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  • Hi,

    You can do it from text widget by adding simple code of the image. For more details you can refer:

    Image in sidebar

    I see curled “s, are you pasting from Word?

    Hi

    Shane G – that didn’t work all it showed up was the url in the sidebar 🙁

    Gangleri – yes I am pasting from Word, does that matter? If yes where should I paste from?

    Shane G – ignore me, I missed something off it does work but do you know how to make the image link to a page?

    Sorted! For anyone else with the same problem use:

    <a href="linkurl"><img src="imageurl" />

    Thanks for your help Shane G.

    I’ve been trying to figure out the same problem. But as a total noob, I don’t even know what “imageurl” should actually say. Is it “http://www.mydomain.com//public_html/blog/wp-content/themes/atahualpa/images/imagename.gif” ??

    (If so, it’s not working…)

    Thanks!
    Alex

    Showgirl: don’t forget to add the closing link tag </a>

    <a href="linkurl"><img src="imageurl" /></a>

    Ryan S

    (@ryan_accuwebhosting)

    @boldizar

    Yes, it is correct. The images URL should be the actual link of the image. You can use it like this:

    < a href=”linkURL”><img src=”ImageURL”>

    Please make sure to use all tags carefully.

    And delete the space between < and a

    Showgirl,

    Did you get it figured out? I get the same results as you. If you did figure it out, I would really appreciate the code. Thanks.

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