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#1 posted 01-25-2007 09:52 PM

There are two ways to post pictures.

If you are posting a project, you upload them directly from your computer by using the browse button that takes you to the location of your file in your computer. Then you click on upload. You can have up to three pic’s in your project post.

The second way is to upload your pictures to a picture hosting web site. There are many of these and most are free. When you’ve uploaded the picture, you are given a hyper-link that you can then place directly in the body of your blog by following the instructions in the formatting guide. The link would look something like this

http://img29.imagehack.us/img029/4706/dscn33052bv.jpg

(I’ve jiggered the link so it doesn’t work, but so you can see what it looks like. I place exclamation marks at the beginning and end of the link to embed the picture directly into the post.)

Now here’s this link fixed so it does work. (This is my first successful hand made dovetail joint after about a dozen tries.

OOPS – I guess we were all too eager to help – glad you figured it out, CM.

-- CanuckDon "I just love small wooden boxes!" http://www.dpb-photos.com/


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