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    posting pic question

    Can flikr and picassa web be used?

    I have made the pics public and tried to post images using both sites. I place the link between the image brackets like the instructions - . I have fought asking about this because I have worked around computers and networks for 25+ years, everyone else does it with ease, AND I have done it before on other forums!

    This is the link I use - http://www.flickr.com/photos/21614507@N ... /lightbox/

    and when i use the img code, i get:

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    Re: posting pic question

    That is a link to a web page containing the image. To have the image appear in your post you need a direct link to the image it's self.

    {{{EDIT}}}Bama explains how to do this in the next post.{{{/EDIT}}}
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    Re: posting pic question

    Here you go.



    You can get the img code on Flickr by vewing the main pic page and clicking the share button then select the size (above one is medium 500), then click the BBCode button and select and copy the code in the box. Then paste it where ever you need to. You can delete the last two lines of code if you don't want the "what and who" info below the pic.
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    Re: posting pic question

    I'd LOVE to post some pics. What was just said above, I might as well read Greek.
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    Re: posting pic question

    Quote Originally Posted by exbcmc
    I'd LOVE to post some pics. What was just said above, I might as well read Greek.
    You can also do this to get the image link:
    (based on that flickr link above)
    Click view all sizes (top right)
    right click image
    click 'copy image location'
    when creating a post, click full editor, then click 'Img' at the top of editor
    paste the image location in between the Img tags


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    Re: posting pic question

    If you don't already have a photo hosting account, Photobucket makes it easy. You just view the pic you want to post and it has a direct link at the bottom that automatically copies the link to the clipboard.
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    Re: posting pic question

    Quote Originally Posted by blakej
    Quote Originally Posted by exbcmc
    I'd LOVE to post some pics. What was just said above, I might as well read Greek.
    You can also do this to get the image link:
    (based on that flickr link above)
    Click view all sizes (top right)
    right click image
    click 'copy image location'
    when creating a post, click full editor, then click 'Img' at the top of editor
    paste the image location in between the Img tags

    Thank you.
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    Re: posting pic question

    been away for a few days - Thanks yall!
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