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Old 06-19-2015, 12:08 PM   #1
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Uploading more than three photos at once

When I try to upload photos I can only add three photos to any album at a time, and those three have to be selected one at a time. How can I upload a batch at once?
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When I try to upload photos I can only add three photos to any album at a time, and those three have to be selected one at a time. How can I upload a batch at once?
Use a third party host like Imgur or Photobucket and copy and paste the url provided as you can see in the below example-


You can do a batch upload there, but copy and paste the urls singularly, or share the album (Imgur and Deviantart)
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There's not an option for me to upload to an album by pasting urls. There's only the option for uploading from the files on my computer. I have my album built and arranged on Photobucket with titles and everything. Is there not a way I can just stick it on here? Or at least not have to do each one individually?
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There's not an option for me to upload to an album by pasting urls. There's only the option for uploading from the files on my computer. I have my album built and arranged on Photobucket with titles and everything. Is there not a way I can just stick it on here? Or at least not have to do each one individually?
I upload from Photobucket all the time!
don't use the QUICK REPLY in the forum

use this button here, paste the picture's URL in the popup box

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I think we're on different pages here... I'm meaning specifically for uploading to an ALBUM, not inside a forum post. I can do that, see?
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I think we're on different pages here... I'm meaning specifically for uploading to an ALBUM, not inside a forum post. I can do that, see?
yep, wrong page....


But, when I hosted my webpage for limousine customers to retrieve their complimentary pictures, I used a free program XNVIEW that would batch process entire folders of hundreds of pictures.... and it would create the thumbnails and html tags for everything, then I'd ftp it to server.

could have a party's pics downloaded from camera, 500 pics, processed and uploaded with live URL in 30 minutes.
but, godaddy was my hosting service... whole different process unless you've got your own domain.

But XNVIEW has TONS of other features for BATCH PROCESSING large folders.
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