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Old 08-25-2015, 09:00 PM   #1
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How to post PICTURES AND VIDEO on skoolie (edit in OP)

I have a commitment from the Site Team that if anyone wants to post instructions on downloading pictures here they will make it a sticky.

Is anyone out there that would like to explain to the Newbies exactly how to download pictures here. It seems like most every Newbie has the same to say " tried to download pictures but blah blah, blah).

It's not until someone tells them "you can't load pictures direct to here" that they finally are successful. I know it is frustrating trying to do something that is soooooo easy on other sites only to have it fail time & time again here.

You don't realize that your attempts are not the problem. Most of us feel that we must be doing something wrong and try & try again. It's not until one of us that have already gone thru the pain of trying tells them "We use Photobucket or Imgur to load pictures to here" that they realize it's not what they are doing but what the site will allow that is causing the problem.

The more detailed you can be the better they will have of being successful.

Remember

" WITHOUT PICTURES IT DIDN'T HAPPEN"

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PAGE 1 HAS PICTURES THROUGH PHOTOBUCKET

PAGE 2 HAS VIDEO ATTACHING THROUGH YOUTUBE
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Old 08-26-2015, 12:07 AM   #2
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Putting pics on this site requires "Uploading, not "Downloading".

Nice thing about using a hosting site like Photobucket VS uploading to this site is, you can use the same links on as many forums and sites as you like. You can even connect them to Facebook.

I would hate to have to upload the pics to all five sites I post on.

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Old 08-26-2015, 04:44 AM   #3
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Use a third party site like Photobucket or Imgur, and use the link provided, as highlighted in the picture below-
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Old 08-26-2015, 06:26 AM   #4
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1st you need a place on internet to keep pictures, I use photobucket and it's free, others use other places

Once you upload your pictures to photobucket, you can look at your library and see pictures and choose one to post online



move mouse to upper corner, and a menu drops down



left click share links


then left click on last option which is IMG



it will copy to your clip board

then you can right click and "paste" into responce box



it will put the IMG file string for you



hit preview or advance to see how it worked



see?easy...
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bansil, you beat me to it, I was just getting ready to post basically the same thing.
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Hey Bansil, is that a BHP?
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Hey Bansil, is that a BHP?
..........Yup
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How about a how to embed tutorial?

I thought it was around here somewhere ????

I will edit and clean up when we get all the info we need in one spot

WHERE SHALL THIS GO??? TUTORIALS iguess will be best

just give me a collective place to pin it
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Great job guys.

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