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Postby wr1jimmyhudson » Mon May 25, 2009 9:30 am

can anyone help me with downloading pictures to the garage site as ive been an member a while and are earger to get pic of my wr1 on the site but im a bit of an techno phobe i ve made an account at photo bucket and put photos in the 3 boxes provided then need help
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Postby p060064h » Mon May 25, 2009 9:50 am

On photobucket there is a img code under the phot.
Just copy and paste it on to your post job done.
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Postby wr1jimmyhudson » Mon May 25, 2009 11:34 am

Thanks so am I right I'm thinking u have to have both
Pages up at the same time
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Postby John Mc » Mon May 25, 2009 12:19 pm

wr1jimmyhudson wrote:Thanks so am I right I'm thinking u have to have both
Pages up at the same time


You don't NEED both pages open but it may help.

Just copy the <img> code from photobucket and paste it into your text when you write an article.

For example, if your car photo was called photo1234 on photobucket you could write:

This is a picture of my car:

Image

The "www.photobucket.com/images/photo1234" should be the link copied from your photobucket account, you get the choice of a few different link types on there.

Use the Img* button above it you like but photobucket puts all of that in the correct format anyway so you shouldn't have to use the Img* button.

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Postby The Swede » Mon May 25, 2009 12:59 pm

Yes, but: photobucket never takes www in front. Make sure it's the exact link with http:// etc.
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