I want to include an image in my hub but the image provider needs attribution. Now, if I upload the image where would I put the link which will navigate to the original source of the image.
Thanks in advance
If you open the image capsule in editing mode, there is a box for entering the attribution link as well as any text you may want. That would then be placed immediately beneath the image.
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