Adding Graphics to a MySpace Page
Adding graphics to a MySpace page requires finding an image, copying the location of the image source, logging into a MySpace page and using HTML code to enter the image source code. Start the HTML code to insert a graphic with IMG, a space and then SRC followed by quotation marks. Learn more about using HTML to add graphics to a MySpace page with help from a computer programmer and IT specialist in this free video on MySpace.
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Alright, we're going to take a look at how to add graphics to a MySpace profile. First, we're going to want to look to find a graphic. The easiest way to do that is with Google images or any other search engine. I found this picture of a mini Bull Terrier. You right-click, go to properties and at the location, you're going to copy the location, hold on control, hit C to copy, or right-click and click-copy. Log into MySpace, go to the profile tab here at the top, go to edit profile. And you can put the image wherever you want, in your general, your music, your movies. A lot of people just use the "About Me" section. Click on the about me over on the left. Here you've got a lot of space in which to edit. All you need to do is find yourself an empty space. And in your "About Me" section, you're going to use something called HTML and this is a series of invisible tags that tell the website to display the image. All you need to do that is do an opening carrot, the letters I M G space S R C equals quotation mark, and this means image source. This tells you what image to upload. Alright, after that, you hold down control and hit V, or right-click and go to paste. At the end, you put a quotation mark and a closing carrot. Then at the bottom, go to save changes and a view your profile and that's how you post images to your MySpace profile.