How to........ post photos

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by b0dyr0ck2006, Aug 10, 2011.

  1. my photo bucket doesn't look like that i don't get media links option
  2. sorry guys I'm practicing thanks for the help. my photo bucket option of show image code wasn't ticked! not easy to find
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  4. wa hey... ive posted a photo... check me out... only been trying for 6 months
  5. updated 15/04/16
  6. Try again

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  7. Sorry 3rd time a charm using the photobucket app and copying the img code

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  8. Flickr help anybody?
  9. You can use the share menu to copy the HTML or BB code and paste that on a forum. On the photopage, click the small icon that looks like a box with an arrow bursting out of it. Copy the size and format you need using CTRL-C and paste it on the forum.

    (1): Click on the share icon.

    (2): Select the desired size.

    (3): Choose either HTML or BB Code. You will need HTML to post photos on Flickr; you may need BB Code to post a photo off-site. You may want to check with the destination site to see which code format they use.

    (4). Click inside the large box to highlight the code, then copy using CTRL-C. Mac users: CMD-C.
  10. Is it possbile to embed video from Photobucket?

    Photos im ok with but i've never seemed to manage uploading video using photobucket (the most frustratingly slow site in the world!).
  11. ron



    seems very long winded to get a photo up i just click "upload a file "
  12. I did write this post over 5 years ago now. It is a little long winded but when I first created this post over 5 years ago I believe we couldn't upload images direct to the latebay website
  13. ron


    apologies but maybe it should be reposted to reflect the improved forum
  14. You're probably correct, I don't use the forum in the web view so much. I mainly use Tapatalk which I believe a lot of others do. Maybe another member could produce a new write up to replace this one?
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  17. Hi tech savvy folks, I just stumbled across the above and wonder if the simple method I have been using the past 2 years is wrong or has disadvantages. All I do is open my photos in "Microsoft Paint" the freebee that comes with most windows PC's, crop to the important bit and resize to 1000 pixels and save. Then to post I simply press the 'upload file' below the thread edit window and select thumbnail or full size. This way I do not need to use any 3rd person 'cloud' and all the data is on my laptop. I can see that storage is an issue for those who use smart phones, but for me this is a simple way to keep it all under control. If there are potential snags with this I would be grateful for any advice. Martin
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