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How to post a Picture

Postby Tournament223 » Feb Sun 27, 2005 7:13 pm

To post a picture you first need to have that picture on a webserver. If you do a search on Google you will find many sites that offer free web hosting for pictures.

Once the image is on a web server go to post a new topic in the forum. On the post a new topic page you should see a button called Img. Click on the button and [Img] text will show up in the message body. Then type in your image path for example http://www.domainname.com/image.jpg. Then click on the Img button again.

It should look like the following in the message body.
Image

Submit your post and then view it. You should see your image.

Some guys have used the following web server to upload pictures:
http://www.imagecave.com/index.asp

If you have any problems let me know.
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Re: How to post a Picture

Postby capt chris » Jun Sun 08, 2008 6:23 pm

Tournament223 wrote:To post a picture you first need to have that picture on a webserver. If you do a search on Google you will find many sites that offer free web hosting for pictures.

Once the image is on a web server go to post a new topic in the forum. On the post a new topic page you should see a button called Img. Click on the button and [Img] text will show up in the message body. Then type in your image path for example http://www.domainname.com/image.jpg. Then click on the Img button again.

It should look like the following in the message body.
Image

Submit your post and then view it. You should see your image.

Some guys have used the following web server to upload pictures:
http://www.imagecave.com/index.asp

If you have any problems let me know.

I followed the instructions precisely and could not post the pictures. What did I do wrong?
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Re: How to post a Picture

Postby capt chris » Jun Sun 08, 2008 8:18 pm

Tournament223 wrote:To post a picture you first need to have that picture on a webserver. If you do a search on Google you will find many sites that offer free web hosting for pictures.

Once the image is on a web server go to post a new topic in the forum. On the post a new topic page you should see a button called Img. Click on the button and [Img] text will show up in the message body. Then type in your image path for example http://www.domainname.com/image.jpg. Then click on the Img button again.

It should look like the following in the message body.
Image

Submit your post and then view it. You should see your image.

Some guys have used the following web server to upload pictures:
http://www.imagecave.com/index.asp

If you have any problems let me know.

Idid all that and my post showed no pictures. See post on pictures forum
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Re: How to post a Picture

Postby bc282 » Mar Thu 05, 2009 9:07 am

capt chris wrote:
Tournament223 wrote:To post a picture you first need to have that picture on a webserver. If you do a search on Google you will find many sites that offer free web hosting for pictures.

Once the image is on a web server go to post a new topic in the forum. On the post a new topic page you should see a button called Img. Click on the button and [Img] text will show up in the message body. Then type in your image path for example http://www.domainname.com/image.jpg. Then click on the Img button again.

It should look like the following in the message body.
Image

Submit your post and then view it. You should see your image.

Some guys have used the following web server to upload pictures:
http://www.imagecave.com/index.asp

If you have any problems let me know.

Idid all that and my post showed no pictures. See post on pictures forum


i just signed up for image cave (a quick few minutes) and first try the pic link and failed. then i coped the URL link from the EZcode and presto!
seems like the EZcode link address is the way to go for image cave.
your choices are: Direct URL, HTML, EZCode, and Thumb > pic the third (EZCode)
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Posting an Image

Postby jwebb » Dec Sat 12, 2009 2:40 pm

How do I downsize the image I post....I used Imagecave, but the image I posted was huge....se my post 86 19' Tournament
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Postby sean hunter » Jan Fri 15, 2010 6:06 pm

ok i have tried and tried, i would love to post a pic of my sailfish 25 in the fourm but it seems to be diffacult, or i just dont know what i am doing wrong
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Postby Seanik » Apr Fri 09, 2010 9:36 pm

Is Snapfish a suitable webserver for posting pictures? I tried to post pictures of my Grady White by copying the URL but it didn't work.
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Re: How to post a Picture

Postby jose9094 » May Tue 29, 2012 1:35 am

Image

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Re: How to post a Picture

Postby SkunkBoat » Oct Thu 26, 2017 11:40 pm

Photobucket started charging for the ability to link to your pix there. That's why so many pix disappeared.

I am using imagur.com and it is still free and they claim it will stay that way...we'll see...
You will have to agree to let them sacrifice your first born at some later date of their choice....

anyways, save your pix there (copies) and you can copy the "BBCode" and paste it here.
It is best to use the reduced size on the pix so it fits in the forum window without having to scroll.

here I used the medium thumbnail size
Image

and here I used the large thumbnail size

Image

Image
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Re: How to post a Picture

Postby wavetamer » Dec Sun 03, 2017 8:18 pm

having trouble posting pic some work some don't, cant get jpg off my desk to work
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Re: How to post a Picture

Postby wahoo33417 » Jan Sun 07, 2018 7:12 pm

Maybe the sixth time attempting this from Imgur will be a charm?

Pickwick State Park Marina, TN:
Image

Headed South on the Tennessee River In AL:
Image

Entering the Tenn-Tom Waterway in MS:
Image

Well, other than working on re-sizing a bit, seems to be the ticket!
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