Add Creative Commons Photos with ImageCodr to Blog Posts with Attribution Links (Nov 2014)

Add Creative Commons Photos with ImageCodr to Blog Posts with Attribution Links (Nov 2014)

Category : Tips

This screencast demonstrates how to find Creative Commons licensed images on Flickr, use the free website ImageCodr (www.imagecodr.org) to obtain embed code for a desired CC Flickr photo including attribution links, and insert that code into a WordPress blog post. We are a visual society, so it’s very important to include at least one photo or image in every blog post you share. ImageCodr is one of the best tools to use when embedding Creative Commons licensed images in a blog post.

This screencast was originally recorded and shared in November 2014, but is being re-reshared and openly linked for anyone to view / check out from Octobeer 8-14, 2018 via Wes Fryer’s “Moving at the Speed of Creativity” weekly newsletter.


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