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MOVED: How to Post Pics on Big Bend Chat!
« on: January 14, 2009, 03:24:47 PM »
This topic has been moved to Photography Gear and Tips.

Moderator note: Here's a brief synopsis of how to post photos, since this thread is kinda long:

If your picture is less than 1000 kb, you can just attach it to your post (i.e. click on "Additional Options...").

If you'd prefer to have more than 4 images per post or would rather have them embedded in your post, then you'll need to use the "Insert Image" (e.g. ) feature and paste in the URL to your image file's location on the internet. If you don't have it somewhere online, you can store it at Just be sure to use a unique filename so you don't overwrite someone else's file. We'd appreciate it if you kept the file size down, but if you don't, your friendly neighborhood Moderator will eventually come along and resize it for you. :cool:

Once you have your file online somewhere, make sure you paste only the valid URL inside the image tags. If your URL isn't to the actual file, it won't work. The last "word" after the last "/" should be a filename like "filename.jpg".

« Last Edit: January 14, 2009, 03:27:03 PM by RichardM »



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