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How to post pic in message field???

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by DonL, Apr 5, 2007.

  1. DonL

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    How??....Thanks.
     
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    Easiest way...

    go to http://www.photobucket.com and open a free account.

    After uploading your image to your account, under the pic will be an "IMG" tag... Copy and paste that whole line into your post...

    There you go..

    IGF
     

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    OK...options are set and were set so that attachments and img should show in post...but no work..
     
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    ok, I have no idea what tttwt means, but I'm assuming it didn't work. I think I see why.... It was my mistake, I thought if you cut paste that IMG tag, it would work fine.., and that is not the case.

    Here's exactly how to do it, assuming you're using photobucket.

    Open your photobucket account, and upload the pic. Under the pic, right click and copy the URL line..

    In the buttons above the post post window, click the "IMG" tab, and paste the URL in there.

    After its pasted, it will look similar to this. I didn't include the first and last brackets, so you could see it.

    IMG]http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j263/IndyGunFreak/snapshot4.jpg[/IMG

    Like I said, the [ at the beginning is gone, and the ] at the end is gone, if I had those characters.. This is what I'd get...

    [​IMG]

    Hope that helps...

    IGF