I have checked for more info on this than is provided in the basic instructions. I have also looked at the code behind other posted images. Can you please tell me where the image needs to reside to be universally available (view-able)? Can it reside on my computer, or does it need to be already online somewhere - for example, can I plop in an image from Google, say, or something I find online with CoolIris? I understand how to use the code, just not sure where that image needs to be. Thanks
It should be online somewhere. For hubpages purposes I keep an unpublished hub with pic capsule where I upload images to. Then you just need to right click on the image and choose "Properties" to see its URL.
If you are on firefox browser, you can copy the image url simply by right clicking and selecting the "copy image location" option.
Hey, thanks, Misha - I have a dump file on my desktop, but that sounds even better. Thanks so much for the info.
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