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Here's more in "Wordless Wednesday"!
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Friday, June 25, 2010
Apparently, it is believed that Blogger does not support animated GIF images. This belief is correct to some extent. However, as you can see from this post "Wordless Wednesday: Height of Automation", you definitely can insert an animated GIF image into a Blogger post.
The statement that 'Blogger does not support animated images' only means to say that the WYSIWYG editor of Blogger does not support such images. In other words, if you try to upload an animated GIF image in your blog post though Blogger's Post Editor, the GIF file is converted automatically into a static PNG file during the upload process.
So how does one add an animated GIF into a Blogger post? Very simple really.
- Just login directly into your Picasa Web Albums. All images added to posts on Blogger are actually stored on Picasa Web Albums, in a folder carrying the name of your blog.
- Use the "Upload" button there to directly upload your animated GIF file to the album for your blog.
- When you see the newly uploaded image in the thumbnail list, just click on it. It displays the image in its actual size.
- Right click on this image, and then click on "Properties" (right at the bottom). It displays a small "Element Properties" box.
- Copy the value mentioned against "Location" in this box. This value is the actual URL of your image.
- Come back to Blogger's Post Editor, and click on the "Add Image" button on the Toolbar.
- In the "Blogger: Upload Images" box, enter this copied URL in the "Add an image from the web" box, on the right side. Refer to the screenshot below.
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Sunday, June 20, 2010
I haven't updated this space for pretty long now, have I? Those Wordless Wednesday posts were also scheduled in advance, in fact, and they were "posting" themselves on their own! I think there is one more scheduled for the coming Wednesday...
Anyways, I have been real busy lately... working on several projects at once. I'm kinda "off-the-radar" at the moment, but will soon be visible again... hopefully in one more month at the most.