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Embed Images From Flickr
Obvioiusly, you'll need to have a Flickr account -- the good news is that the basic account is FREE, and you can upload 100 megs of images ... per month! ... on this account. Unless you're a terminal photo-hound, you won't need the "pro" account (and even that only costs $25/year, for unlimited pics and video uploads).
When you log into Flickr, you get your homepage.Click through to either your Photostream (Picasa calls this your album) or your Archives. Select the picture you want to link to (good golly, this is rough!) and it opens in its own page:
You need to click on ALL SIZES, in the gray-icon right on the top of the picture there. See it? Okay -- a click pulls up the large size image plus all of the code you need to either embed the picture on a web page, and also a direct link to the photo itself.
Scroll DOWN to the dialog where you can collect your code. Your screen looks like this:
...and you'll need to capture the code to embed the picture.
It's OPTION 1, copy and paste this HTML into your webpage. It really is that simple! Except for ...
Make sure you select the right SIZE for your piture. Flickr will give you several options, and you need to keep to images that are about 700 pixels max, because this is the width of the screen you have to work with at the Bookshelf! larger images will spill off the side of the screen, which is probably not what you want.