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Just finished HTML Basics I. But websites have A LOT of images, and very hard to find. The "Image Section" has

img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/codecademy-blog/assets/f3a16fb6.jpg" />
    <img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/codecademy-blog/assets/ninja_zpsa5dbe37a.jpg" />

Is there a website WITH LOTS of images? Maybe there's more here...

P.S. 20-8-9-19 9-19 3-1-12-12-5-4 "1[1]26[26] 3-9-16-8-5-18"


"Maybe there's more here..." means maybe there's more image codes in this section.


Well, if you host your own website, i don't hope you hot link too much (linking to images on another webserver), for now, you can use this tool, that shortens the urls


First, I don't have a website.
And, just to be clear, I mean I want a website with lots of images. (not inappropriate by the way)

Maybe there's a

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and no idea what website there is!

-tyryry (first picked username)


And I worry that will happen.


Well, fetch random images from the internet might resolve in copy right issues. Google has a function which allows you to find images. (google image search)

But best to use your own images



P.S. my images don't work, just "broken" images


Did you upload the images first? something like "C:\Users\username\Pictures\picture.jpg" is not going to work.

Be glad that doesn't work, otherwise you would have had one .... of a security hole.


Just visited the site, and NEVER KNEW THAT EXISTED.

So THAT'S what the goo.gl adress goes to... it's a URL shortner!

Now i know the "goo.gl//b238hsadu" (example) is NOT redirect, a another name for a website.


Yes, I did try that, but it came form a camera.


Then, if they are from a camara, most likely you need to export them to your computer, then upload them to google drive, dropbox or somewhere else


umm.. Okay... see you when that happens

P.S. I've seen a couple of posts, and are you everywhere?

EDIT: I'm LESS THAN 13, so how could I own Google Drive/Dropbox?