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Fri Aug 26, 2011 5:25 pm
TheCodex says...



How do you post pictures in a topic? I tried uploading an attachment, but when the page reloads, there isn't any sign of pictures. Thanks.
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Rosey Unicorn says...



It won't show up in the actual picture! It ends up showing up in a list of files that you're attaching to the post. The true test if it's actually uploaded is the "preview" button, where is will it will show up.
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Fri Aug 26, 2011 6:11 pm
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TheCodex says...



O, thanks!
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SmylinG says...



If you don't have a photobucket, I would definitely create an account. It's probably the simplest way I can think of for posting pictures here on the site. You just save whatever images you want on either your desktop or wherever, then upload the pictures into your photobucket album. From there, photobucket automatically sets it up with codes which you can copy and paste links/URL's/HTML's onto wherever. To post images here, you just copy and paste the IMG code. It's that simple. If you have any other questions about it, I'd be happy to help you out. It really isn't as complicated or a hassle as some people think. I love photobucket, and use it all the time.

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