Pretty strange question, isn’t it? Ipiccy is a photo editing service that anyone can use, and according to Google Question Hub, there’s a recently unanswered question about copying a file from there to WordPress.
Q. How do I copy photo from ipiccy to WordPress?
A. You download the file from Ipiccy, then upload to the media area of WordPress , the same way you would any other file.
Here’s a quick video…
So I was playing around with this, with Google Question Hub, and I noticed that there was a question, “How do I copy a photo from iPiccy to WordPress?” Now, I’ve never even heard of iPiccy, but I wanted to see if, and I did a Google search for that question. They’re not even showing answers right now.
So I’d never even heard of it, but I came here and I figured I’d try creating a design. Oh, that’s kind of neat. It doesn’t even tell me to create an account or sign in or anything, but it does have a save. So I’m sure that when I go to save, it’ll make me create an account.
Okay. Now I have something there. Can I just export it? Yes. I want to export this design. Nothing happened. Save. Save to my computer, and there we go.
Now, I’m in the back end of my WordPress, and the question was, “How do I copy a photo from iPiccy to WordPress?” So I just showed you how to download it from iPiccy and to copy it to WordPress. You’re simply going to go to media, add new, and then you’re going to either drag it into place, or in my case, I’m going to use the upload button, and it’s going to fail.
Now I’m in WordPress in my media, and all I have to do is hit add new and I can drag this image right there from my footer. And there we go. That’s how you [inaudible 00:01:45], same as you would any other image.
So now I’m going to make a blog post, answer this question on Google Question Hub and see if it starts ranking for that phrase. I’ll check back in a couple of days.