Remyth wrote:Well, you see, I don't know squat about the coding they use. If you would teach me how to do this, I would be more than willing to to it.
Sure thing. Are you working directly with the HTML code, or are you using some sort of editor where "what you see is what you get" (called WYSIWYG, pronounced "whizzywhig")?
Assuming you can get to the HTML code, the address in the HREF (link) tag should look like this (notice how it ends in a slash):
If you want the picture to open in a new window, you can add a TARGET attribute to your HREF tag (an attribute is something that adds additional information within an HTML tag). I'll show you how to do that in a second.
The address for the IMG (image) tag would look like this (notice how it ends with the actual file name, which includes the .jpg file name extension):
http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1155/147 ... 4317_m.jpg
So, to link to my page that has my picture of Pugsly building my MOCs for NWBrickCon (and have it open in a new window), your HTML code would look like this:
<a href="http://flickr.com/photos/dunechaser/1475358098/" target="_new"><img src="http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1155/1475358098_6855894317_m.jpg"></a>
Here's how that will look in your blog post:
If you can't get to the actual HTML code, then Blogger might give you separate options for the image file and the page that the file is on, or you might need to add the link (HREF) and image (IMG) separately, and "wrap" the link around the image.
Hope that helps!