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The Easy Guide to Creating Links on Redbubble

Be it in bmails, comments, or descriptions, ever wondered how people create stuff like …….

Hey, check this out!

This guide shows you how to do the same. It’s not the first and only such guide on Redbubble, it’s just my non-IT guru techhead nerdfree version.

I have found the hardest thing about creating links is deciding which words to link, and what words to use. (And this has been the hardest guide to write because I can’t show you all the typing and symbols in their full glory – they disappear in the public view and are replaced by the link! And you can’t check Journal entries in Live view. I’ve had to get sneaky, and swear a lot.)

Linking a word like this is cool because you are enticing the reader, almost daring them to go on, check it ou…

The Easy Guide to Creating Clickable Images on Redbubble

What’s a clickable image?

A clickable image is a sample of an image which can be clicked on with the mouse to open the page on Redbubble where the Public View of the image sits.

As an example, move your mouse over the image below and click on it. (Then come back!)

The purpose of this guide is to explain in simple non-IT guru nerdspeak how to create such a link. Others on RB have already explained this procedure, this is just my version.

Thanks go to Andromedae for showing me how to do this.

First, you need to know how to create samples of images, because there is only one extra step to do in that process to make the image clickable.

(If you do not already know how to create samples, I can recommend this excellent guide.)

The one extra step is to add the address of the public view p…

The Easy Guide to Creating Samples of Artwork on Redbubble - UPDATED

Have you ever wondered how people add samples of stuff like this?

Want to do the same? Good! How well you present your work is a measure of the pride it holds for you and is a key driver of sales and the appreciation and interest of others.

Due to popular demand, the aim of this Guide is to show how easy it is to insert artwork into a Comment, a Description, and even a Journal. Anywhere on RB you can write stuff, basically, you can include a pretty pitcha.

I have written this guide in plain language, not IT guru nerds language. If you already know how to do this, please leave now.

First, some key points:

You can only show samples of artwork which have been already uploaded onto RB.

You do not have to publicly show any artwork just to get a sample of it.

When I say below do not leave a sp

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