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3 years 2 months ago #46 by 15063
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Please ignore this pic... I'm writing a "How To" on posting pics using this....

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3 years 2 months ago #48 by 15063
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So I understand some folks are may struggle with posting pics to the new site. Hopefully this will help. Most forums don't have the resources to house every picture everyone wants to post for all eternity. The answer is to put your pictures on a site created for just that. So, I'll try to provide a little instruction on how to do that, to host them on the web and share them in forums. Bare in mind I have nothing to do with the operations of this or any other site... just a techie that's done this a few times.

To begin, you need a place on the web to put your pictures. There are lots of sites for this. I use photo-bucket as it's free for limited use. You may like other sites better. This post will reference how to do it on photobucket only, as that's the way I know.

First, log into photobucket.com and create a free account. You'll have to do that part on your own, as I already have one.

Once you have an account, just click on the "upload" button. you should see something like this:
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click on the "choose photos and videos" button. You should see something like this:
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select the photos you want to uplaod and click on the open button. you should see something like this:
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to be continued....

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3 years 2 months ago #49 by 15063
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once it's completed, click on the "library tab" toward the top. It should show your phots like this:
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Click on the photo you want to post, so it becomes the only one on screen like this:
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now, on the right hand side, you'll see a list of options... click on the box next to "IMG".
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It will turn yellow and say coppied to clipboard. (I couldn't get a screenshot of that). Now go to the airheads site, enter the dialog box where you want to put your pic, and right click and select "Paste". You should see something like this:
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Now just click the submit button... you should see your pic on the post:
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That's all there is to it. Hope that helps!!!

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3 years 2 months ago - 3 years 2 months ago #51 by 14652
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Here's one of my airheads. It's a 1974 R90S....that's what it started life as, anyway. Its previous owner abused and neglected it into a very derelict mess of a bike. I rescued it and gave it a new life...I believe in "recycling" these legendary motorcycles, for sure! Some will hate it, I know. But it is what it is. Anywho, here is my R90SS.....
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Antny

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3 years 2 months ago - 3 years 2 months ago #52 by 4713
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You do have to host your pictures on a image hosting service
You right mouse click on the image and copy link location
then past the link




Im not a complete idiot . . . . . Some parts are missing 8)
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3 years 2 months ago #53 by 11307
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1975 R90S taking a break in the shade at the Wiggins, MS train depot.

"Here, hold my beer. I'll show you how it's done"
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