I want to add a link to a site which uses HTML for the image. Can you put HTML into your hub page?
You can describe the photo and put a text link to the site.
You do that by describing the image in text and the select the keywords that you want to link to the site in the description. There is a little chain link logo in the tool bar that is then highlighted. You click on that and a little box opens that will allow you to post an outbound link.
You can see an example on my Mortgage_Calculator hub.
You can also select to keep your page open and open the link on a new page which is probably a good idea if you are telling a story.
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