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Hosting Your Images

Monday, May 30th, 2011

Hosting your images, audio and video on the internet is the first step for sharing your daily work.

Thirty Days Project is not the place to host your work, it is the place to post a link to your work that is hosted elsewhere.

Most of you have your own blogs and websites already, so you know how to post your work there.

Thirty Days Project welcomes direct links to your work and/or links to your individual blog posts.

If you don’t have a blog or website set up, there are many, many ways of hosting your work on-line. You may be using some already for sharing photos. Imgur, Tinypic, Flickr, Picasa are just a few. Wikipedia has a full list.

Here are two examples of how to get your daily work from your host to Thirty Days Project:


Flickr makes it very easy to post directly into blogs.

Make an account, upload an image and look for the little black triangle above the image.

Click to expand and then click on ”More Ways To Share, and then click on ‘WordPress’.

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How to make a text link (hyperlink).

Monday, May 31st, 2010

Not sure how to make a text link to your website? It’s easy! Here’s what you need to do:

Select some text in your post. It can be the link or “Click here” or “…on my blog” or anything you like.

With the text selected, click on the Link button (little links of chain).


In the Insert/Edit Link overlay, paste the complete URL into the first box.

A title is up to you (some people like to know more about where they are going before they click).

Please check the little box so that the link opens in a new tab. This will keep the Thirty Days Project tab open in the viewer’s browser.

Then click Publish (or Update) and you are done.

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