Happy to help!
If you don't want the picture to be link back to Flickr, you can even extract just the url for the picture and slap some IMG tags around it. The URL for the picture will start with https and end with .jpg, so
in my example above. Put a (IMG) before and a (/IMG) (replace the parenthesis with square brackets, if I type it that way the forum tries to use them) after it and Bob's your uncle.
Edited by Ryan, 12 June 2016 - 01:04 PM.
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