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I managed to get the photos back in this morning, although for some reason, they are smaller this time. But the large files can be viewed, by clicking the image. They had been mistakenly deleted from my ‘Media File’, and if they are not in there, they will not appear on the post. This answers my original question. All and any photos you wish to include in a post must first be uploaded to the media file, and they must be retained, or they will not show on the post when viewed.. This doesn’t seem to apply to external links, but only to those you wish to feature in posts. Most of you probably knew that anyway, so after three years, I am still learning! Thanks again, Pete.
Thanks to everyone who helped with this. It seems that the photos in question have ‘disappeared’ from my WordPress photo section. I may well have mistakenly deleted them, as I didn’t really know what I was doing at the time. I will get them back in, and edit the post soon.
Looking back over my blog, tidying up, and correcting small errors, I came across something strange. On my post about Prague, Holidays and Travel: Prague 2011 (Part 1) I did something unusual for me, by posting some photos to accompany the article.
When I look at it today, the photos have been replaced by code letters, and when I click on them, the link shows ‘file not found’. These are my own photos, and still exist on the PC, so why would this happen? As someone who almost never includes photos in a post, this is something new for me to get to grips with. Do any of you, especially all the photo-bloggers, have any clue as to why this might have happened, and how I can remedy it?
Thanks in advance. Pete.