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posting photos

October 28 2017 at 7:56 AM
joe king  (no login)

Photobucket changed and gone totally commercial, it's almost impossible to use them now but i found another place, it's free you just need to register first. Only thing the photo doesn't appear you have to click on the link, other than that works perfectly. (example below) After you up-load a photo on the Imjur site you'll see a "copy link" button, then paste it onto your post. Or maybe the Hats can figure out how to make the photos appear without clicking? The bottom link here is to get you started...



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(Login wearsmanyhats)

same way you do with images from anywhere

October 28 2017, 2:37 PM 

First, get the image location (URL) by right-clicking on the image and picking "Copy Image Location"

in this case, the URL ishttps://i.imgur.com/YqXIDbp.jpg

then, type the opening part of an html img tag


Then paste in the URL

Then close the html img tag by typing this

so when you are done it looks like this


and voila!


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it works like that for animated gifs, too

October 28 2017, 2:44 PM 


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you can also

October 28 2017, 2:48 PM 

try removing from https to http by removing the s https://i.imgur.com/YqXIDbp.jpg. network54 will then likely recognize the link as an image. This might not work, depending on where the image is hosted, but seems to work fine for imgur images

[linked image]

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joe again
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Re: you can also

October 28 2017, 6:37 PM 

Thanks Hat!
So when i went back to the site it had a different screen and one option actually said (message boards & forums)
Then of course left click & paste onto the message, works perfectly!

(Hey Barre you see'n this?)


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(Premier Login 1pinske)

Re: you can also

October 30 2017, 3:39 PM 

Good job guys!
Keep your saw in the Wood!


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