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Old Oct 28, 2009, 04:44 PM
ireneeng
 
18 posts · Oct 2009
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Is there a way image/picture uploaded into a post would come with <a href= ..> - like this? I wanted to show small or med size pic in the post but give the option to enlarge it by clicking on it. But this theme doesn't allow it (or I don't know how to turn this function on?) I manually added the <a href ..> but the size stays the same.

Any idea? Thanks.
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Old Oct 29, 2009, 04:51 AM
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juggledad
 
23,630 posts · Mar 2009
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How are you adding the image? Are you using the builtin WP media or something else.
Using the builtin WP media, when I load an image I get the '<a href=' the problem is that it takes me to a new page that shows the image small again and I have to click it again to get it full size.
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Old Oct 29, 2009, 10:30 AM
ireneeng
 
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JD, thanks for helping.

I'm not sure what 'builtin WP media' is .. I use the little icon (first from left) at Upload/Insert above the posting area, which takes me to Add Image screen .. Select Files .. after uploading the image/pic, Insert ..
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Old Nov 23, 2009, 04:54 AM
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12 posts · Nov 2009
My guess is that you would have to upload the picture somewhere first, check it in a browser and then copy the address.

Go back to where you want to put the link to the image, type your post in the non-html mode, highlight the word that you want to be the link and click the little chain icon and paste in the address of the image. Then paste in the address of the image.

Hope this helps.
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Old Nov 23, 2009, 05:13 AM
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23,630 posts · Mar 2009
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Actually if you use the built in media options of Wordpress the way ireneeng, documented, when you insert the image,you will get the <a href=.. added. This is a WordPress feature
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Old Nov 23, 2009, 08:22 AM
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10,174 posts · Jul 2009
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ireneeng
Is there a way image/picture uploaded into a post would come with <a href= ..> - like this? I wanted to show small or med size pic in the post but give the option to enlarge it by clicking on it. But this theme doesn't allow it (or I don't know how to turn this function on?) I manually added the <a href ..> but the size stays the same.

Any idea? Thanks.
I just add the image via the Add and image button, set the size and alignment and make sure the Link URL is set to File URL. I also use the Auto Thickbox plugin to make the enlargement process "prettier" plus it links all the images in a post together so you can click next after enlarging the picture.
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