Inserting Images

Inserting Images

In today’s world, more and more people out there are taking up blogging as a hobby. Anyone can create a blog on any topic that interests them such as cooking recipes, photography, gardening, or whatever your heart desires. To figure out how to make your blog something that people will actually want to read (so you can profit from it), keep reading this article.

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Learning some basic HTML can go a long way towards making your blog easier for you to run. You won’t have to be a web design whiz especially since many blog hosts will help you create your website’s layout, but knowing some HTML can help you get out of tough binds. You should at the very least understand the HTML codes that have to do with bolding text, inserting images, and posting hyperlinks. Sometimes the tools that come with the blogging host don’t work as well as you want them to so knowing some code can save you a big headache.

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People don’t like reading the same things over and over again. For this reason you should make your content different and interesting. For example, if you’re running a music blog, a website full of “top ten songs” lists would get pretty tiring for visitors pretty quickly. Instead you should write those lists in addition to writing reviews, writing about news, and giving your opinions on certain artists. This variety will increase the chances that people will find something about your blog interesting and it will entice them to come back time and time again.

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Don’t be afraid to hear from the visitors of your website. Make it so they can leave you comments on your blog or contact you in some other form. Knowing what your readers want from your blog can go a long way to help you out. You can then adjust your content to give your readers more of what they want so that they will keep coming back. Allowing them to give their opinions on certain issues will also make the readers feel like a bigger part of the community and they will start to develop loyalty to your blog.

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Don’t overcomplicate things when it comes to choosing a URL. Make the URL something that is easy to remember, catchy, and short. There are millions of websites out there but with some creativity you can still think of something short and original. This makes it more likely for people to actually remember the name of your blog.

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Social media is a great way to get your blog’s name out there. Create accounts on the popular social media networks and start posting updates. Comment on articles or links in your niche and people will start to take notice.

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Blogging is a fun way to get your opinions out there and you can also make some money while doing it. Start up your blog today and apply the advice you just learned to make your blog as successful as you possibly can.

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    • Magneto
    • December 26, 2013
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    How To Display Thumbnail Image For My Article Link On Linkedin/Facebook? I have a website and I post articles there often. I use CMS but everytime I share my article link on Linkedin or Facebook the thumbnail image never shows even if I always insert images in my article, instead it’s an empty box in thumbnail area which is really ugly. Can anyone tell me how to make the thumbnail show?? Thanks loads!!!

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    • Vishram
    • January 4, 2014
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    How To Insert Images In Yahoo Mail ? In gmail, there is a provision to insert images, which open instantly (different from attachments) In a similar way, is there any other system / setting which can enable us to insert images in yahoo mail ? I have to send some self made greetings (pictures with added text or gif effect) to friends who know me through yahoo id

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      INSERT
      Yahoo dose not offer the Insert option. Only email service that I know of that dose is Outlook Express.
      If you do not have Outlook Express enabled call your internet provider they can either set it up for you or walk you through the setup.
      Here is another way to do it. http://www.ehow.com/how_4721694_insert-image-yahoo-email.html , http://imageshack.us/
      http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/answers/vote/vote-702891.html

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    • Sirk L
    • January 11, 2014
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    Is There A Way To Insert An Image In A Javascript Alert Popup? I know you can make a javascript popup of an image in a new window. But is there a way to get one in an Alert popup? like
    or anything else like that?

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      No. However, javascript libraries such as jQuery have functionality that simulates this.

      Here’s on jQuery plugin that does this:
      http://abeautifulsite.net/notebook/87
      http://abeautifulsite.net/notebook_files/87/demo/

      Here’s one that uses Scriptaculous and Prototype:
      https://getinvolved-donate.fao.org/pub_libs21/scriptaculous/window/documentation/samples.html

      Here’s one that uses MooTools:
      http://www.bertramakers.com/moolabs/facebox.php

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    • Ravi L
    • February 2, 2014
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    How Can I Insert Images In My “MYSQL” Database?

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      Images can be inserted in BLOB format

      Create a BLOB field.

      convert your binary to base64string

      Use MySQL’s COMPRESS function: INSERT …. VALUES (COMPRESS(string) , …)

      To retreive it: CAST(UNCOMPRESS(string) AS CHAR)

      Decode it to display

      To display: Imagebox1.Image = Image.FromStream(decoded64String)

      This will work definately!

