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How to add a Picture to your Message!
Adding an image to a post
When writing a message, it is possible to add image(s) to display something you are talking about, for example. In this tutorial, we what to show you how easy images can be added.
When adding images to your posts, please make sure you are using the "Advanced" editing mode. If you can see little icons like these, , you are in the advanced mode. If not, click on the "Go Advanced" button.
If the image is already on the Internet
If the image you wish to add is already on the internet, all you need is the complete address of the image. To determine this (if you are using Internet Explorer for example), simply open a window where the image you want to use is displayed and do the following:
Now click on the button for including images in your posts and paste the URL for the image in the box that appears and then on OK. Your image will now appear in your post. If you are using the plain text editor mode, you will see your URL between two [img][/img] tags.
If the image is on your Computer
If the image is on your computer, the easiet way to include it with your message is to upload it as an attachment. To do this, simply do the following:
Note: You can practice using the various tools, and seeing what they look like, with the Preview button. Your message will only appear in the forum after you have clicked on the Submit button.
Last edited by Peter Walker; 09-01-2009 at 22:17. Reason: Expanded the description
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