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If for any reason InLinkz is unable to fetch your images from your blog, you can still add your LinkUp links.

 

To do so, you will need to upload the picture you want to put as a thumbnail from your computer.

Just click on the “Upload” tab and load your image.

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Figure 1 – The image upload tab

 

If your image is only on your server, you can save it on your desktop by either dragging it from your website….

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Figure 2 – Dragging the image to the desktop

or right-clicking on it and selecting “save image as…

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Figure 3 – … or saving it from the menu

 

Then, just drag the saved image from your desktop (or wherever you saved it) to the box, which will change color in the process.

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Figure 4 – Drop image to upload box

After dragging, you will see the image in the box. You have the option either to select it for the thumbnail image or crop it first.

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Figure 5 – Select or crop as usual

As soon as your image is in position 3 above (after selecting or cropping), you will be able to click on “Done!” at step 4 & the link will be inserted in the linkup normally.

 

I want to enter the same link/thumbnail to another linkup. Do I have to do this over & over again?

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No! The “show history” button keeps all the links you added recently and you will find the link you just entered there too.

 

So, when you go to another linkup to enter the same link, just click on the history button. (1)

Clicking on “Use” (2) will fill all data to the add link page:

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Figure 6 – Using the history to save time entering links to blog hops

… and you will just need to click on “Done!“.

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Figure 7 – .. painless linkup!

That simple!

 

by Aris Korbetis

 

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