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    • Evan Partin
    • February 19, 2014
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    Inserting Background Images With Html? Whenever i insert any pictures to the web page all i get is a box the size of the picture and a red x inside of it. I also need to make it a background that covers the entir web page. When i look this up all i get is how to do this in css.

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      • Admin
      • February 19, 2014
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      —————————————————–
      Background Image Code:

      For the body tag example:

      body {
      width: XXpx;
      height: YYpx;
      margin: 0 auto;
      background: #fff url(image_name.jpg) no-repeat center scroll;
      }

      That is the proper CSS code for a non-tiled image where the contents scroll with the background image. Change “#fff” to preferred bg color. Change “scroll” to “fixed” if you want page contents to scroll over bg image. Be sure to set proper width/height to provide minimum page size to display bg image. Put the CSS on an external CSS file. If using embedded CSS, then place CSS between the style tags and place those style tags between the head tags of the page.

      For a tiled image, change to:

      body {
      width: XXpx;
      height: YYpx;
      margin: 0 auto;
      background: #fff url(image_name.jpg) repeat top left scroll;
      }

      Put that CSS on an external CSS file if you have more than one page. Put the CSS between the style tags and place them between the head tags if using it on one page. Style another tag other than the body tag if you are using a div wrap container. Should you want the contents of page to scroll over the background image, change “scroll” to “fixed”.

      Inline CSS example:
      Inline CSS example:

      Ron

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    • MagicPaws
    • March 1, 2014
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    How Do You Insert Images And Animations Into Yahoo! Mail? Hi, could you tell me how to insert images and animations, either from hard disk files or PaintShopPro into Yahoo! emails?
    Thanks! XXX ?
    No … sorry … I don’t mean attachments … I mean into the email itself … Thanks! ?

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      If u asking about “how to insert images in yahoo to sent ,,,,then the procedure is like this:……”””plz go to ur yahoo mail and then hit on compose tab when the page will open then enter the e.mail of desired person then click on “attach “tab after it will show u browsing tabs click any tab of them and it will open in ur computer directory click where ever are ur images or animation and then open..it will take some time according to size .after this click on “send ” ur message with attach file will be sent by yahoo..

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    • Vishram
    • March 14, 2014
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    How To Insert Images In Yahoo Mail ? In gmail, there is a provision to insert images, which open instantly (different from attachments) In a similar way, is there any other system / setting which can enable us to insert images in yahoo mail ? I have to send some self made greetings (pictures with added text or gif effect) to friends who know me through yahoo id

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      INSERT
      Yahoo dose not offer the Insert option. Only email service that I know of that dose is Outlook Express.
      If you do not have Outlook Express enabled call your internet provider they can either set it up for you or walk you through the setup.
      Here is another way to do it. http://www.ehow.com/how_4721694_insert-image-yahoo-email.html , http://imageshack.us/
      http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/answers/vote/vote-702891.html

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    • TooterCat
    • March 17, 2014
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    Inserting An Image From Photobucket Into Yahoo Mail? NONE of the answers I’ve read on here to date work. You can’t copy and paste, drag and drop, or insert any of the html codes as given on Photobucket and have it appear as an image not a link – been there tried it per previous answers I’ve seen here . I KNOW it must be able to be done..I get emails all the time with images in the body of the email. This is very frustrating! Thanks

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      I don’t believe Yahoo allows the inserting of HTML tags into Yahoo mail. Other mail clients do, but not Yahoo.

      You may have received emails from other people who use Outlook or some other email client that allows inserting of HTML tags.

      You can still just paste a link from Photobucket, and have your reader click to view that image.

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    • _Shahzaib
    • March 25, 2014
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    Insert An Image? How i insert an image in my gmail’s signatures plz any one who hav ethe knowledge please tell me geo.skins@gmail.com

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      Hey Buddy..

      Open MS WORD
      insert the PICTUTE using the INSERT TOOL.

      COPY it.
      Paste it in to Gmail Text window where ever required.

      BINGO it should have worked.

      Keep asking Yahoo and Vote me the BEST

      Cheers!

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    • Ricar d
    • April 10, 2014
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    How To Insert Image Into Database Using Jsp?

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      You can only insert any data that is available on the server, so you need to upload the image first…

      Once image is uploaded to the server the best way is to store the image path, NOT the image itself.
      Storing images on DB means that every time you need to display the page you will need to query the DB, read the image and recreate it. It is NOT resource effective.

