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I wanted to add a "Programmer Bookshelf" section to my CV but neither

[![alt desc][1][2]]

  [1]: image url
  [2]: amazon link


 <a href="amazon link"><img alt="alt desc" src="image url"></a>

Work when saved, despite working in the live preview


I currently have the following in my Background section:

<a href=""><img alt="The Pragmatic Programmer" src=""></a>
<a href=""><img alt="Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code" src=",204,203,200,35,-76_SY240.jpg"></a>
<a href=""><img alt="The Design of Everyday Things" src=""></a>
<a href=""><img alt="JavaScript: The Good Parts" src=",204,203,200_SY185.jpg"></a>
<a href=""><img alt="Don’t Make Me Think!" src=""></a>

but on it's rendered as:

            <div class=""> 
                <div class="statement"><p><a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> 
<a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> 
<a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> 
<a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> 
<a href="" rel="nofollow"></a></p> 
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I think that fancy quote in the Don't is highly suspect -- and we require a very specific order of src="" then alt="" if you're going to use <a> links. – Jeff Atwood Feb 8 '10 at 23:51
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Works OK for me, confirmed on careers (although here is the same, because careers and SO have the same code paths). I think your syntax is slightly wrong, though.



<a href="">
<img src="" alt="TEH GOGLES!">

[![THE GOGLES!][1]][2]

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That is the syntax I tried, got it wrong when typing up the question. Do a view source on and look at the Background section, there's a load of links to books there missing images. See the update on the question for what I have in edit. – Sam Hasler Feb 8 '10 at 23:42

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