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Brief guide to uploading linked pictures/images in comments! (W/ Visual Aid)

edited May 2017 in Tutorials
Brief Guide to HTML in comments:

If you would like to post an image without a link you can do just the following! Otherwise, continue reading.
<img src="Card Image" width="35%"></img>

If you don't know how to find your card image, continue down this page! (Until you see this color!)

The following is for users who want their image as a clickable link!
<a href="Card Page"><img src="Card Image" width="35%"></img></a>

To do side by side the following can be done... (Repetition - Use different cards for each.)
<a href="Card Page"><img src="Card Image" width="35%"></img></a><a href="Card Page"><img src="Card Image" width="30%"></img></a>

To do multiple rows just start writing a new line... (Separate Lines - Use different cards for each.)
<a href="Card Page"><img src="Card Image" width="35%"></img></a>
<a href="Card Page"><img src="Card Image" width="35%"></img></a>

Card Page example:
http://mtgcardsmith.com/view/remus-angel-of-penance
Card Page example 2:
http://mtgcardsmith.com/view/ascending-angel
Card Image example:
http://mtgcardsmith.com/view/complete/full/2017/2/1/1487381520134947.png
Card Image example 2:
http://mtgcardsmith.com/view/complete/full/2017/2/5/1487381777743379.png

(How to find your card image just below!)
By right clicking on your browser's address bar you can select "copy" to get your card page's address.

By right clicking on your card image you can select "copy link address" to get your image's address.

Here is an example of how to get the address for the card page your using! (Click the link!)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/3bbgyr8zb560gr6/Tutorial A 1.png?dl=0"

Here is an example of how to get the address for the card's picture/image your using! (Click the link!)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/hn0gecjqviaeupn/Tutorial A 2.png?dl=0

The result of the first example is this...
image

The result of the second example looks similar to this...
imageimage

The result of the method for separate rows...
image
image

If you would like additional help you may leave a comment here or directly to I as a user. Hope this is helpful! :)

I would be tremendously grateful if all contest and/or challenge holders make a link to this post in those they hold for the convenience of new CardSmiths! :)

If you have feedback to improve this tutorial, please message @modnation675 as a user!
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