Vette(s): 1978 Indy Pace Car 4851 of 6502, Auto, L-48
Okay I'm not really good at giving online classes but I'll try and help some of you
This is just one way to post pictures online. (PhotoBucket 101)
1. First of all you need to go to PhotoBucket.com and set-up a free account. This is a picture hosting site.
2. Once you have an account you need to create a folder to store your photos in.
3. On the top of your account page you will see 3 or so Browse buttons. Click the first one and your computer will open a selection box. Locate the folder on your computer containing your photos and double click on it. This will open the folder and show all your photos.
4. Find the photo that you want to load on PhotoBucket and double click on it. This will close the selection box and place that photo in that browse line. Repeat this as many times as needed for each Browse button available.
5. If you want to load more then 3 photos click on the +add more button below the 3rd Browse button. This will give you like 15 more Browse buttons.
6. When you have all your pictures loaded into the Browse lines click the big Upload button under the bottom Browse line. Depending on the size of your photos and the amount of photos it may take several minutes to load them.
7. Once your pictures appear in your folder you will see 3 lines under each picture, URL Link, HTML Tag, and IMG Code. The 2 you will use the most will be the URL and IMG.
8. Click on the URL Link and it will tell you that the line was copied. Once copied come to your post here on C3VR and paste that Link where you want it. An example of one of my photos is below in URL, click on it.
9. If you click on the IMG Code line it will tell you that the line was copied. Once again, come to your post here on C3VR and paste that line in your post. An example of how your picture will show up is below.
10. WARNING: If you post a photo that is too large, then Jim (Norsky) will convery your IMG Code into a URL Link Very large photos take very long to load slowing down the computer performance of people using dial-up internet connections.
Free PhotoBucket accounts limit the number and size of photos that you are allowed. I pay $25 a year and have unlimited storeage space and photo size. Its worth it to me since I have literally hundreds of photos stored there.
If you still have problems either Private Message me or post here and I'll try and help further.
____________________________________ MARK LIFETIME MEMBER #117
Thanks tons Mark, interestingly enough, everyone who explains it says it differently. I've printed a copy and will take it home and try it. We appreciate your willingness to make an effort to educate us. I'm signing on for a lifetime so I had better get this down one day if I want to get the most out of the forum.
Jimmy B. Just can't wait to get on the road again.
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