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Old 09-21-2006, 10:25 AM   #1
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Hi everyone, its been a while since i have posted but i feel i must. I want to post some pics of my tanks becuase they are particularly beautiful at this moment...can someone tell me how to do it?
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Old 09-21-2006, 12:08 PM   #2
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if you have them on a web page you can post a link

otherwise if they are on your hard drive and not TOO big you can attach a picture when you make a new reply...(you have to hit post reply, can not do it in quick reply)
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Old 09-21-2006, 01:38 PM   #3
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Or you could post them in the gallery. Go to the top of the page and hit "Photo Gallery", from there pick "Upload Photos" on the left.
When the new page launches select the correct category (which I assume would be down towards the bottom - Members FW tanks)
Use the browse button to find the file you want to send then hit submit

(there are limits on the bottom of the upload page that you should read to make sure your photos are w/in the parameters)

Once posted one of the mods will approve the photos at which time they will be visible.

If you want to post the pics in a topic you can go to the photo in the gallery, copy the URL and paste it into the body of the message.

Looking foward to your photos
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my favourite way to do it is www.photobucket.com . this isa very easy site that allows u to upload a picture of any size and will resize automatically if it is to big. then there are links under every picture to make it show up on this site. the top link with bring u to the picture and the bottom link will actually make it show up in your post. very easy and fast. is it a planted tank by any chance? if it is u could post it in the aquascaping section so people can see what u have done and also give suggestions.
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my favourite way to do it is www.photobucket.com .
Agreed. I have about 100-200 pictures on that site right now. Super easy to use. Heck, it gives you exactly what is needed to post a picture on a site like this. Copy and paste!
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photobucket it is the winner i am getting way to many blurry shots buy once i figure out the correct setting i will show you guys what i did.
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