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Andro
06-02-2012, 06:53 PM
There are two main ways to post images on this Forum:

1. Upload images to the Forum as attachments, and insert them directly into your posts.

This can be done by using the Manage Attachments function, which can be accessed in the Go Advanced area while making a post,
either by scrolling down to 'Manage Attachments' or by clicking the attachment button that looks like a paperclip (to the right of the smiley/emoticon button in the advanced editor).

2. Another way (which is more efficient IMO) is to host your images somewhere else and show them in your post(s) by linking to them.
(For example, by using the Insert Image button in the text editor line).

The same goes for inserting a video, using the Insert Video button in the text editor line.

What the Insert function does, is simply taking the URL of where your Image (or Video) is hosted, and placing it between image brackets: ......,
OR video brackets, using VIDEO instead of IMG in the brackets. You can also do this manually by typing the corresponding brackets and paste/place the desired URL between them.

Important: When using the Insert function, make sure the http:// prefix does not appear twice, since the Insert function already provides this prefix in the pop-up dialog box.

Here are the two suggested ways to host an Image and show it in your post(s) by linking to its URL location (as explained above):

1. You can host an Image here on the Forum by creating one or more Albums on your personal profile page, or you can link to any Image that is already hosted somewhere else on the web.

To do this, you have to copy the Image URL from where it's hosted (like on your Forum Albums, or anywhere else on the web).
This is accomplished by going to the image itself in your browser, right-clicking on it and choosing 'Copy Image Location'.

Then, you paste / place the image URL (the one you have just copied) between the and brackets. Your Image will now appear in your post, in all its glory :cool:.

The same goes with inserting Videos (Copy Video URL and insert it between the corresponding VIDEO and /VIDEO brackets).
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2. There's also the more efficient way of having your own Image Album/Gallery hosted OUTSIDE the Forum.

Two excellent image hosting sites are http://imageshack.us (http://<u>http://imageshack.us</u>) and http://photobucket.com (http://<u>http://photobucket.com</u>). I personally use (and recommend) http://photobucket.com (http://<u>http://photobucket.com</u>) - very comfortable and user-friendly.

You can register on such a site and use it to upload all your pictures/images.

You can also make it hidden from the general public, so people can only see the images they have links for.

For every image you upload there, you get an image link to post on forums, and it usually already includes the ..... brackets.

Don't forget to remove the s in https:// before you post so the video appears.

I found it to be the best way to show images here.
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That's it, basically. Please do not hesitate to post any further questions you may have on this topic.

It is highly recommended to use the External Hosting option described above and below (http://forum.alchemyforums.com/showthread.php?2933-Posting-Images-Videos&p=23584#post23584).

Awani
06-03-2012, 01:05 PM
Nice. We needed this.

:cool:

Illen A. Cluf
06-10-2012, 12:50 AM
Hi Illen,

All (or most) of the options are covered here: Posting Images & Videos (http://forum.alchemyforums.com/showthread.php?2933-Posting-Images-Videos).

If you don't want to host your image on a website, you can simply upload it here as an attachment. The technical details are covered in the link above.

Hi Androgynus,

Thank you for this link. No wonder I wasn't able to find it readily. I'll give it a try.

Illen

Illen A. Cluf
06-10-2012, 01:08 AM
Hi Androgynus,

Thank you for this link. No wonder I wasn't able to find it readily. I'll give it a try.

Illen

Well I guess it wasn't meant to be. I tried several times, and each time the uploaded JPG picture was marked with an error icon. I kept reducing the size of the image down to 33 KB, but it was still marked with an error icon.

Illen

Andro
06-10-2012, 01:28 AM
Well I guess it wasn't meant to be. I tried several times, and each time the uploaded JPG picture was marked with an error icon. I kept reducing the size of the image down to 33 KB, but it was still marked with an error icon.

Illen

Yes, I just checked, direct attachments don't work for me either. Never had a problem before.

I promise we will look into this issue - thanks for pointing it out.

For now, my best advice it to host your image(s) on a website and link from there as explained above.

Illen A. Cluf
06-10-2012, 01:45 AM
Yes, I just checked, direct attachments don't work for me either. Never had a problem before.

I promise we will look into this issue - thanks for pointing it out.

For now, my best advice it to host your image(s) on a website and link from there as explained above.

