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Here's instructions for embedding photos from Webshots.com accounts:
- Under the picture you want to post, click the icon that says "Copy the code to post this phot in a forum".
- Select the 425 preview size.
- Copy the "Direct link to image".
- Paste that in the Image URL field when using the insert/edit image button in the post editor.
22 June 2009
[Image Can Not Be Found][Image Can Not Be Found]
It appears that you are trying to post photos directly from your hard drive, but unfortunately that won't work here.
To insert a photo into a forum post here, you have two options:
- The image file must be hosted somewhere online so you can use the "insert/edit image" button in the post editor. This button will not work for images that reside on your local hard drive.
- Send us the image and we can add it to the Tripawd Pals gallery. You can then visit the gallery and copy the image location (click on thumbnail to view photo at full-size , then right-click on it). Then you can paste that image link using the "insert/edit image" button.
Hope this helps. Let us know if it doesn't oK?
10 August 2008
16 February 2008
If you already have Bonnie's pictures somewhere on internet websites, you can follow Jerry's instructions in the previous post. It would not work if the pics you are referencing to are residing on your pc.
Or you can send Bonnie's pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tazzie's pretty profile picture (aka: avatar) is indeed showing up. If it did not, at the time you posted, it is on,ly because we uploaded your after after that time.
I think that's what you meant, as it does not appear as though you attempted to embed an inmage in your post.
But the last post, from 12:08, was made after you told me you uploaded his pretty picture. But I only see the one of 'tazzie on a moonless night', or 'tazzie seven leagues down on the bottom of the ocean'. We'll see what happens this time. Maybe he just prefers to remain anonymous. Or do I need to do something now to get it to embed the image? (I'm not deliberately trying to drive you crazy!)
2 June 2009
Yay - I held down the Ctl key, or the option key (both since I'm using a Mac) while reloading and it worked. WaaLaa! How do you know so much about webpages? So is it still a black closet with no apparent canine for most other members? (if so, hold down the cnt key and push reload - instructions per Jerry's pawrents so they have to be right).
Glad that worked for you. Yes, option + command -> reload will force refresh a page from the server on a Mac, which I also use! I've just become accustomed to providing instructions for Windoze users.
Now, whad'ya say we stop highjacking this topic from those actually looking for how to embed images in forum posts!?!?!
31 August 2009
When I try to post an image, I just get a nasty red X. I am right clicking on the picture (yes, it's on the web) and copying the image location, then clicking on the tree to add image and pasting image location in image URL in pop up box. Do you know what I'm doing wrong? I was trying to post pics in Hopping Around "discouraged at lack of products" thread.
Do you know what I'm doing wrong?
Not sure, but I'll try to figure it out!
Where do you "get" the red X? If a red X displays next to the image URL field in the insert/edit image pop-up window, then the link you pasted is not to a valid image resource. You can test this by pasting the same thing in an empty browser window and seeing if the image loads. A green check will appear if the image resource validates.
If it is a valid image url, and the image does load, please paste the link to it here and I might be able to help further. Sorry for the inconvenience ... and delayed response!