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Test pic


  • one more time

  • DSCN2100.jpg
  • This is a work in progress
  • Dose this work
  • Dose this work
  • another test
  • RRPRRP Posts: 19,378
    you're doing it correctly by posting the img in the body - I bet since the board is mereelylimping along right now is the problem - not you. HTH
    L, M, S, Mini
    Dunlap, IL
  • RRPRRP Posts: 19,378
    here's a test myself - and I know I'm entering it properly...

    L, M, S, Mini
    Dunlap, IL
  • Ross try this it was posted earlier by thirdeve

    Posted by: thirdeye on 2007/12/28 17:45:10 with karma: 2
    In Reply to: i know some of you are doing testing over at the Dot NET site posted by BENTE on 2007/12/28 16:31:04

    Wow, I'm answering a computer question!! Relax, it's old stuff, html codes. I still don't know squat about newer stuff.

    The buttons at the top of the Message box all write the html codes for you. html must have an open and closing tag. The info is contained in brackets and the closing tag has a / in the bracket, before the code. they would look like this: [code of some sort] [/closing code of some sort].

    Anyway, press the Img button and it will write the first tag for you. Next, paste the Direct Link info from Photobucket, then press the Img button again and it will write the closing tag for you. (notice the / in the closing tag). Your picture information must be between the tags. Repeat for any other pictures. Now, you will notice that the tag that is automatically written has =150 in it. This determines the size of the picture. Changing the number will change the size. If you delete the =150, it will post the Photobucket image as-is. If you change it to another value is re-sizes the picture.
  • I am going to try a multiple pic test here as well.
  • test, and THANK YOU Carl in Indy
  • Ross

    Change from wide view to classic view and try reposting pic. Don't know why but the picture I posted yesterday wouldn't show up in wide. Even tried posting one in wide and still didn't work.

  • Sorry about that looks like you already figured it out.
  • Thanks RRP.
  • Thanks Mike.
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