Thanks for offering to look into this. I'll wait until it's resolved since I don't have much love for the very open public sites such as Facebook, Photobucket (is that what it's called), and al the other such sites.

Is there not some way that the address of the computer can be used where the http: link is?

Illen

Andro
06-10-2012, 02:00 AM
Is there not some way that the address of the computer can be used where the http: link is?

I'm not sure about this, and even if it's possible it has to be in a certain format with your computer address included, and even then the image will not be available when you are not connected to the Internet.


I don't have much love for the very open public sites such as Facebook, Photobucket (is that what it's called), and all the other such sites.

No matter how you choose to upload your stuff, there isn't really any complete privacy on the Internet.

(Same with cellphones, credit cards, everything that runs through the net at some point or another...)

Illen A. Cluf
06-10-2012, 02:19 AM
I'm not sure about this, and even if it's possible it has to be in a certain format with your computer address included, and even then the image will not be available when you are not connected to the Internet.

OK, I was hoping that there might be an alternative way of adding files.


No matter how you choose to upload your stuff, there isn't really any complete privacy on the Internet.

(Same with cellphones, credit cards, everything that runs through the net at some point or another...)

Yes, unfortunately that's true which is evidenced from crime reports that often use Facebook images. But I still prefer to minimize the exposure when possible. It gives me a false sense of security :-).

Illen

Andro
06-10-2012, 02:25 AM
OK, I was hoping that there might be an alternative way of adding files.

I don't know of any.

Although I still recommend http://photobucket.com for hosting images externally, we will be looking into the 'uploading attachment' issues soon enough I hope.

Illen A. Cluf
07-29-2012, 08:35 PM
I am also a bit confused about the details of your method. Do you mind taking a picture?

Hello zoas23 and forum,

I tried again to attach a picture, but had no luck as in the past. The process is not intuitive, overly involved, and never seems to work.
Attaching a picture from the Internet does not seem too difficult, but attaching a picture from one's own hard drive seems to constantly result in "403 IO Error" messages.
Is there a simple way of attaching pictures that does not result in these annoying error messages? The file seemed to upload OK, but it always comes with this error message.

I was able to upload a file but could not "grab" it in order to drag it to the message area. What a convoluted and unintuitive way of adding a simple picture!!!

Can anyone provide help on how to attach a picture?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.

Illen

zoas23
07-29-2012, 08:55 PM
Hello zoas23 and forum,

I tried again to attach a picture, but had no luck as in the past. I was able to upload a file but could not "grab" it in order to drag it to the message area. What a convoluted and unintuitive way of adding a simple picture!!! Can anyone provide help on how to attach a picture? Thanks.

Create an account in http://imageshack.us
There you can upload a picture of your own and they will provide you a direct link that you can either post here as a link or insert into the message, it's actually very easy.

Illen A. Cluf
07-29-2012, 11:01 PM
Create an account in http://imageshack.us
There you can upload a picture of your own and they will provide you a direct link that you can either post here as a link or insert into the message, it's actually very easy.

Thanks, zoas23,
I didn't see this earlier. Is there not a more direct way of uploading pictures directly from Alchemy Forums that doesn't result in error messages? Maybe there's a size restriction,although the picture I was uploading was not very large (66 KB).

Thanks,
Illen

Andro
07-30-2012, 03:33 PM
Illen & Everyone,

Dev checked the attachment settings and I performed numerous tests, but for now it seems that the problem is deeper and possibly related to the vBulletin platform.

For now, I strongly encourage everyone to use external hosting sites for images (like imageshack or photobucket) to post their pictures.

It's easy, not at all cumbersome, you can make your albums 'private' (not viewable by the general public without direct links to the images themselves), and no size limits that I know of...

So please, everyone, use the image hosting sites and it will all be much easier!

(at least until we are able to get to the source of this annoying attachment problem)

Thanks!

Ghislain
07-30-2012, 07:32 PM
Is it not the case that all ISP's also give the user a dedicated web space?

This is what I use to upload pictures...I upload them to my webspace and
then insert a link from there to the forum.

Or, if you can find a pic on the net post a direct link to that...the drawback
this has however is that if the net link changes so does your forum post.

