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srhnbr says

I’d like to create those little thumbnails everyone has at the end of an item’s description likefor example here

Can someone point me to the right direction please?

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danharper says

Just use normal HTML , eg:

<a href="URL"><img src="IMAGE" alt="FILENAME" /></a>
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srhnbr says

Thanks and what will be the path to the image?

Will using the path as I see it in firebug when I hover one of my theme thumbnails work?

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segen says

Just go to your TF folio and select the image, view source, copy and paste, you’re done :)

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peex says

In FF right click on your thumbnail and select “View Image” than copy your image path in address bar. That’s it :)

or just right click and select “Copy Image Location” :D

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srhnbr says

ok thanks for the replies everyone

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