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blog button help

UPDATE::  I did it! I Finally Did it. Grab my button and run with it!
I wish I could give instructions but with so much trial and error I FINALLY made it work...could I do it again? I don't think so!

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ok, this is the closest I have gotten. I can't believe that i cannot figure out how to add the blog button with a code?
I always thought i was pretty savvy with computers as far as following directions however I have been trying to post a button with the code for the last couple weeks..i'll sit down and try to get the codes right then walk away before I end up throwing the laptop out the window, well I have been doing this walk away thing for the past couple weeks and still can't figure it out. This is the code template I am using:
<center><a href="http://YOUR WEB ADDRESS/" target="_blank" title="BLOG TITLE"><img alt="BLOG TITLE" src="http://IMAGE WEB ADDRESS"/></a><center>

<center><textarea id="code-source" rows="3" name="code-source"><center><a href="http://YOUR WEB ADDRESS/"><img border="0" src="http://IMAGE WEB ADDRESS"/></a></center></textarea></center>
The part I cannot get right is the IMAGE WEB ADDRESS. I use flickr and I don't know what code to use?
If anyone has any suggestions please help me!! for the sake of my family and the welfare of my laptop. hehehe.


  1. Sorry I can't help with the code but the button is very cute!

  2. I'm not very technically minded these days but if you just want the web address of your photo on flickr all you need to do is go to the button picture on your flickr. Where the little picture buttons for mail,blogger,facebook are above your picture- click the little arrow next to them, click grab the link, copy and paste the link and then paste into your above code??
    This might be totally not what your asking so if so I apologise lol! Good Luck anyway!

  3. Thank you sooooooo much for posting the template you used! I've been pulling my hair out trying to figure out how to do it!!! Yea! It's Done! Now folks can include the National Doll Day blog button!!! Thank you again!


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