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Adding a link to an image?


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Hi, I want a image I am editing to link to a myspace page. Is this possible?

I am using photoshop cs and Imageready cs
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You have to use HTML to link an image to a website. You can't do it in Photoshop or ImageReady.
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You have to use HTML to link an image to a website. You can't do it in Photoshop or ImageReady.
oh, well how do you do that?
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oh, well how do you do that?
Well you need to upload your image to some webspace and then be able to create a web page or edit an existing one using the code below. Being completely anti MySpace, Facebook etc etc I don't know exactly how they work but assuming they allow you to actually insert your own HTML the only thing you might have to worry about is absolute and relative paths.

A relative path is a path that points to a file in a folder on your own website where you have access to all the different folders and might look something like this /images/myimage.jpg

An absolute path is typically used when you are using an image that isn't hosted on the same server running your webpage or you don't have access to all the different folders and would look something like this http://www.mywebsite.tld/images/myimage.jpg

So basically ammend the code below to suit your needs

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<a href="path to or URL of your MySpace page"><img src="path to the image you are using on a web server including the file name"</a>
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hi friend

yes you can edit a link on myspace page because l learn same issue in one web site web design here is the no. of articles for this issue. you cab solve your problem.

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If you're talking about for forums like this, then:

What you do is basically combine the img code and hotlink codes for forums.
So you take the link code (url=, /url), and in the place between the brackets where you put your preview, you put the img code ([img][/img])

Here, lemme try to give you an example:

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<a href="path to or URL of your MySpace page"><img src="path to the image you are using on a web server including the file name"</a>
Don't forget to close the img src tag.




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<a href="path to or URL of your MySpace page"><img src="path to the image you are using on a web server including the file name"></a>
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