Linkie works for me too Sid. Mac X Firefox. But you can always insert an image into your text if it is 800 pixels or less wide and hosted on smugmug or someplace on the web by using
"" in the body of the text without the quotation marks also.
how do i post more than one picture?
wanted to thank you for the great help, I am new and have many questions. I do know how to reply to put up a post, and this is my second time- but my main question is that How to post new!? I simply cannot find it!! crazy! I no. but I have learned two things in just the first few posts I've read from you, esp the one with using a mac, which I never knew why we couldn't right click, and now I do, and I am anxious to get started! Thanks again, Debbe
Hmm still having some problems...
when i post multiple shots they seem to be random ordered.
how do I type between pictures?
I cant seem to post exif data as a link
Link to Your Photograph(Preferred because it uses fewer resources.And you can post multiple pics per post.)
First, store your photos online. Pay a few dollars a year to have a site host your photos online. Baldy runs Smugmug and we all love it. But there are others, such as pbase. Just make sure that wherever you have them hosted, you're buying the right to link to your photos.
After that, linking to them here is easy. Once again, start a new thread or reply to an existing thread. A text box appears: above it there's a little yellow box (highlighted in pic.) Click on it.
Up pops a little box. What you need to paste in there is the location of your photograph.
Wow, that sounds tough. How do I find the address for my photo? Easy. Go to your photo, wherever it's being hosted. Right click on it and scroll down to "Properties."
When the little Properties box pops up, just copy the "Location."
Then paste the Location into the dgrin box I showed you earlier. And voila, your lovely photo now appears in the thread of your choice. Can't be too hard, a computer retard like me just did it five times in this "Reply" alone!
So this looks like a safe place for me to try to master this img link thing ...
OK let's see if that worked.
Sorry Man, it doesn't work. If you paste that... http://www.igs.net/~yesamen/Dgrin_resizes/Dscf1465.jpg
into your browser you'll get a picture but it doesn't display here.
Let's try another one ...
But if I give you a link without the http://www.igs.net/~yesamen/Dgrin_resizes/Dscf1469.jpg
What am I doing wrong? Could it be that I'm using Netscape 7.0 instead of IE?
your photo url (filename.jpg) needs to be sandwiched in between [*img] and [*/img] do not use the * they are just there so you can see the examples. i fixed your post above
its happened to me several times on the ADV list, I post an image looks OK several hours later its gone. Just the dreaded blue boxed question mark. Whats going on?
Now i can't ever get that far
Ed, what gallery on your site is that image in please?
to answer my own question, yes probably. It magically reopened on the ADV list.
Thanks again, Ed
Jane B. wrote:
I just struggled with getting photos to post to the thread
Jane B. wrote:
I just struggled with getting photos to post to the thread starting here:http://dgrin.com/showthread.php?p=230186&posted=1#post230186
The thing the puzzels me the most is that jpg can be 800 wide by 1200 high but not the reverse!! Why does it make a difference is a photo is 800 wide by 1200 high or 1200 high by 800 wide? Wouldn't they take up the same amount of room?
Jane B. wrote:
Here it is June and I still don't have an answer to this. So much of what I take is kids at church events and I don't want to post kids pics (I feel that is up to parents). Thus, I wouldn't have much to put in a Smugmug account; but every now and then would want to put something here. It seems that I have more landscape shots than portrait. Why does the direction of the larger dimension matter?????
I'm sorry - this must've slipped by us - apologies. They have to be jpg, less than 150Kb, and 800 wide max by 1200 tall max.
I hope this helps!
Jane B. wrote:
The last time I tried yes, it would take 800 wide by 1200 tall but. . . why won't it take 1200 wide by 800 tall. That seems to be the same size but just the other oriniation (sp?)???
Warren Williams wrote:
Not sure if it works