You will need Turbo Seek version 1.65e or higher to make use of this.
By default when no URL is supplied when adding a listing from the control panel it will be accepted and treated as a link without a URL. When viewing the listing, it will automatically not be linked because the scripts recognizes that it does not have a URL.
When adding a link without a URL from the control panel just leave the 'http://' text as is where you normally supply a URL.
If you accept new submissions where the addition of URLs is optional you will need to do the following: Go to the control panel >> settings & options >> general configuration. Go to the 'New Submission Settings' section. Look for an option that reads 'Check that a URL is present when submitting a new listing:' - Set this to 'No' so that users are able to supply no URL when doing a new submission.
At the time of this writing, modifying a link without a URL is not available at this time.
7.2.1 Adding images to link listings
To use images in link listings use the [img] tag. For example:
Images are supported in the description field or any other fields/keys that you create. See Adding your own fields/keys for more information on creating your own fields/keys.
7.2.2 Adding images that is hyperlinked
In the event where you would like images to be linked to the URL of the link listing use the [imglnk] tag. For example:
The image will be displayed in the link listing and will be linked with the URL of the link listing.
7.2.3 Allowing visitors to submit images with new submissions
To allow visitors to add an image with their new submission do the following:
Create an extra field/key - See Adding your own fields/keys for more information on creating your own fields/keys.
Open add_url.html - This is the add url page template plugin. You can also get the HTML code for add_url.html by going to the control panel >> template manager >> Add URL Page Template Plug-in's
Add a field (fill-in-box) with the name of the field/key you have created. This will be the box where a user supplies a URL to his/her image that they would like included with their link listing.
Now add a hidden form variable called 'imgtag' - The value of this variable should be the name of the field/key that you have created where visitors supplies urls to images that they would like included with their submissions. For example: Let's say that you have created a field/key called 'images'. The hidden form variable's HTML code will then look something like this:
<input type="hidden" name="imgtag" value="image">
If you want the image to be linked with the link listing's hyperlink use 'imgtaglnk' instead of 'imgtag' as explained above.