Ghislain

Ezalor
09-15-2012, 08:35 PM
It seems it's completely impossible to upload anything to here, even into my album, it presents me the same uploader it did in the post editor, which doesn't work. The only way to get anything into the local storage seems to be linking it from elsewhere and click the "reference locally" box.

And I don't want to independently host something I wanted to show only on this forum.

Andro
09-15-2012, 09:09 PM
And I don't want to independently host something I wanted to show only on this forum.

You can host independently on one of the above mentioned hosting sites and make your album there PRIVATE. Nobody will be able to see the images unless they have the direct IMG link, so you can show images here by linking from there, and only what you want to show. Everything else will not be visible /accessible if you make your externally hosted album private.

That's the only way it can work for now, and that's what almost everyone here is using anyway...

Andro
02-06-2013, 12:34 AM
Regarding the issue of directly uploading images, without using an external hosting site:

Like I said before, the above mentioned vBulletin issue unfortunately makes it quite impossible...

However!

I have found a tricky sneaky way around it, but it takes some sleight of hand...

It works only with Internet Explorer.

When posting a message, use Go Advanced mode.

Once in Go Advanced mode, quickly scroll a bit down to Manage Attachments and click on it while it's still in blue.

After a few seconds it will turn back to 'normal' Black on Gray, and then it's useless again.

If you manage to click Manage Attachments while it's still blue (first few seconds), a window will open that will allow you to upload attachments from anywhere you want (i.e. your computer and/or the web).

When you're done uploading this way, you can go back to use the 'regular' Manage Attachments window and your new attachment(s) will be there to use anywhere you like on the Forum.

Remember: It ONLY works with Microsoft Internet Explorer (I tested it on version 7 or 8, not quite sure)

I just tested this again and it worked, I just now uploaded this:

692

You're welcome to report back here if this little trick does (or doesn't) work for you with directly uploading attachments.

Thanks and good luck.

Illen A. Cluf
02-26-2013, 09:53 PM
If only the posting of pictures could be resolved! I know there are backdoor ways of doing that using Internet Explorer or DropBox, but I never use Internet Explorer and decided not to install DropBox again after my computer was upgraded.

It's a shame as I'm sure we are missing some valuable pictures and illustrations as a result. I know I recently gave up.

Illen

Andro
02-26-2013, 10:31 PM
It is unfortunately beyond the reach of my abilities to fix the upload issue.

Just use photobucket.com (http://photobucket.com/). It's easy, looks better than hosting at the forum, AND you can make your album private (only those who have the direct links to the images can see them).

I am officially offering to guide you step by step with setting up a photobucket account, if you so wish.

It's extremely easy and intuitive - so, no excuses! L:)L

Illen A. Cluf
02-27-2013, 11:49 AM
Just use photobucket.com (http://photobucket.com/). It's easy, looks better than hosting at the forum, AND you can make your album private (only those who have the direct links to the images can see them).

I am officially offering to guide you step by step with setting up a photobucket account, if you so wish.

It's extremely easy and intuitive - so, no excuses! L:)L

Thanks Androgynus,

I did have photobucket until the Christmas holidays when I upgraded the operating system and lost my photobucket utility. I will have to reinstall it.

Axismundi000
05-26-2013, 05:12 AM
I am wrestling with this to show my practical lab work on the forum with only partial success, advice?

Andro
05-26-2013, 05:31 AM
Please explain in detail what you tried, where you failed and what exactly you wish to do, and I will do my best to help out.

It may be helpful if you read this entire thread (especially the First Post (http://forum.alchemyforums.com/showthread.php?2933-Posting-Images-Videos&p=22152#post22152)) and hopefully also register with an image hosting site (like photobucket).

There are other members who have managed to successfully upload images after initial technical struggles (you know who you are), so please show some solidarity and PM/assist those who are still finding their way through the tech stuff :)

Axismundi000
05-26-2013, 11:04 AM
Ok I went into my profile and uploaded a photo, then a few days later with a new photo I kept failing to get the image to show in albums even though it looked like it had worked. Other guys have managed to do loads of photo's I seem to be failing here.

LostGnosticOccultum
05-26-2013, 01:28 PM
Your best bet would be to upload the pictures to another site like flickr or photobucket and link them like this;

1) Upload the picture to another site.

