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Adding A Link To A Flick’R Photo

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Very basic into to adding a link to a Flick'r

Very basic into to adding a link to a Flick'r

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  • 1. Adding a link to a Flick’r photo
    Log into your account and choose the photo to which you’d like to attach a link.
  • 2. Click on the ADD NOTE button at the top right hand corner of your photo
  • 3. Position the outlined square where you wish the ‘hot spot’ for the link to be.
  • 4. Type in the code and label for your link, and then click save.
  • 5. You now have a link in the note on your photo.
  • 6. BASIC HTML TAGS
    Basic Link
    <a href=”url”>link title</a> (where ‘url’ is the page you want to link to and ‘link title’ is the word/s that you want the link to say.
    For example
    <a href="http://www.ecu.edu.au/library">This is a link to the library site</a>
    Email Link
    <a href=”mailto:EMAIL”>email title</a> (where ‘EMAIL’ is the email address you want to be a link).
    For example
    <a href=mailto:someone@ecu.edu.au> Email someone</a>

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