Image Timestamps

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How would I include the timestamp in the name of the image?

A hotlink includes this: fenugreek.jpg%3F%250A%250Atimestamp%3D1257752622829

I wish to make a note as a jpg image and replace the above with the note . The timestamp syntax is preventing it being displayed. The Google analytics however is showing it as a crawl error
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Posted 8 years ago

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Hi Peter,

I'm not too sure how your question should be addressed so I'm going to have to ask for more advice. I hope I have an answer for you soon.
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Thanks Marije.
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Hi Peter,

I've been speaking with one of our engineers and we need more details from you. We're not quite sure what you mean by "I wish to make a note as a jpg image and replace the above with the note . The timestamp syntax is preventing it being displayed."

Are you trying to add a timestamp to the URL or are the existing timestamps causing problems? Do you have an example on your site that we can check out?