37 thoughts on “Happy Halloween!

  1. Boo! Did you do this picture? It’s cool. And ghost count….I see too many but then I am a bit ivre and ghosts are invisible, so there is a serious eyesight problem. Boo!

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  2. I was convinced this was one of those games where you lean in close to examine the photo, and a gif or noise or something pops up to scare you hahaha πŸ™‚ But I counted four ghosts – although I see there are supposed to be five! πŸ™‚

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    1. You have to store them on an outside photo website like Flickr or Smugmug then you copy the URL of the photo at that site, at the size you want and put it in the embed block in your post, then when people click on it it goes through to where it’s stored. This has the added advantage of not using any space from your WordPress plan. At least that’s what I do, I’ll,check with others and see how they do it.


      1. Thanks Pete, I have worked out that if I use the gallery block rather than the image block then all the images open up. The problem was only for images on mobile. So I think I have sorted it out now, unless you have a better solution. But no I don’t have Adobe Elements.

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