Instruction for Posting Pictures on the forum. First you need a Digital Camera or Digital picture. Second you need a Host on the internet to upload your pictures to. If you don’t have one, my I suggest Shutterfly at www.shutterfly.com They do not charge for hosting your pics, they hope you will someday order print, calendars, mouse pads, or mugs with our pics on them. OK so now you have your pictures uploaded to your host, we can start on how to post on the forum. Open your host site up, and it should look something like this. I am using mine at Shutterfly. click on the pic to enlarge it Pick you album and open it.
click on the pic to enlarge it One click on the picture you want and enlarge it. click on the pic to enlarge it Place your mouse over the picture and RIGHT click on it. click on the pic to enlarge it You will see a list come up and click on the last one Properties. For Mac users ONLY to find "properties" and "URL" via Mac on Shutterfly. Just hold "control" and click on the image, then choose "open in new window" and copy the URL that shows up. click on the pic to enlarge it This brings up a list of properties and what you need is the Address (URL). You can either retype this or highlight it and right click and copy it. click on the pic to enlarge it click on the pic to enlarge it hope this helps. tom PS. If you wi***o add your picture to your signature line, then try this There are two ways to do it. I check and see that you are using Comcast for your photo host, therefore you will need to re-size your pic before up loading it to about 48 x 48 pixels. Your photo editor should have a re-size command in it. If you are using Shutterfly as your host you can just get the URL address of the thumb nail pic on your album. In your profile, on the signature line area, add it just like posting on the forum, using the IMG command. The avatar is not active on the forum software. Here is another link that will help with posting pics, click on it below
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