Hi folks, I am a new kid on the block who is not blessed with the patience of a saint. I would appreciate your constructive comments on how I can make the presentation and delivery of my blogs more attention grabbing and useful to the reader. Please feel free to suggest anything whilst I am still in my forming mode of conscious incompetence.
Welcome to HubPages. You are off to a great start. I read the hub about Bruce Willis and it is well presented. You do need to make sure that you use graphics that you have permission to use. I am not saying you don't have permission, just telling you to make sure that you do. The image link should go to the page where you found it, and not just the graphic.
Thanks for that. So referencing thepicture url link is not sufficient?
Right, the photographer wants people to go to their site, and just going to the picture doesn't do that. You want to the link to go to the page where you found it.
There is a good Learning Center entry on images:
Personally, I like the big images, but you do have to use them judiciously. To make them smaller, just click on the right arrow on the capsule and it will move it over to the right and make it smaller.
Just as an off note here I would move the pics over so that they become part of each section. Having to scroll down for giant pictures seemed to take away from the writing for me. Welcome to HP!
Yes thanks I agree, not found out how to put them in the body of the text yet, but a valid point. Thanks
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