Sunday, June 03, 2007

I have previously testing putting a clickable image to the post title, a report and the instruction of how to do it you can find at Testing putting a clickable image in post title.

I have repeated it here in this post. Click on the image to take you to the Blogger online book (in progress). I have tried to make clicking the title image open in new window and/or adding some text after the image, but apparently New Blogger limit the character length of what you can put in the post title.

BTW, I generated the button you see in the post title with a free button generator and the condition for using their services is that you have to post a clickable icon that leads to their site. Click on it if you want to generate your own buttons.

ButtonGenerator.com

7 comments:

  1. Thank you for your tips & tricks! Is there a way to place a link on the photo placed in a post?

    peace,
    Villager

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  2. Dear peter
    have you any tips on how i can remove html thta i've published on my site.Again i was using the add a page element and trying to add a widget for aquilt for last.fm. It simply has published the html. is there anything you can suggest.PS I loved your birthday party photos!!
    Angeline
    www.angeldustireland.blogspot.com

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  3. Hi Villager,

    Refer to the last part of this post: How to put a clickable picture in the sidebar. Instead of putting the <a href="...><img ...></a> in the HTML/Javascript of the sidebar, put them in the post editor window.

    Peter (Blog*Star 2006 and 2007)
    Blogger for Dummies

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  4. Come to think of it, the HTML I used for putting the clickable button in this post (and in the test report which link I gave in the post) will also show you how to do it.

    Peter (Blog*Star 2006 and 2007)
    Generating Revenue from your Website

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  5. Hi Villager,

    Come to think of it, the HTML is the same as the one I used to put the clickable button in the post. Refer to the link. Only thing to remember, your photo must be hosted on a web. I think that was mentioned in the link to the test report I put in this post or if you want a short photo URL, use Photobucket.

    Peter (Blog*Star 2006 and 2007)
    Blogger for Dummies

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  6. Hi Angeline,

    I don't see a link to your blog plus I don't know anything about last.fm so I don't know how much help I can be of.

    Peter (Blog*Star 2006 and 2007)
    Dummies Guide to Google Blogger
    "online book" in progress

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  7. thx for the nice tip peter

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