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    multiple pic in one post

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    Hi everyone
    In the interests of showing how dumb I am when it comes to online forums,
    how do you post multiple pics in one post on here??

    *couldnt find a smilie that shows the dumb look on my face*

    Sullos ;)

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    Re: multiple pic in one post

    Quote Originally Posted by Sullo link=1186445062/0#0 date=1186445062
    Hi everyone
    In the interests of showing how dumb I am when it comes to online forums,
    how do you post multiple pics in one post on here??

    *couldnt find a smilie that shows the dumb look on my face*

    Sullos ;)
    Sullo,

    There are many free on-line hosting services. I use Photobucket but its just one that you could choose. You upload them there and then get an image link which you can just add to your postings and voila! Keep in mind that you may need to resize your images so we can see them easily here. Windows Powertoys has a quick and easy resizer or you can use any suitable image editing program.

    2mcm

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    Re: multiple pic in one post

    Sullo....

    First you find a site which will host your photos.... I use www.photobucket.com

    Then you save your photos on that site....

    Each photo will have a link with an IMG tag....

    You paste those links into your post....

    And Voila.... multiple pictures in one post!

    Edit: beaten by Chris!!!

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    Re: multiple pic in one post

    ahhhh easy as that, yep used one of those already
    god Im dumb I had a laugh

    thanks guys Im busily taking pics of the new monster

    whats the recommended size? I usally use photo shop to resize, Im asking so I dont chogg up the CS server!

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    Re: multiple pic in one post

    Sullo,

    I normally use the largest dimension of the photo no bigger than 600 as it comfortably fits within the post (no scroll bars) even for those running low res screens...

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    Re: multiple pic in one post

    I keep mine all to a height of 300....for consistency 8-)



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