How to build a clickable image link in Markdown

last year

A fellow Wekuian asked me this question, so I decided to make a quick post to answer so that others could benefit.

Thanks @qwerrie!

First upload a photo, the code will look like this:

![PSX_20190503_131207.jpg](https://images2.weku.io/DQmZteub99k63kbTvaphLdVSxT1ouoYuH9qEEdkhpdJGaGK/PSX_20190503_131207.jpg)

Then you add brackets around that code like this:

[![PSX_20190503_131207.jpg](https://images2.weku.io/DQmZteub99k63kbTvaphLdVSxT1ouoYuH9qEEdkhpdJGaGK/PSX_20190503_131207.jpg)]

Then if your link is this:

https://main.weku.io/@oracle

You would add it to the end with parentheses like this:

[![PSX_20190503_131207.jpg](https://images2.weku.io/DQmZteub99k63kbTvaphLdVSxT1ouoYuH9qEEdkhpdJGaGK/PSX_20190503_131207.jpg)](https://main.weku.io/@oracle)

The result ends up as a clickable image link

PSX_20190503_131207.jpg

Artwork is original

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