help with image coding please

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hi, i have an image i want people to embed on their sites Via HTML,

heres the images URL

http://logikomedy.synthasite.com/reso...

but i want it so people can copy and paste it and my image appears on their site.

thanks

al

http://logikomedy.synthasite.com
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the only way i belive is to put the html code for embedding the image a text document .

i will look into it further...
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Alex

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no i mean, if somone copys the images URL into a HTML widget its just a code, i want it so an image appears.
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and i want the image to link to my site when clicked.

heres my code so far.



remove 's

<!--<img src="http://logikomedy.synthasite.com/reso...>

thanks
al
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can i have some help please?
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Alex,

Can I just bring your attention to another piece of bookmarking stuff that you may not be aware of. There's quite a bundle of it around and the real advantage is that it has an exponential effect rather than a one for one effect. It doesn't involve you putting your sign on another's page but rather a readily identifiable marker that basically says your site is Kool and you should go and have a look.

I thought that youmay have an interest in this approach
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well every image is watermarked with "LogiKomedy" if thast what you mean.

al
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I was meaning a social bookmark.
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Hi Alex, try this:

<!--
<a href="http://logikomedy.synthasite.com/" target="_blank">
<img src="http://logikomedy.synthasite.com/reso...>
-->

Leave out the <!-- and the --> at the begining and the end.
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Or as Peter suggests, place a social bookmarking link on your site.
I prefer that idea......
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Snap, Peter ;-)
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:)
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thanks for all your help guys!

the result is great!!




al