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where do you want to post them ?
the music player is embedded in my text box...
basically, the text box on your profile is like the comment boxes that we use to communicate here... so if you want to embed a widget from another site, you can flip the text box in HTML mode, and paste the embed code... you can also add text and links like i have done... and to add images, you can use the Image button (second from left) to upload them from your computer, or link them via their URL... or you can add the HTML code directly if you have it, for instance if your covers are hosted on another site which provides such code...
my « book covers » (which are really chapter covers) actually come from my blog... when/if you start blogging here, a blog module will appear on your profile, with summaries of your most recent posts... it can be configured if you click the Edit button on the right side of the module header...
so, if you want to post your book covers on your profile, the text box is the way to do it...
don't hesitate to let me know if you need further assistance with this...
best wishes of success and joy to you Mathew !
good... keep me posted !
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