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  • Alright, how do you do it?
    San Angelo, texas
  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 19,700
    cut and paste the img code into the message area, thats it, forget that button thingy in the boardcode
  • MVC-248F.jpg
    San Angelo, texas
  • The "[img size=150]" code opens and needs to precede the statement. The "/" in front of the "img" means it is closing the code. It needs to be at the end of the statement. so: "[/img][img size=150]" should be: "[/img]MVC-248F.jpg"

    Let's see if I know what I'm doing here:

  • looks like my explanation was reinterpreted due to the embedded codes. I hope you got the idea.
  • Got'er done! Thanks for the help everybody.
    San Angelo, texas
  • Gator Bait Gator Bait Posts: 5,244

    To post photos to the forum you must have a Photobucket account and have your photos uploaded to it. When you roll your mouse over one of your photos in Photobucket a box with four lines of code will appear. Click on the last (IMG) line of code with your left mouse button. The yellow box that says "Copied" will appear briefly.
    Back in your message editing window inside the edit window click with your right mouse button. Select "Paste" by clicking on it with your left mouse button.
    The string of IMG code that you have just pasted to the edit box will have the "IMG" in capital letters. When you preview your message this way the IMG code will not convert to your photos and you will see the text code. If you change these to "img" (lower case) your photos will now appear in the preview window as they will in the finished message. You should have only one line of img code for each photo, I have two for illustration.

    Good luck,


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