Where Would You Like to Go Today?

Are you here for a lesson plan… Tech tips… Humor? Click the category on the sidebar and you’re there.

I notice lots of readers are clicking on the pictures, hoping it’s a link to a category. I have to confess: I was unable to get the pictures to act as links. I don’t think WordPress can do that. I spent quite a while trying. I can do it if I put each picture in separately (rather than as a two-column album), but it’s difficult to maneuver. Until I solve that you’ll have to visit the Categories section on the sidebar. You’ll get a group of projects on that topic, mixed ages:

Anyone know how to make the pictures in a picture gallery act as links? Hmmm….

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5 thoughts on “Where Would You Like to Go Today?

  1. Pingback: Where Would You Like to Go Today? « Ask a Tech Teacher « Social Computing Technology

  2. I used to be teacher, not sure whether your curiousity had been resolved, but I embed avi clip within an image, link should do as well. the how-to is in indonesian, rioseto.wordpress.com/2011/09/26/trik-tips-simpan-klip-video-di-gambar/ . take a look and leave comment (to educate domestic visitors that we need to build network everywhere).

    • Embedding a movie clip in an image sounds wonderful. What a great way to share information. Unfortunately, you’re far ahead of me in languages. All I could read was your tag line--if you don’t create change, change will create you.

  3. here is another method, a link to a site by clicking the image .

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