Right now, when I try and use this type of macro to put in Flickr images:
<div class="wp-caption alignnone" style="width: 500px;"><a title="#displayname#" href="#fileurl#"><img title="#displayname#" src="#fileurl#" width="500" /><p class="wp-caption-text">View #displayname# on Flickr.com</a></p></div>
The results are variable, sometimes some of the HTML is where it should be in the post, sometimes it's not, getting inserted into the next group of
<p> tags, for example. It's very hard to predict what will result, and it usually requires editing - I think there is a problem with what #fileurl# pulls with flickr.
This is the specific question, the more general question is will Flickr importing be cleaned up/made more clear? Sometimes I'd like the flickr image to link to the image file, sometimes to the URL of the photo on Flickr (these are my own personal photos),
Any thoughts, ideas on this? Others noticing these issues? It's extra work to clean up what MarsEdit, a very fine blog editor, puts in any post. Thanks!