I've complained about images I post to my blog not being clickable, that is, clicking on them did not link to the original/higher resolution images.
I've been searching Blogger help files, help forums and sending email to Blogger with no response. I checked other blogs on Blogger and their images don't seem to suffer this same fate.
I checked the HTML of my posts and I couldn't see any alternate upload paths for the high resolution image...it's like my blog lost the functionality to upload fullsize images.
Blogger lets you work in a WYSIWYG environment or an environment that displays all the HTML code. In the WYSIWYG environment, you can drag uploaded images around to the correct spot and the layout code was smart enough to make everything how you want it.
Well, almost how you want it.
It turns out that moving an image in the WYSIWYG space gets rid of the original resolution code (image name, path, pixel count, etc) that is in the HTML. It just disappears. All that is left is the code for the thumbnail image.
I stumbled on to this while flipping back and forth between the an older post that still had clickable links to full size images and a recent post.
Why does this happen? I can find no other reason besides it being a bug.
If you go to the HTML environment you are able to cut and paste ALL the image-related HTML code to another place in your post, and everything goes with it. I've reuploaded the image to the post below and it works like a champ.
I'm relieved that I've found the solution, to say the least. Am I going to go back and fix everything? Probably not.