I am very excited about this new change to this blog. With this change, you will be able to add images in the comments rather than just leaving photo links in the comments.
How to Embed Image in Comments
Any images, hosted online, can be embedded by following few steps listed below:
In the comments section, click the link shown below to start the process. Once you click this link, a popup will appear asking you to enter the URL of image you want to add. Popup will look similar to one shown below:
Now, you will have to find the URL of the image you want to insert. At this time, you can only embed photos that are hosted online.
Important: Please make sure that the URL you want to submit, is the URL of actual image and is ending in .jpg. The image URL may look something similar to: http://www.example.com/…../abcd.jpg
Paste the image URL in the popup above. Hit “OK”, Sit back and relax. Your comment will appear in some time.
There is no step 4.
Few Important Guidelines
If you would like to use this feature, we request you to follow some guidelines to ensure that you comply with laws and terms and conditions.
Please submit images only if you have authorization to use them. If you are submitting images that are licensed under Creative Commons, please follow appropriate guidelines as suggested by Creative Commons Licensing.
Flickr terms and conditions
If you are posting images that are hosted on Flickr, please make sure you have read their terms and conditions. Below is a paragraph that is specially important to be followed when posting images hosted on Flickr.
Do link back to Flickr when you post your Flickr content elsewhere.
The Flickr service makes it possible to post content hosted on Flickr to outside web sites. However, pages on other web sites that display content hosted on flickr.com must provide a link from each photo or video back to its page on Flickr.
Read remaining Flickr Guidelines to make sure you are following there guidelines.
No nudity please. This website is not appropriate for such content. We have zero tolerance for this.
If you have any questions about embedding images in comments or anything related to this feature, please contact us via contact page.