I've attached a screenshot to show what I'm getting. Let's assume that I wanted to change the popup/lightbox to say, "Plug the x-value into the original formula". How would I do this? OR is it possible?

I've attached a screenshot to show what I'm getting. Let's assume that I wanted to change the popup/lightbox to say, "Plug the x-value into the original formula". How would I do this? OR is it possible?

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Maybe I should have played more before I asked. I changed the HTML code and tried. Here's what I changed the code to (in a different formula): <td style="width: 100%;"><img class="equation_image" style="display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;" title="Vertex form" src="https://myccsd.instructure.com/equation_images/f%255Cleft(x%255Cright)%253Da%255Cleft(x-h%255Cright)%255E2%252Bk" alt="LaTeX: f\left(x\right)=a\left(x-h\right)^2+k" width="541" height="85" data-equation-content="f\left(x\right)=a\left(x-h\right)^2+k" data-mathml="<math xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML">

Thanks if you read this. Now, how can I delete a question once I write one on here?

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Hi Jennifer

If you log into the Community and open your question from within Q&A, you have the option of deleting it. Learn more at How do I ask a question in the Canvas Community?

However,

**we hope you won't delete it**, because the answer you discovered yourself and so generously posted here, can be very helpful to other Community members.Kelley

Hi Jennifer

If you log into the Community and open your question from within Q&A, you have the option of deleting it. Learn more at How do I ask a question in the Canvas Community?

However,

we hope you won't delete it, because the answer you discovered yourself and so generously posted here, can be very helpful to other Community members.Kelley