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add enclosure metadata to the doc (see #1628)

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ralsina committed Apr 23, 2015
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@@ -538,6 +538,9 @@ to your configuration::
That template needs to either be part of the theme, or be placed in a ``templates/``
folder inside your site.
enclosure
Add an enclosure to this post when it's used in RSS. See `more information about enclosures <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS_enclosure>`__
.. note:: The Two-File Format
@@ -1251,11 +1254,9 @@ its settings, change the layout, etc.).
Images to be used in normal posts can be placed in the ``images`` folder. These
images will be processed and have thumbnails created just as for galleries, but will
then be copied directly to the corresponding path in the ``output/images`` directory, so you
then be copied directly to the corresponding path in the ``output`` directory, so you
can reference it from whatever page you like, most easily using the ``thumbnail``
reST extension. If you don't want thumbnails, just use the ``files`` folder instead.
You can also adjust the output path, eg. to put your images alongside posts
(helpful if using ``PRETTY_URLS``)
The ``conf.py`` options affecting images and gallery pages are these::
@@ -1271,7 +1272,7 @@ The ``conf.py`` options affecting images and gallery pages are these::
# destination folder. A thumbnail will also be created in the same folder with
# ``.thumbnail`` inserted in the file name before the file extension
# (e.g. ``tesla.thumbnail.jpg``).
IMAGE_FOLDERS = {'images': 'images'}
IMAGE_FOLDERS = {'images': ''}
# More image/gallery options:
THUMBNAIL_SIZE = 180
IMAGE_THUMBNAIL_SIZE = 400

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