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Note - This and three other pages dealing with posting images were made long ago to primarily assist people on a forum when trying to include pictures in a post. The basic approach is still probably of some help but recent methods may vary.
is a long overdue update (Jan 2007) now the
board runs on a later version of VBulletin.
It is also simplified, its purpose simply
being to point newcomers to the simple method
for attaching files - usually pictures. If rendered out of date again, it will still we hope act as a guide.
There are size limitations and not all file
types are supported - you will see the size
and file options when you get to the final
window from which you upload a file. Please
keep image sizes reasonable to assist download
speeds for others and reduce storage space
required on the server.
This first pic' below is what you should see
when you have hit ''reply'' (shortened in
height for this image) and where you will
type out your reply message text. The various
icons give options for text style changes,
adding hosted images, quotes etc. From this,
then scroll down .........
Having scrolled down a short ways will yield
this next pic' below. What matters is the
''Manage Attachments'' Button. Click on
You will notice already a reference to permissible
The image below shows what you should
see in a small new window which opens
after clicking on the "Manage Attachments"
button. Below this portion shown is the
list of permissible files and sizes -
check that out.
Either ........... use the top field and
''Browse'' button to navigate to your
image/file location on your computer hard
drive, and select it and ''OK'' it. Or
........ insert the URL of the image/file
source into the lower field (it may for
images actually work to just 'hotlink'
and place within ''img'' tags directly
in the reply test window, to get a full
Once info' is filled in, use the ''Upload"
button and wait for confirmation of success
then that window can be closed - and the
whole message submitted. The attachment
will show below your reply message as
a thumbnail image or file name, which
can then be accessed by others.
- keep images
a .JPG need
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