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  • Image uploading Guide

    To post an image onto the forum, just simply follow these 7 simple guidelines.

    1 ) Join a photo hosting site, such as Flickr, Photobucket or one of the many others.

    2 ) Log into your photo host account and click "browse"

    3 ) Find the required image in your files and click "OK"

    4) Once the file is uploaded, find the image on the host.

    5 ) Copy the image URL ( right mouse click > copy )

    6 ) Come back to the forum and in the new post window click on

    7 ) Finish writing your post and the click "Submit"


    Another way to upload an image to the forum is to do the following and store the images in your own Album

    1 ) Log into the forum and click "User CP"

    2 ) On the left hand side, find and click "Pictures & Albums"

    3 ) Next, click on "Click here to add an album and start uploading pictures!", if you dont already have an album

    4 ) Give your album a title and description and decide whether to have it private or public, then click Submit

    5 ) Click "Click here to upload pictures!"

    6 ) Click "Browse" and find the required image, then click "OK"

    7 ) If you wish to upload more images click the next "Browse" button and follow step 6

    8 ) Click "Upload image"


    To upload images to your album the image must NOT be ;

    Larger than 97.7 KB in size, and

    Larger than 600 by 600 Pixels in dimention


    I hope people find this little guide helpful and easy to follow

  • #2
    here is a previous thread with instructions
    http://www.craftsforum.co.uk/showthread.php?t=15191
    full time mum and very very part time crafter.

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    • #3
      Maybe making this sticky would be a good idea

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      • #4
        Originally posted by snowgoose View Post
        Maybe making this sticky would be a good idea
        the original thread is stuck already!
        full time mum and very very part time crafter.

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        • #5
          sorry, there just seemed to be alot of people who didnt know how to do it.

          I was just trying to help

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