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Unread postby ~Z~ » Wed Feb 15, 2006 8:28 pm

I got a request from someone on a tutorial on how to link thumbnails here's a brief rundown.

Let's say you upload a photo to, and want to show on this message board a small thumbnail, but when you click the thumbnail, it shows you the page that picture is located on.. Here's how to do it.

For instance, if you wanted to make a thumbnail of this pic,

First, type in
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then copy the link such as:
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put a
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next, copy the thumbnail location for the need to right click on it's thumbnail, and copy the address of the image, like so:
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Lastly, end it with the
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It will end up looking like this:
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Final result is this:


If you want to link to the full size image instead of the page it's located on, you can replace the URL area with the link for the full size image, so it'll look like this:
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Final result is this:

See how the 1st one linked the page, and the 2nd one linked the image? Hope this helps people...this has been a public service annoucement, or something along those lines.
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Unread postby Scooterb » Wed Feb 15, 2006 8:37 pm

Good info Zack, I think it was BB that showed me how to do it and I have had request on how to do it from some other sites
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Unread postby sd70accsxt700 » Thu Feb 16, 2006 2:58 am

Holy good God, your trying to kill me arnt you?
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