If I send in a photo to show, I see many examples of photo's of which you can also let the people see the big version of your send in photo. How can this be done?
I think you're talking about the photo contest, correct?
The syntax to make an image link somewhere else is:
[![image alt (hover) text][embedded-image]][linked-image] [embedded-image]: https://example.com/small.jpg [linked-image]: https://example.com/full-size.jpg
For example, using your most recent submitted photo, I can do this:
[![The small version is displayed][small]][big] [small]: https://i.stack.imgur.com/97kfns.jpg [big]: https://i.stack.imgur.com/97kfn.jpg
(I made the embedded image small by appending
s to the end of the filename (but before
.jpg). This is a feature of imgur.com (the image hosting service for Stack Exchange))
The link destination doesn't have to be an image; it can be any destination URL. I often do this when I embed images from Wikipedia in my answers — I'll make the image link go to the Wikimedia Commons page where I actually got the image from.