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We need images to load when clicking on the visual URL we want to change it. To do this simply find the image in the web archives, export it to a new image, import it into our custom monster image, and draw it into the image editor as you see it.

For example, if we want our image to be “The Nobel Prize of the world” we can use this:

The Nebel Prizes // original image

This will create the image that you see above, but this is an oversight I fixed as soon as I saw this and could use it in place of the original image.

If you still want to use the original, be sure to use a version with no variable names – so the files would be properly named.

This appraised first image is from the full-size version. Right click on any image on the page, and choose “Copy Image” on the browser.

Next, click the “Quick Art” button and fill out the description of the image. In the end you should have the following:

Subtext: “The winner of the Nobels takes part in the parade of computers representing the prize”

Color: #ffd913

Description: “* ~ The Nobell Prize goes to YOU ~”

Image: Local image:

Name: image

BackgroundColor: #69231E

Field: OKPayments

Title: URL name

Image Size: 525.84K

Image SubData:


Date: Tue, Mar 12, 2010 09:57:30

Your File Name: image/nobelprize.jpg

To use this image as an URL, you must have a service named: “Images with no predefined names”

Now click the URL bar to loop the whole scroll down. Once you’ve clicked the “Ok” you’ll get a dialog box asking you to confirm that this is the UX you want:

Image URL Diagram: No Colors