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God i am so utterly clueless when it comes to this!

Any ideas on the simplest way to make a photo a link (so that when one clicks on the photo it takes them to the page i want) and then add this photo to my chaturbate profile?

hope that makes sense!
 

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God i am so utterly clueless when it comes to this!

Any ideas on the simplest way to make a photo a link (so that when one clicks on the photo it takes them to the page i want) and then add this photo to my chaturbate profile?

hope that makes sense!

the html for making an image into a weblink would be:
Code:
<a href="the address you want to link to"><img src="the address of the image"/></a>
You will need to already have the image hosted somewhere, but the above html should work for what you are trying to do.
 
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It's also always good practice to add an "alt title/description" to your image coding too.
This helps yourself and others if the image fails to load for any reason, you can immediately and quickly identify it on the page, and also it helps screen reading tools for those who need it that are visually impaired. It will allow the tool to read out the text for them so they know what it is.

Personally, just a preference - but you can do it how you prefer - I always add "alt" to the end of the coding:

Code:
<a href="the address you want to link to"><img src="the address of the image" alt="Title or Description of image" /></a>
 
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