I know what you are thinking but it is not that hard. It can be frustrating especially when you also have to use a little HTML to get the results you want.
In Markdown this is actually written:
## Example headline
See how I centered the above headline for that I just used HTML and wrote it like this:
Now We Will Try Linking An Image
As you can see sometimes it is just easier to use straight HTML rather than trying to make Markdown do something advanced.
Below you will see a link to my favorite Hive BlockChain application ListNerds. First I need to grab an image then the code to make it all happen.
Below is the linked image
I used straight HTML in a Hive Engine Frontend. Below is the actual code:
<center><a href="https://listnerds.com/@chriss"><img src="https://listnerds.com/banner/250x250/listnerds.png" alt="ListNerds Link" style="width:250px;height:250px;"></a></center>
the Center tags of course centered the document. Href= is where I put my affiliate web address, and src= is the web address to the image, last is style= and that is just the size of the image in pixels.
As you can see centering anything is pretty easy especially if you use HTML. Setting up your links with nice professionally done banners on the Hive blockchain is pretty easy. You can use the above coding examples just do not forget to replace my info with yours.
Feel free to reach out if you have any questions.
Thank you so much 😄