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Step by Step Photo upload

Post by Guest on Fri Oct 22 2010, 07:12

1. click on the "host an image icon"


2 select "browse"


3 find the picture you wish to host, and click on open


4 notice that next to browse is the filename and path of your image, click "host it"


5 the box changes (be patient, it takes a few seconds to upload), and provides three address lines, select the middle one (Image) just by left clicking on it


6 now right click on the highlighted blue text, and select "copy"


7 go back to your message, hover the mouse over it and right click your mouse, selecting "paste" the address will post into the message, looking similar to this

[ul=http://www.servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=45&u=14605947][img]http://i20.servimg.com/u/f20/14/60/59/47/just_l10.jpg[/ig]<a href=[/img]

(i made a couple of slight changes to the address line shown so that you can see it, otherwise it would have just loaded the image again!!!)

8 click on the host an image icon to get rid of the image hosting box


follow these instructions and you should be okay

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Re: Step by Step Photo upload

Post by hob on Mon Feb 13 2012, 18:14

posting images hosted at Photobucket

Ok presuming you have opened a Photobucket account and uploaded the images you want to display
hold your mouse on the image you wish to display and a box will appear as shown below

keeping the mouse in that box move down to where it says IMG code left click on this space and it will say saved

[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

that means it has saved the link to your computer (don't worry where, it's only temporary)

next left click in the posting box of your new topic or reply ready to post the image.......next right click your mouse and select from the context box that appears the word paste

you should get something like this

Code:
[IMG]http://illiweb.com/fa/pbucket.gif[/IMG]

this is the code needed to display your image, to test it you can click on the preview box below before making your final post, you can also add text either before or after your image .....or both if you wish

one other thing to mention ..............below the message box there is a small section called options

do not tick "Disable BBCode in this post" or your images will not be displayed.


NOTE

there is no limit on the number of images that can be displayed using this method if you repeat the process shown above.......................

HOWEVER it should be noted that caution is required on behalf of the poster as linking images in this way increases the bandwidth required to display the forum thus increasing the cost of maintaining the forum for the owners it is therefore desirable to only post those images that are required to have the desired effect NOT to show loads of images for the sake of showing them.

regards Neville



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Re: Step by Step Photo upload

Post by hob on Mon Feb 13 2012, 18:58

is your image hosted somewhere else ?

ok so you have your image in an open window in your browser..................

chances are your address bar will display the address of your image something like this

Code:
http://illiweb.com/fa/pbucket.gif

to display that image you need the BBCode to complete the link

Code:
to do this you need to add [img] to the front end and [/img] to the back end with no gaps in between so it looks like this

Code:
[IMG]http://illiweb.com/fa/pbucket.gif[/IMG]

i'm having to use code boxes to show how to do this to prevent the code from working

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Re: Step by Step Photo upload

Post by Peter D Owen on Sun Nov 11 2012, 08:52

Hi Paul
How do I delet from the gallery a duplicate picture.
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Re: Step by Step Photo upload

Post by RAB on Sun Nov 11 2012, 08:59

Peter D Owen wrote:Hi Paul
How do I delet from the gallery a duplicate picture.
Peter.

Which one do you want deleted Peter, i think i have to do it, if you send me the title of the one you want deleted, il get rid of it for you,

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Re: Step by Step Photo upload

Post by Peter D Owen on Sun Nov 11 2012, 09:19

Hi.
I have two dscf0054 they are the same and I only want one.
Thanks for your help.
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