2) Find the image address by right clicking on the picture and selecting the "Copy Image Address" option

3) Once you have the image address copied in your host website click on the image icon in the tool bar:

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7395/8840486093_3e41736a0d_o.jpg

4) once you have done this the following prompt will appear;
http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7401/8841150718_0c5d34215b_o.jpg

5) Paste the url/image address in the bar and click "ok"

this is what the coding will look like in the thread reply box:
[.IMG]http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7395/8840486093_3e41736a0d_o.jpg[/IMG]
*I added the dot so the coding wouldn't go away

The same applies for the videos except you click the film icon just to the right of the image icon

I hope this helps.

GOD Bless, LGO

Axismundi000
05-27-2013, 11:29 AM
Thanks I will get them into photobucket first.

Andro
05-30-2013, 05:16 PM
Hi,

It seems that uploading attachments directly to the Forum is not an issue anymore.

I've just now uploaded this image from my computer through the Manage Attachments function in the Go Advanced posting window.

Use the Manage Attachments window to select the Attachment from your computer, mark it (with a small x in the box in the upper right corner of the pic) and click Insert Attachment.

The attachment will appear in your post as a thumbnail, which must be clicked to enlarge.

If you want to post it in all its glory (and not as a thumbnail) you will have to insert the direct Image Location (URL) between the and brackets.

To get the URL of your attachment, click on the thumbnail, open the image and then right click on it and choose Copy Image Location (or Copy Image URL).

Then you edit your post and remove the thumbnail attachment, and instead, paste the Image URL between the and brackets.

That's how your image will show in full size.

Below are examples of the same image, both as a full sized image and as a thumbnail attachment.

You can practice until you get it right. Or alternatively, you can sign up with photobucket (http://photobucket.com/) and link your images from there :)

http://forum.alchemyforums.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=745&d=1369933948

Salazius
05-30-2013, 06:27 PM
Hitler's cat ?

Illen A. Cluf
05-30-2013, 10:23 PM
Hitler's cat ?

:-) Or Charlie Chaplin's!

Andro
05-31-2013, 03:21 AM
Hitler's cat ?

It's a Kitler (http://www.catsthatlooklikehitler.com/cgi-bin/seigmiaow.pl).


:-) Or Charlie Chaplin's!

Especially in 'The Great Dictator', it's both :)
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The topic is Posting Images, not the cat (as much as the cat would like it the other way around (http://forum.alchemyforums.com/showthread.php?3572-Icaros-the-Cat) :p)

Sieg Miaow!

Andro
06-05-2013, 05:47 AM
About posting images and inserting attachments, please also see: Attachments and Images (http://forum.alchemyforums.com/faq.php?faq=vb3_reading_posting#faq_vb3_attachment s).

I've just discovered these good instructions in the FAQ section (http://forum.alchemyforums.com/faq.php), didn't even know they existed...

Andro
03-01-2014, 05:50 PM
I'm trying "Dropbox" for viewing images since I've had a bit of trouble with PhotoBucket.

Your images have a much better chance to be actually viewed, if they are inserted directly into your post (as opposed to just posting a link to them).

I suggest it may be well worth your while, spending a bit of time figuring out PhotoBucket (or ImageShack) and use them as hosting sites for your images.

When using those image hosting sites, you can incorporate your images DIRECTLY into your posts. Apparently, you can't do this with DropBox.

Also see: Posting Images & Videos (http://forum.alchemyforums.com/showthread.php?2933-Posting-Images-amp-Videos)

When you upload an image to PhotoBucket, copy the URL of the image and use the image insert button to incorporate it into your post, as I'm showing below.

I'm using my own PhotoBucket account to demonstrate:

http://i861.photobucket.com/albums/ab172/androgynus_album/DonSweetOriginalLab4_zps9df65bb0.jpg

Please feel free to consult anyone currently on the Forum Team (http://forum.alchemyforums.com/showgroups.php) with any logistical issues.

DonSweet
03-02-2014, 08:21 AM
Androgynus ...

Thanks for the post and your instruction.

I've tried to follow the photo insertion instruction -- to the letter -- but just like my notifications feature, I can't get the commands to function properly.

What was the specific sequence of code and link that got that photo to view in your post?

-- Thanks again.

Andro
03-02-2014, 08:43 AM
Androgynus...
Thanks for the post and your instruction.
I've tried to follow the photo insertion instruction -- to the letter -- but just like my notifications feature, I can't get the commands to function properly.
What was the specific sequence of code and link that got that photo to view in your post?
-- Thanks again.

