How do I add images to my journal entries?
To add an image to your journal entry, use an "img" tag where you want it to appear:
Within the code, "http://www.example.com/image.jpg" must be replaced by the actual URL of the image you want displayed in your journal entry and "title or description" can be changed to give the image you use a title or description of your choice.
You can also tell the browser how tall and wide the image is. In order to do this, use the code shown below, and replace "y" with the height of the image, in pixels, from top to bottom, and "x" with the width of the image in pixels from right to left:
When you add an image to your journal, you may also want to use the LiveJournal-specific tag to hide the image behind a link; this can reduce problems caused by badly formed HTML or large images. See http://www.journalfen.net/support/faqbr
Any image you wish to add must first be uploaded to a webspace provider that allows remote loading. Please see http://www.journalfen.net/support/faqbr
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