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Off-topic about pictures

Posted by justlinda (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 24, 12 at 21:12

Has anybody found a way to post more than one picture in a message?


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RE: Off-topic about pictures

I do it old school. Post it on a site like Picassa or Photobucket.

Then insert them with HTML. (img src=whatevertheimage'swebaddressis) but using the carets (Is that the word?) over the comma and period instead of the parentheses.

repeat.


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RE: Off-topic about pictures

Ummm...just figured a way to do it. Just post a new message as a follow-up to original message, and put a new picture. I think this should work. Just tried it...fingers crossed.


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RE: Off-topic about pictures

When you just post a new message with the second picture, it allows your post to sink rapidly with every subsequent post.
just paste 2 links in the body of a message. I am away and on a borrowed computer or I would give an example.


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RE: Off-topic about pictures

OH, well yeah you can just reply to yourself with the new photo (a long as you change the subject line sometimes).

Isn't that too easy though? :P


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RE: Off-topic about pictures

Geez, guess there's more than one way to skin a cat, eh? LOL


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