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#1

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"


#2

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


#3

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


#4

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)


#5

And I worry that will happen.


#6

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


#7

Thanks.

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


#8

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.


#9

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.


#10

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


#11

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


#12

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?