While you were always able to edit the links and their info, you weren’t able to change their thumbnails!
From now on, you are able to change/edit the thumbnails of the links too. Watch the video for a quick overview
This is fabulous!!
Every time I try to insert a thumbnail on Secondary Solutions that will link to my blog, a frog shows up. What is going on? A frog has nothing to do with my website.
This means that for some reason your image might not be accessible or readable from InLinkz. You can always try either uploading the image from your own computer or inserting the direct URL of your image using the tabs on the top of the page that you select which image to add to your link as seen here: http://blog.inlinkz.com/2010/07/adding-images-from-your-own-computer/
Hi! I’m having the same problem as above, the thumbnail is not linking and I’m getting the linky frog in its place. My problem is I cannot try again to upload correctly as there seems to be no ‘x’ to delete the existing link (my cookies etc are all enabled) and therefore it continues to tell me the link already exist. Please help as I enjoy linking to the various linky list.
Allowing users to delete their own links, is an option set by the owner of the collection (the blog owner). You can contact him directly or if you don’t have any luck, just let us know through info(at)inlinkz(dot)com (or the contact form on the InLinkz site) and we can remove/edit it for you
Why do the thumbnails appear opaque on my linky collection? People can hardly tell what they are. Please advise if this can be adjusted.
The links appear dim once you have visited them . It is only visible to you . Each user will start by seeing all links normally and once she visits one, this one will turn dim to notify that it was already been clicked.
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