Hi DonSweet,

The step-by-step instructions on the Image & Video thread are exact, I don't know why it doesn't work out for you, so here's an abridgement better tailored to photobucket specifically:

1. Upload the image to photobucket.

2. Click on the image and you'll get a page where the image is located.

3. In the upper right side of that photobucket page (under "Links to share this photo"), there are two links for the image that you can copy.

4. The first link is the direct link/URL of the image. If you use the direct link, you copy it and insert it into your post between the image brackets and

5. The second link on photobucket is already an Image link, you copy it as it is and paste it into your post, without adding image brackets (like in the example below).

6. I hope this explains it all clearly. I'll delete or move all these logistical posts in a day or two, so as not to clutter your thread.

7. Cheers.
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http://i861.photobucket.com/albums/ab172/androgynus_album/DonSweetOriginalLab4_zps9df65bb0.jpg (http://s861.photobucket.com/user/androgynus_album/media/DonSweetOriginalLab4_zps9df65bb0.jpg.html)

DonSweet
03-02-2014, 09:10 AM
Test ...

http://i1295.photobucket.com/albums/b633/DonSweet11/OriginalLab3_zpseb27ffa6.jpg

DonSweet
03-02-2014, 09:12 AM
Ok ... that worked ...

I had been copying the page URL in the URL block of Firefox, not copying the direct link provided by PhotoBucket.

Thank you!

Andro
11-25-2014, 10:27 PM
Recently, most (if not all) YouTube video URLs have changed prefix from http to https.

When embedding videos into a post, make sure to take out the s from https and leave only the http prefix.

Otherwise, the video will only appear as a link to click on, rather than fully embedded in the post.

True Initiate
05-20-2016, 01:59 PM
Also just want to say that not everyone reading about alchemy is necessarily going to be an adult,
so maybe you could be mindful of advertising banners attached to the alchemy texts linked from here.
Just pointing it out is all.

I always choose familysafe option on Imageavenue but i don't know why they advertise adult banners. Well what other image host site are you guys prefer?

Andro
05-20-2016, 04:36 PM
Well what other image host site are you guys prefer?

I mostly use photobucket. But then I have Adblock, so if there are banners, I don't see them. Alternatively, I host images or documents on my own websites.

Plus, photobucket and other hosting sites give you a direct image URL (with [IMG] codes) which can be inserted into posts directly, without having to click on a link, so no ads anyway.

zoas23
05-20-2016, 07:16 PM
http://postimage.org/ is what I always use.

You don't need to subscribe/register (you can do it if you want to, but I've been using it since a long time and I never registered)... and you can do very easily all the main "tricks" that you want:
-uploading several images at once.
-resizing
-It give you the direct code of the image that you can simply put in a forum (or web or whatever) and the image *inserted* in a forum or the direct link to the image creates no adds.

Salazius
05-24-2016, 07:55 AM
I use servimg.com (http://www.servimg.com/) they are clean.


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Chasm
08-28-2016, 11:40 PM
Best to use an external image hosting site. See this thread: Posting Images & Videos (http://forum.alchemyforums.com/showthread.php?2933-Posting-Images-amp-Videos).
I'm all for posting pics. I just dislike 3rd parties if I can avoid them. Not sure I'd want to delegate the saving of my pics to a hackable entity.

Andro
08-28-2016, 11:54 PM
I'm all for posting pics. I just dislike 3rd parties if I can avoid them. Not sure I'd want to delegate the saving of my pics to a hackable entity.

The entire web is a 'hackable entity'...

You can use the forum's attachment option if you wish, but it's a bit more cumbersome and has its size limitations. For images, I'm using either photobucket or the server where I host my own websites.

Also, in order to stay on topic, I have moved your reply to my logistical post to the appropriate thread. Logistical tips, posted by the forum team on various threads, are usually deleted within a few days.

Andro
09-04-2016, 07:47 PM
What's the max. pixel width on this forum? Perhaps I can enlarge.

1. See this thread: Posting Images & Videos (http://forum.alchemyforums.com/showthread.php?2933-Posting-Images-amp-Videos)

2. If you enlarge a tiny pic, the quality will not improve. See the above linked thread on how you can host your images elsewhere, without size limits.

