Does the?t link rule apply to photos?
I have been asked by fellow Squids about text links and do they apply to photos if url is put in the text rather than capsule. For example: If one uses 4 photos from morgue file and enters the url etc in the text does that violate the 2 links to one domain rule? I have told them to use photo capsules instead.
The photo capsule is designed to give the source of the photo along with the url. I'm not sure why someone would want to include the url in the text. It would most likely violate the 2 links domain rule, unless they are links to well known news sources, including wikipedia.
You cannot use a photo URL in a text capsule, it only shows the URL, not the photo. To show photos there is a special 'photo capsule' which is the only capsule to be used for photos.
Here are a couple of links to sources about photos:
http://theexaminer-1.hubpages.com/hub/e … d_24875337
Squidoo writers are asking about using HTML for Amazon product photos as text links which would bring up a photo in there lens there. IMO I think it is best to simply use Amazon capsule.
I would also suggest that. Just make sure that the links do not make the Hubs too promotional or else they will not be published. If this happens, go to edit & click on the 'Do not use' box in the Amazon capsules. If it is published you know prob
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