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Posting photos

Postby Bill Smithson » Wed Sep 21, 2016 8:13 am

In another area 'farmerboy' raised the question of an easy way to post photos -

and finally a prize for the first person to work out an easier way to post pics.... I love pics!

I subscribe to http://www.picr.de.
Register with the website and when you access the site you get this tab -
Screenshot for picure uploads.jpg
Click on Choose file, then click on upload.
When the pictures finish uploading another page opens and in that page you will see a line of text.

Copy the text in full and paste it in to your post.

Voila ! When you preview your post your full size photo is there for all to see - and it's the right way up!

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Re: Posting photos

Postby farmerboy » Wed Sep 21, 2016 9:17 am

Nice one - I assume there is no need to resize the pic with this system?
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Re: Posting photos

Postby Bill Smithson » Wed Sep 21, 2016 9:42 am

Nice one - I assume there is no need to resize the pic with this system?
There's an option to determine the output size depending on the media you're posting to.

800 pixels (which is the size of the picture of the group in my post) is the usual one for forums which avoids the picture being spread out too wide and having to scroll across the page.


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