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    Please tell me the best way to upload photos when posting.

    I'm new! I would appreciate it if someone would tell me the best way to upload photos when I make my postings. They can't just be copied over. What is the easiest way to do it?

    Thanks!
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    Re: Please tell me the best way to upload photos when posting.

    Quote Originally Posted by kelleyann
    I'm new! I would appreciate it if someone would tell me the best way to upload photos when I make my postings. They can't just be copied over. What is the easiest way to do it?
    Welcome to TFP I believe you can upload your photos by using the browse button in the upload attachment. Find the pic and hit "add the file." Make sure that the file has been resized smaller to no larger than 256k
    Hope this helps
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    Re: Please tell me the best way to upload photos when posting.

    The best way is to create a PhotoBucket (or similar) account and link to it when posting here. They provide very easy to use embedded codes for displaying pics in posts. Then it can be any size you want. Just respect the 800X600 limits of most viewers screens.
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    Re: Please tell me the best way to upload photos when posting.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bama Rambler
    The best way is to create a PhotoBucket (or similar) account and link to it when posting here. They provide very easy to use embedded codes for displaying pics in posts. Then it can be any size you want. Just respect the 800X600 limits of most viewers screens.
    What he said

    When you upload to photobucket.com select their "large" size - that usually comes out perfect for this forum.
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