When joining in with a linky, one of the rules is usually to include a linky badge on the bottom of the post you are featuring. This directs people back to the host's linky page and hopefully makes it easier to find.
So, without further ado, here is how you add the badge:-
1 - Head to the linky page and copy the code that is underneath the linky badge. Make sure you scroll and get the whole code.
2 - In the draft mode of your post, scroll to the bottom of your page and make sure your cursor is at the very bottom
3 - Switch from 'compose' to 'html' mode
4 - You will see something like this below. I usually press enter a few times so there is a clear space between the end of my post and the place I am about to paste to.
5 - Double check your cursor is at the bottom of your page, click paste to paste the badge code at the bottom of your post and then revert back to 'compose' mode by clicking on the 'compose' button at the top of the page.
6 - Your badge may be quite far down your page so just reposition as you would a normal photo (ie delete spaces between text and photo).
7 - You can then optimise the badge like you would any other photograph by right clicking on the image. I always like to change all of my images to 'large' and have them aligned to the centre but that is just personal preference.
8 - All done! It looks way more complicated than it is and after a few times you will be able to do it with your eyes closed. Hit publish and when you click on the badge button it should take you straight to the linky.