamara
in thread pod and images by otto

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