Add an Image to Your WordPress Sidebar (& make it clickable)

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In today’s tutorial, I’ll be sharing how you can add images quickly and easily to your sidebar on your WordPress site.  It uses a simple little bit of code and you can use it over and over again as you need. Now why would you want to do this? It’s great to have images on your site that encourage folks to take action and adds an different level of interaction as well.

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Here’s the snippet of code you’ll need:

<a href=”” target=”_blank”><img src=”https://YOURIMAGEURL.COM” ></a>

And to create just a text version, you’ll use…

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