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[ url=http://Roslind at Kings' pic]Roslind at Kings' pic[/url]
PaulThanks but I did add the web address and after that I'd put the ...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
REGISTER or LOGIN&h=593&w=749&sz=321&hl=en&start=36&sig2=022Er-RyjXyheVqGZhDJKw&tbnid=awA1hfo3GC-_nM:&tbnh=112&tbnw=141&ei=1FOqRqGxCIGewwH788C9Aw&prev=/images%3Fq%3Drosalind%2Bfranklin%26start%3D36%26gbv%3D2%26ndsp%3D18%26svnum%3D10%26hl%3Den%26sa%3DNWhere the first bit (I bolded) says it's a Google image-searchThe second bit (not bold) is the original URL of the IMAGE you clicked on from the image-search resultsThe next bit (italicised) is the original URL of the page which Google found which featured the image you clicked onThe stuff after that is Google telling itself the size of the image (w and h), that your home language is English, that the image you clicked on was showed on a search-results page which began with the 36th image-result (ie the third page), and that the terms you searched for were "rosalind franklin" (without quotes).Some of the other gobbledygook may (or may not) be Google-assigned "unique" identifiers for you.You might not necessarily want to be divulging all this information anyway ;-)URLs of this form use an ampersand & to demarcate each parameter i.e. of the form blahblah¶mA=value¶mB=value¶mC=va...The last section of your specimen URL (beginning &prev) is the previous page you were on and has become "URL encoded", so the = signs from that complex URL have got replaced by %3D, spaces by %2D, and & signs by %26 etc. The number following the % sign is the ASCII value of the coded character, expressed in hexadecimal.always a geek!If you'd rather not hand-unpick the URL, the solution for your Google result would be, on the page you linked to, to follow the link at the top which saysBelow is the image in its original context on the page: profiles.nlm.nih.gov/KR/B/B/J/R/Click this link at the right, which takes you to the original page without all the Google kerfuffle, grab that URL, and post it to the forum! Simple :-)