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Posted by Monicakm (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 10, 03 at 0:36

I didn't see an area for testing so this looked like the most likely forum to try my hand at inserting photos. Fingers crossed :o
Monica (from the Kitchen Forum)

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RE: One more time


img src=""

RE: LAST time!

RE: Test

Pbase may not allow direct linking. Paste the URL into "Optional Link URL".
Test Forum.

Here is a link that might be useful: Picture

RE: Test

Thanks. Pbase does allow direct linking (and I am a paying supporter)...I just don't know how to do it on this forum :( Below is the EXACT formula I was told I needed to use...

Of course replacing what's between the " " with my link. Are there any of those characters above that are not needed, for instance the " " or the < >?

Thanks and thanks for the Test Forum. I thought I'd seen that before but was looking in the wrong location for it.

RE: Test

They are all needed.

[img src=""] but replace the [] with the pointy beackets above the comma and period.

RE: Test

Monica, I looked at the code for your first try and you have everything correct, except you have http:// typed twice in your code.
This is what you used:
<img src="http://">
Type this one instead:
<img src="">

RE: Test

Hey nice picture of Bo and Kitty! Remember to put the above code where you want it to appear in your post just use the preview button.

RE: Test

You copied the URL from the Address bar. Right click on the pic, click Properties and copy that URL.

<img src=>

RE: Test

Really great picture Monica. How did you do it?

RE: Test

Monica, when you right click on the picture, you have to open it in another window, and copy THAT url, not the original url of the picture when it just opened.....

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