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How does one add pictures to any of these trends? I looked through the site and I don't seem to be able to figure it out..

ThanksIcoG..

Comments (19)

When you post... it tells you..

Embedding images (only available to registered users) - To embed an image or photograph simply paste (or type) the URL (web address) of the image into your message (eg. http://hostname.com/image.jpg), images more than 480 pixels wide will be scrollable. To link to an image WITHOUT EMBEDDING IT simply add a semicolon (;) to the end of the url (eg. http://hostname.com/images.jpg;)..

Comment #1

Before you can put the URL in your post, you must get the image online. You can use webspace provided by your ISP or one of the many free hosting services. Make sure who you use allows off-site display of an image...

Comment #2

Thank you that works. I was also interested in putting actual pictures in the trend itsefIcoG..

Comment #3

Could you please elaborate on what you mean by "trend"?.

Cheers ..

Comment #4

Totally unhelpful LeejayJules.

Leejay Wu wrote:.

When you post... it tells you..

Embedding images (only available to registered users) - To embed animage or photograph simply paste (or type) the URL (web address) ofthe image into your message (eg. http://hostname.com/image.jpg),images more than 480 pixels wide will be scrollable. To link to animage WITHOUT EMBEDDING IT simply add a semicolon (;) to the end ofthe url (eg. http://hostname.com/images.jpg;).

Why can't you blow bubbles with chewing gum?..

Comment #5

Could he mean 'thread'?.

Jules.

BlackDraken wrote:.

Could you please elaborate on what you mean by "trend"?.

Cheers .

Why can't you blow bubbles with chewing gum?..

Comment #6

For a long time, I thought that meant the web page of the web site my photos were posted on, so I would pull up my photos on smugmug and paste the web page link into my DPR forum message. All this would do is link to the smugmug web page that displays my photo. NOT what I wanted..

What you REALLY need to do is post the web address of the photo itself. Who knew the photos had addresses different from the web pages?!? For IE7 users, to find this address, you just go to the web page and right click the photo and select properties. A window will pop up with the key information on tha photo including the web address of the photo. THIS is what you use.STOP Global Stasis! Change is good!.

Now that you've judged the quality of my typing, take a look at my photos..http://www.photo.net/photos/GlenBarrington..

Comment #7

Yes , sorry thread, i.e. the massage itself. I have seen the link to galleries or individual pictures and, following the suggestions above, I was able to do that. What I would also like to accomplish is to add an image in the message directly so it show thereIcoG..

Comment #8

Like this:.

You have to have it stored online somewhere, then place the link in the post..

Basically like this (fictious web address):.

Http:// yourwebaddress.com/nameofphoto.jpg.

(except take the space out that I put after the http:// - had to do that to make the text appear).

If it is a real link to a photo.it will appear here..

Or, just right click on my photo above and click 'properties', and you'll see the web address I typed to make this photo appear here..

J. D.Colorful Colorado.

Remember.always keep your receipt, the box, and everything that came in it!..

Comment #9

Thanks but I still seem to have trouble. Below are links from to different web sites.

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Http://www.pbase.com/icophotos/inbox.

But I don't belive I et the same result as you show, what am I doing wrong?IcoG..

Comment #10

The first link you provided doesn't copy and paste, then post here.must be an imbedded photo..

But the second one at Pbase does!.

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I clicked on your link, then clicked on the thumbnail, then clicked 'properties', then highlighted the filename of the photo, then pasted it here..

J. D.Colorful Colorado.

Remember.always keep your receipt, the box, and everything that came in it!..

Comment #11

What would happen if the photo were very large? Would this site resize it in the post?Dan..

Comment #12

It just displays what it finds. People who post very large photo links here are often abused by people with slow internet connections and others with faster connections just on principle..

Resize your images to an appropriate internet display and resolution size before you upload to your storage site/Display site. Uploading full sized quality photos to one of the internet storage sites just means that you'll have your photos stolen eventually..

Resizing can't guarantee no theft, obviously. But why make it easy for the thieves to get quality images for free?STOP Global Stasis! Change is good!.

Now that you've judged the quality of my typing, take a look at my photos..http://www.photo.net/photos/GlenBarrington..

Comment #13

Put the direct link from your hosting site. I don't know how to do it from Pbase but I took the proprieties of the image showed on your page..

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VictorBucuresti, Romaniahttp://s106.photobucket.com/albums/m268/victor_petcu/http://picasaweb.google.com/teodor.nitica/..

Comment #14

Thank you go it. I will check with "My picturetown" to see why it does not work thereIcoG..

Comment #15

Glen Barrington wrote:.

It just displays what it finds. People who post very large photolinks here are often abused by people with slow internet connectionsand others with faster connections just on principle..

Thanks Glen. What size do you suggest for the net?Dan..

Comment #16

Well, there isn't any 'perfect' size, every photo is different in how it needs to be displayed. But personally, I think this size is large enough for many photos.

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It's a 4/3s photo roughly 600 X 450 Pixels. I think it is large enough to disply a lot of the detail, but not so large that people on dial-up or other slow connections feel you are wasting their bandwidth..

My advice is with IE7 and perhaps other browsers as well, is right click the image of photos you think are too big for comfort, go to properties and note the size of the image and do an estimate from there. The whole point is to keep the images from making people so mad they won't really LOOK at your photos.STOP Global Stasis! Change is good!.

Now that you've judged the quality of my typing, take a look at my photos..http://www.photo.net/photos/GlenBarrington..

Comment #17

It is also a good idea to make it a size that the image can be seen entirely (ie.- not have to scroll around to see it)..

Typically 700 to 800 pixels wide for a horizontal and no more than 500 pixels tall for a vertical will pretty much ensure that the entire worlds population will be able to see the whole photo, not just a piece of it..

Keeping them in these sizes will also keep the file sizes down for faster downloads..

J. D.Colorful Colorado.

Remember.always keep your receipt, the box, and everything that came in it!..

Comment #18

Till you get a dedicated webhost to load up with galleries & pics..Tryhttp://www.tinypic.com for a more ala carte temporary remedy...and follow their direction for embedding here...Or in a more general method...Right click any pic that's rightclickable online...

Choose properties form the menu, copy the "Location" in it's entirety, being sure it ends in .jpg, then paste it here in a message like so:http://k41.pbase.com/v3/02/5302/1/44722396.P6120855Web.jpg.

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OR sometimes you can just copy the URL in the address box of your browser & add .jpg to it like this:http://www.pbase.com/rrawzz/image/44722396/original.

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Voila'!!!.

Adding ; to the end of either method above will get you a hotlink like the ones preceeding each of the above pics... click Quote to see the differences of what I've posted....

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