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gwsiii



Joined: Aug 21 2003
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Location: Hayden, AL

PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2006 2:28 pm    Post subject: Posting pictures Reply with quote

If you want to post pictures with your topic, you now have three options:

1) Upload/Post them yourself through 3rd party hosting manually:
Courtesy of Arisakadogs:
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Go to Photobucket .com & upload your photos (it's free). There will be three boxes under your image. Highlight the bottom one, go to edit & select cut. Open your reply here & go to edit again & paste your image here


2) Send them to me, and I'll upload them and send you the link. When you get your 'link' You'll create your post:
Quote:
Here is my information, here is my picture


click on the "img" box above

it will put [img] in your post.

add the link to your picture.
Quote:
Here is my information, here is my picture
[img]http://www.imageaddress.com/imagename.jpg


then click on "img" box above, again, to end
here is how it should look:
Quote:
Here is my information, here is my picture
[img=http://www.imageaddress.com/imagename.jpg[/img]


and what you end up with will be:
Here is my information, here is my picture



3) Use the 'Add Image to post' found below the text window when creating/replying to a post. Its pretty self explanatory. It will create a thumbnail in your post that can be clicked on to full size.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 28, 2008 5:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I realize that thisshould be easy, however there are four boxes under my photobucket phot and I can't get any one to work.

Help.

Thanks.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 28, 2008 6:11 pm    Post subject: photobucket Reply with quote

If you go through photo bucket, It looks like you grab the 4th (bottom one) that says img Code. Highlight the entire line, starts with:
[ img ]http: // somethingsomething/something/myphoto.jpg and ends with [ /img ] and right click and copy, then go to your post and right click, paste. You can't really screw anything up, so don't worry about that.

You can also just click add image to post here and it will open a window to browse to the photo on your pc, you have to have it on your pc for it to work.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 10, 2011 8:21 am    Post subject: Link to a Video Reply with quote

Here is a video I made on posting pictures.
Within the Create Post or Edit Post Window:
Click on 'add image to post' below the text box
click 'browse'
navigate to picture on your computer you want to post
select it
click 'open'
make sure 'family safe is selected'
click 'upload it'
when complete your post will come back
click 'preview' to see how it looks if you want to proof read it again,
if everything is ok, hit submit and it will post your message,
if its not ok scroll back down and make adjustments, when everything is ok, hit 'Submit' and it will post your message.

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