Im currently studying with Tobira. I'm in chapter 1 right now and in the grammar section, it defines ように as being used when:
- X resembles Y
- When X is as Y shows, says, explains, etc.
- When X does something as shown/said/explained/etc. in/by Y
One of the examples sentence written in this section, and the one I'm having trouble trying to figure out how it relates to the functions written above is:
I understood this as: "If you look at this photo, you'll know that there are various famous places in London."
This was my best guess as to what the sentence means because I don't know how ように factors into this.