Chasm
09-04-2016, 09:31 PM
1. See this thread: Posting Images & Videos (http://forum.alchemyforums.com/showthread.php?2933-Posting-Images-amp-Videos)

2. If you enlarge a tiny pic, the quality will not improve. See the above linked thread on how you can host your images elsewhere, without size limits.
Unfortunately that link has no information as to the max pixel width that I can use. My pics are actually fairly large. They fit in most forums without issue. As I've stated previously, it's my preference not to sign on to using a third party.

zoas23
09-04-2016, 09:53 PM
Unfortunately that link has no information as to the max pixel width that I can use. My pics are actually fairly large. They fit in most forums without issue. As I've stated previously, it's my preference not to sign on to using a third party.

This one is great: https://postimage.org/ (you don't need to register, your IP is not displayed, you can choose the size of your image... and it's as simple as "upload the image", "copy the link to the image").

Andro
09-05-2016, 05:40 AM
Unfortunately that link has no information as to the max pixel width that I can use. My pics are actually fairly large. They fit in most forums without issue. As I've stated previously, it's my preference not to sign on to using a third party.

I've just looked at the files I've attached here in the past, none of them exceeds 100kb. You'll have to ask dev about the exact file size limit. However, even smaller files can contain larger images.

Generally, it is encouraged to use an external hosting site, but of course, no one will force you to :)

I'm moving this block of posts to the image-related thread, to maintain topic continuity on the practical alchemy thread.

Awani
09-05-2016, 11:58 AM
The size limit is pretty small because we have so many users and it would slow load time to allow larger images. So either use other site, or don't upload (or upload small size images).

As for hackable all sites are hackable. Who cares. Shit happens. ;)

:cool:

Awani
01-18-2017, 04:19 AM
A reminder regarding posting YouTube videos (since I've noticed few seem to be aware).

Click the "film" symbol, insert the URL for the video, but don't forget to remove the s in https:// before you post so the video appears.

Then it looks like this...


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qqUGPVMO7A

...instead of this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qqUGPVMO7A

:cool:

Andro
01-18-2017, 05:32 AM
Also use the youtube.com links, not the ones that are (or contain) youtu.be

Kibric
07-25-2017, 04:43 PM
Hello

I'm still getting to grips with this site
is there any way to upload images from a private folder
it asks me for a url but i'm not tech savvy enough to understand what that means:confused:
if anyone could help it would b greatly appreciated

Schmuldvich
07-25-2017, 05:05 PM
Go to www.imgur.com, upload your picture(s), copy the "direct link" of your image (usually i.imgur.com/xxx), you can find the direct link of your image by right clicking on your uploaded picture and "open in new tab" copying the url in your browser bar, and then put the link inside of brackets in your post on this message board, like this:


[IMG]i.imgur.com/xxx

Andro
07-25-2017, 05:18 PM
Hi Kibric,

I have merged your thread with this one here, which is the main thread about posting images. You may find many other useful tips on this thread.

Also make sure that when you insert a direct image link between the IMG brackets, the link has an image-specific suffix/file extension, like .jpg or .png or .gif, etc...


Hello

I'm still getting to grips with this site
is there any way to upload images from a private folder
it asks me for a URL but I'm not tech savvy enough to understand what that means:confused:
if anyone could help it would b greatly appreciated

Schmuldvich
07-31-2017, 10:45 PM
I was going to put some pictures to this forum but I dont know how.

See this thread, "Posting Images & Videos" (http://forum.alchemyforums.com/showthread.php?2933-Posting-Images-amp-Videos). Essentially you go to www.imgur.com (http://www.imgur.com), upload your picture(s), copy the "direct link" of your image (usually i.imgur.com/xxx.jpg), you can find the direct link of your image by right clicking on your uploaded picture and "open in new tab" copying the url in your browser bar, and then put the link inside of brackets in your post on this message board, like this:



[I]i.imgur.com/xxx.jpg

Joshua
07-31-2017, 11:18 PM
I tried to post the pics here, but they failed!

Axismundi000
08-01-2017, 07:14 AM
I use this site

http://tinypic.com/index.php

Eventually they may try to charge money (like photo bucket did), so don't delete the pic from your personal archive. just paste the forum HTML in your post here that is generated after image upload.