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adding pics * #492342 Mon Jan 12 2009 05:26 AM
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One ear dicky Offline OP
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I've gone down to the left corner of the page but it does'nt tell me what to do for posting pics? Help!!

Last edited by J Lucas; Fri Jan 30 2009 04:44 AM.
Re: adding pics [Re: One ear dicky] #492374 Mon Jan 12 2009 07:40 AM
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"When we tug a single thing in nature, we find it attached to the rest of the world" ~ John Muir
"When we tug a single thing on an old truck, we find it falls off" ~ me
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Re: adding pics [Re: Flxible] #492405 Mon Jan 12 2009 12:20 PM
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Joy Offline
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After taking your pictures, you have to down load the images to a
host. That would be Webshots, VillagePhoto, or any other hosting that
you might already have. Once you get them downloaded, they will show
you a HTTP. It should end with a jpg. Here is an example

You will have something like this:
http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-1/95040/workingtruck.jpg

Now to make a link, you will have to put in front of your
http , then put this at the very end.
You should have something like this

http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-1/95040/workingtruck.jpg

Do not skip any spaces.That long [url thing is what will tell the
computer where your image is and by clicking on "My truck" , it will
take the viewers right to it. We want only Links as posting pictures
in your post will take up too much room and some slow computers will
freeze up. I hope this has helped and please practice in your post.
After writing you post , click on 'Preview Post. If you see something
like "MY TRUCK" or what ever you titled the picture, it should show
up, Click on it and it should show the picture of your truck at the
web site you hosted it in the first place. Try it. If it doesn't
work, look very close as just one little thing can make it not work.
It must be exact. Good luck.

Re: adding pics [Re: Joy] #492435 Mon Jan 12 2009 01:46 PM
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Austin64 Offline
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I use Picturehosting.com and it works great, plus it`s free.
When you download a picture it will size it and then it offers about 4 different ways to post, which you just pick, as mentioned above the URL one and your done.
Mike

Re: adding pics [Re: Austin64] #492595 Mon Jan 12 2009 11:41 PM
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1953 panel Offline
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I use photobucket but nothing about linking or stuff like that comes easy to me.

Re: adding pics [Re: 1953 panel] #492662 Tue Jan 13 2009 02:36 AM
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J Lucas Offline
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I have had good luck with Flickr for hosting my pictures. It is also free, but like the others it can be upgraded to have more whistles and bells for about $20 a year.

I too, just have the free account, and have had it for a couple years. It's relatively simple.

John


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