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    • Amyleaw
    • April 18, 2014
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    Inserting A Back Ground Image In Html? Im trying to insert a background image that I can write text over when creating a web page using html does anyone know the code for this. the file location is Ocean.jpg

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      Insert this inside the head section of your html file:

      If you’re going to put this web page online, you need to upload the image to the same location as well. Or, you could use an online image hosting service like photobucket or imageshack, and replace Ocean.jpg with the url where your photo is, like this example:

      background: url(insert your full url here.jpg);

      Very basic CSS guide to change the appearance of your website more easily: http://www.htmlhelp.com/reference/css/

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    • Ravi L
    • April 24, 2014
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    How Can I Insert Images In My “MYSQL” Database?

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    1. Reply

      Images can be inserted in BLOB format

      Create a BLOB field.

      convert your binary to base64string

      Use MySQL’s COMPRESS function: INSERT …. VALUES (COMPRESS(string) , …)

      To retreive it: CAST(UNCOMPRESS(string) AS CHAR)

      Decode it to display

      To display: Imagebox1.Image = Image.FromStream(decoded64String)

      This will work definately!

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    • Grymz
    • April 24, 2014
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    I Need Help With Inserting Images Into Dreamweaver?? I am trying to insert images from Adobe software such as Illustrator, PhotoShop, and PhotoDeluxe into my Dreamweaver site, any tips on how to do this?

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      In Photoshop or Illustrator, go to File menu and click on Save for Web and save your images in the PNG-24 format.
      Unlike JPEG, PNG utilizes lossless compression, meaning no image data is lost when saving or viewing the image. It is a universal format that is supported by all modern web browsers. Another nice feature of PNG images is the ability to adjust gamma based on monitor settings.
      To insert your images in Dreamweaver use Insert menu > Image.

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    • Laura
    • May 21, 2014
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    How Do You Insert An Image With XML? I’m taking an intro to XML class for my masters in library science. Our entire class is so lost, but it’s an online course, so getting answers is a task in itself. We’ve been sent to sites like http://www.w3schools.com/xml/default.asp, but I can’t find any code (is that the right term?) to add an image.

    I know basic HTML, so I know the code, but we’re told it doesn’t work like that in XML. We had to use this CSS file with the XML, so I thought we just had to make a line like

    image image {image-align: left}

    And then reference the filename in the XML between tags

    Help!!

    PS: If someone can explain how XML is easier than HTML, please do.
    That answer does not make sense to me. I’m sorry, I’m a simple librarian who has never used XML or CSS or all those acronyms.

    I typed in the following in an XML file


    And then we made a CSS where I typed in
    image {image-align: left}

    I feel like this is along the right lines. I read that XML still uses HTML, so don’t I just need to add something in about WHAT I’m doing with the image, in this case, aligning it on the left?

    I just get an error in my browser

    “The XML page cannot be displayed
    Cannot view XML input using CSS style sheet. Please correct the error and then click the Refresh button, or try again later. ”

    That’s funny, the w3schools site is the resource our professor gave me.

    So I guess I understand what to do in XML
    letterimage.jpg

    But it only shows the filename as text on the front-end. The example in that link doesn’t look like CSS (then again, I don’t know CSS). What else do I have to type in?
    image {image-align: left}

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      You don’t. XML was not built for the purpose of inserting images, only text.

      Even if you were talking about inserting the path to an image, the image still won’t be displayed unless the application reading the XML understands what you were doing.

      You have it backwards, though. XML doesn’t use HTML, but HTML can use XML. In many ways, they both can look like each other, and if properly written, they can be identical.

      The difference is that a browser interprets HTML so that somethings, like “” tags, will get converted into an image. That doesn’t happen with the same thing is written in an XML file. In fact, try writing this in notepad:





      Then save as two separate files: one called “1.html” and the other called “1.xml”.

      Double click both; they will both be loaded in IE or your browser of choice.

      But the HTML file will show the image, the XML file will not – in fact, it will show pretty much what you typed in.

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    • Mickl84
    • June 1, 2014
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    Inserting Images.? I would like to insert an image on a thread in a forum that I use regular.

    How do I do it?

    I have the image on my pictur.

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      You need to upload your picture to some webspace, preferably webspace that you own; some picture storage sites will let you link to them, some won’t (because every time that the link is used, you’re using their bandwidth). When you’ve done this, copy the url of your picture, and type the following in, inserting the url between the quotation marks

      So that would be, for example,

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