You can use F12 > Source > CSS
CSS19 followers80 questions23 posts
Do you have questions about CSS?
Log in to ask questions about CSS publicly or anonymously.
@Ajay1 Here you go:
<a href="https://events.cmxhub.com/e/m88asq/7" target="_blank"> <img src="https://blog.tribe.so/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/eli-trier-event-cmx-toronto.png3" style="height: 100%; width: 100%; object-fit: contain" alt="CMX Toronto Event with Eli Trier"/> </a>
I think it's too simple ........you can use this basic code in the sidebar section:
<img src="https://blog.tribe.so/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/eli-trier-event-cmx-toronto.png24" height="200" width="200">
You can adjust height and width according to your needs.
And if you want to attach a link to it......you can use the below code:
<a href="https://example.com"><img4 src="https://blog.tribe.so/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/eli-trier-event-cmx-toronto.png24" height="200" width="200"></a>
Thanks for reaching out.
You have inserted a customized CSS code that is causing the issue. You need to review your CSS codes again and remove the one which is causing the issue.
Tribe team does not support reviewing custom codes inserted into the communities by customers.
You can learn more about our services here: https://tribe.so/pricing1
However, you can keep your question in the community. iN case other users have done that before, they might be able to assist you. But, as no one has access to your admin panel and your customer codes, in this case, you need to review your CSS codes on your side.