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Using Images And Links In Your Posts

Using images and links in your blog is one of the easiest, yet sometimes least obvious, way to make your blog user friendly. The basic process is easy - each component is so simple to setup. Combining the various components, though, takes a bit of thinking. Maybe this article will make you think a bit.



Each of the examples presented build on examples above it, so read the whole article if you have time available. Also, you may want to read the additional advice provided. And note the difference between how you create a hyperlink in the Blogger post editor, as opposed to many forum, and other web site, editors.

And for additional advice about using pictures in your posts, see Arranging Pictures In Your Posts, and Arranging Pictures In Your Posts, Side By Side.

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