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Thanks for the reply. I’m not sure how to demonstrate that. The only way to really see it is in the page source. If you view this page and view the source, you will see an image named lemons-avacados-01-80×80.jpg. In that image tag is a class called “colorbox-001”. This was automatically inserted when I inserted that image into the WYSIWYG editor for that page.
By contrast, view this page and view source, you’ll see an image named meadow-lakes-01.jpg but there is no class for colorbox even though it was inserted through the WYSIWYG custom field. Does that help?
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