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  • This is my problem..sfter days i couldn’t resolve it.

    I’m trying to insert an image in a post, but I’m being fool

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  • One of mine:
    <img src="" alt="Whoswho" />

    That is how to create an absolute link.

    When writing posts in WordPress, there are quicktags, little buttons, above the box in which you write your post. One of those is labeled “img”.

    At the place where you want to add your image, click the “img” button and a small window will pop up. First, add the link to the image, using either an absolute address or a relative address:



    If the “images” folder is in your root directory, then you can use that. If it is in a subdirectory, then use that, like this:


    Click OKAY and in the second window, write a description of the picture. This description helps people with vision problems understand what they are looking at and will display on your page if the image does not load for some reason.

    The image should then be there in your post editing window.

    To check, click SAVE AND CONTINUE EDITING and if the picture is already on your website in the image folder, then you should see the picture in your preview.

    Also see:

    ok..this is my path..


    Ia all right for you?

    For linking to a post on your hard drive. To link a post on your site, then you have to use the use information as I described for you.

    Are you using an installation of WordPress on your computer with Apache and all installed? Or are you making posts on a website with WordPress?

    So it would be (if you put it in the wp-content folder on your site – not computer):


    Thanks a lot Lorelle! Now the image display!


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