If by chance you’ve visited this blog more than once, chances are decent that you may have clicked on an images from time to time. I’ve been inconsistent on purpose since day one about what a click means with a photo. Sometimes it sends you to the site that the image is showing, most times it sends you to my flickr site. Does this drive you crazy? Typically if I send the photo to flickr it’s b/c I’m looking to see what people are interested in clicking or that it’s actually a photo that kind of works better in it’s natural habitat of flickr.
I’m thinking of making it policy that if the image looks like a site it will automatically head to the site it’s representing. If the image can’t send you to a new site maybe I kill the outbound link – good idea, bad?
On a side note, do you find it equally annoying that when you rollover an image, the dotted black line disappears and jerks the content from below up?
BUT – when you click on an image on any site – what are you hoping for?