Then you will hit add new collection. I made a collection for each day of linky parties and one for my recipe page.
You will need to put in how many columns and what size you want you can see what mine is here, it of course will depend on the width allowed by your template. You will also click to show Display Name. This is for showing a title below the picture. I do on my Recipes page but not on my Linky Party page since most linky icons have the name on them anyway.
Once you make your collection you will get a snippet of HTML code to put on your blog page where you want the collection to show up. This is all you need to do to set it up.
Then you can go back to InLinkz and start entering in your recipes and Link Parties by opening up the collection you are adding to and clicking on add new link. You can enter the information in this box for each item. There is the Name, the description for your use, the displayed name (which will show if you checked display name above), the tooltip text which is what will display if someone hovers over the link, the target URL is what you are linking to and then you can put in tags of your own so if you need to search your links to find one it will be easier, then you can select image. You can select an image by using a Picture URL, downloading from your computer or by selecting from a webpage.
When you select an image you can un-click square thumbnail to fit the entire pic you are wanting to use, I do this for my link parties because not all badges are square. You just un-click the box and drag the box to make it the size you want.
Once you hit accept it will appear on the side in your My Link’s section. You will then need to drag and drop it into your collection.
Once you hit save at the bottom of the page it will automatically update your blog page almost as if by magic! Are you wondering how I got these screenshots and put the circles and arrows on them? Check back later this week and I’ll show you. If you have any other questions please ask I will be glad to help you if I can!