I'm trying to wire an outlet off a switch. I want it to stay constant power. How do I do that? I've tried every which way I can think of! Any way I wire it I have low power going to the outlet, the light I have plugged into is dim, and also it seems to be feeding back because the lights the switch operates are still on (very very dim) after switch is turned off! I have attached a picture as best I can show.
You don't (with traditional wiring). It's possible with smart switches.
There's no way to get there from here with traditional wiring. The switch does not have "hot and neutral", those two wires are "always-hot" and "switched-hot for the lamp". Yes I know one is white, but that does not make it neutral.
Modern Code requires that white wire have black electrical tape or other markings to make it clear.
As George says, never, ever, ever experiment with electrical. Obviously you'll stop when you find the first combination that "works". But there are lots of combinations which "will work, and then kill you". Learn how (not that hard if you're patient) and do it right.
Now, if you are willing to go to smart switches and smart bulbs or modules, such as Insteon's system, then you CAN do it. You have to rewire everything so that in all locations, black=always-hot and white=neutral. The smart switch then controls the smart module/bulb wirelessly. The module sits up in the lamp dome; it's supplied always-hot and neutral and outputs switched-hot to the lamp.
What you have is commonly called a "switch leg". The switch turns on power to the fixture and turns it off. You'll need to run an additional cable to your outlet to get it continuous power. Sorry, but you can't get there from here.
Also, and trying not to be rude, but you clearly don't know what you are doing and experimenting is a very bad thing to do when it comes to line voltage electricity. And, once again, as much I hate to say it, given your post and apparent lack of experience, you might need to call in a pro. Sorry.