In Context Links and Web Ready Photos

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I write freelance articles and want to create my own website for additional income in the future.

I'm a novice when it comes to coding. A potential client asked that his writers provide:

1. In-context links within the body of the article
2. GIF or JPG web-ready photographs

I've reviewed other articles on his site. It appears that the links take you to other pages on his site. When you hover the cursor over the pictures, you see the name of the image.

The dimensions of the pictures are 600 x 279 pixels. Can someone link me to a tutorial or explain what I need to do? These articles will provide much needed income.

Thanks in advance!

Orelindel
#context #links #photos #ready #web
  • Profile picture of the author burukutuk
    I don't really understand what you asked in your thread, but i will give simple tutorial according your statement "When you hover the cursor over the pictures, you see the name of the image".

    It's called image title, webmaster use title to the image, so it will benefit on SEO, for example will ranking more on Google images SERP.

    How to do that? Use title code

    HTML Code:
    <img src="http://yourimagesourcehere.html" title="yourimagetitlehere"></img>
    Hope it helps.


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  • Profile picture of the author emigre
    "It appears that the links take you to other pages on his site. When you hover the cursor over the pictures, you see the name of the image."

    If you want the image clickable to another site, just use the standard <a href></a> to enclose the <img src></img> code.
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    • Profile picture of the author orelindel
      Thanks Emigre and Burukutuk. Your responses helped me to understand the web ready photos.

      As for the in-context links, he wants me to include a link to another page within his site. For example, if I've written a car about a particular Chevy pickup truck he wants the word Chevy to have a link that takes viewer to his Chevy page.

      How do I do that? Thanks for your previous responses!
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  • Profile picture of the author weheartcontent
    Hello orelindel,
    I believe it would be something like this:
    Code:
    <A HREF="hxxp://yourwebsite.com"><IMG SRC="chevy.gif" ALT="chevy"></A>
    note: hxxp because i can't paste links -.-
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  • Profile picture of the author emigre
    For in context links, it would be like this:

    Get a <a href="hxxp://yourclientsite.com/specific-page" title="Chevy">Chevy"</a> truck today.

    Replace hxxp with http. Just copy and paste the url of the page your client wants the link to go to.
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  • Profile picture of the author orelindel
    Thank you weheartcontent and emigre! I'm going to submit my first article to this client over the weekend.
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