If the picture is visible on the web, right click on the picture and select properties. That will provide you the URL of the photo.
Get a picture online example: use Google images then click on the picture, then click on see full size image take the URL from your browser done.
How do you get the url for a picture on MySpace?
when the url has .com not .org
If you go to "View My Profile" at the top of the page, right above your picture it reads: "Personal URL: myurlhere" you can click on your URL and it will pop right up to your page as it will be seen via your URL, and you just copy and paste what is in the URL section.
You can upload you picture to Tinypic.com copy the URL of your piicture then paste that URL into your channel design picture box
The little picture to the left of the URL in the address bar is called a favicon.
Here's the URL for the picture... http://blingee.com/blingee/view/100773752-Mystery-horse
There are a few ways:1) Find a picture somewhere online and put the URL into the form of HTML code (there are sites that will do that for you).2) Copy the picture that you want and then paste it into your profile.3) Find a picture online (open in a separate window) and drag the picture into your profile.
if you right click on the picture and then click on properties, it should show the url.
If you are still online, you can generally right-click the picture, and select "Copy Image Address" or "Copy Image Link" and it will place it on your computers "Clipboard" for you to paste in your document.
it's the url
Upload your picture on Tinypic.com. Copy the URL of the picture. Type in <img src=URLHERE> (Replace the URLHERE with the URL you just copied) in your picture caption. That's it. :]
You can easily adjust the background of a web page as a picture. It can be set as : background-image="url('url-source')."
How do you add a URL to Answers.com? Well, it depends where you want to put it:On your profileSimply add the URL as usual. If it's a picture, it will turn into the picture.In an answerSince Answers.com rules don't allow URLs in answers, you need to go to the blue sidebar, click "Add Related Links", and fill in all the necessary information.On a message boardSame as the profile - add the URL as usual. If it's a picture, it will either turn into the picture or stay as the URL; it depends on the URL and picture format.Got any more ideas? Please add them!
go to there profile and then write under their picture it says url:and then it has their url.
on your profile when you look at it, it should say your URL should be right undernneath the picture. :]
First you'll need to take your picture and store the file somewhere accessible to you.Then you have a few options:Upload the image to an online website and then use the URL of the image in your code (use )Most blogging platforms allow you to upload files and then use them on your blog.
The meaning of th acronym JPEG in a URL address is indicative that there is a picture at that link. Links with GIF and JPG will also indicate that there is a picture present.
To know what the URL is a person will need to know what the URL is for. Including information on what exactly is being referred to would be helpful.
Click the URL: They are married :)
You don't upload a picture to a web page. You upload the picture to a server, then add the Address (URL) of where the picture is located to the web page. If you are adding a picture to a forum or blog, you need to find a website like Photobucket to host the picture for you After you upload the picture they will give you the URL for the picture (image).Then you can add it to the form provided by the website.
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On most web browsers you can simply right-click the picture and select "Properties" from the drop-down menu. A window with the image information (including the URL) should then pop up.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0bLeprechaun_ill_artlibre_jnl.png Copy and paste that in the URL box-you know, the big long one.