Originally Posted by 3forward2back
... I seem to be having trouble uploading pictures,..
Get a free photobucket
account to store your photos on. Then once you have them on photobucket, open a pic (to where it's the only image you will see... just click on the image). On the right hand side you will see ... "Links".
Under "Links" I tend to use either "IMG code" or "IMG thumb" Bear in mind that if one right clicks on the full size image in your post ("View Image"), they will see a larger image. great for those large images where the right half is clipped off. It will open in the same window as your post. If you right click on the thumbnail, you can open the photobucket page image in another tab. This is good for the images that have extra text included on the Photobucket page. If you clicked on the thumbnail image, you would see that I included text that states the pic was taken from the overlook.
This is a picture of the campground at Bottomless Lakes State Park outside of Roswell, NM. It is a public campground so it is in my "Skoolie Friendly Campgrounds" sub-album. Has some full hookup sites (W/E/S). It's cheap enough for an overnight or a stay of less than a week. More than that & it's cheaper to stay in a private RV Park like the one we live in. We have pretty consistently found that if you plan on staying a week or more, private parks are cheaper with their "long stay" discounts than MOST public parks. Single nights in private campgrounds are very expensive. But I diverse........ Back to the post a pic.....
To place the image in the post I simply go to the photobucket page the image is on
and LEFT CLICK "IMG code" to copy the code. The I came back to this page ("post a reply") and pasted (Ctrl v) the whole line I copied off the photobucket page which includes the IMG brackets so you would not use the "Img" button on the "Post a reply"age.
This is the large image.
This is the same image but I copied the "IMG thumb" for a thumbnail size image.
There are other ways to do the same thing. But this is the easiest for me.
Note: don't rearrange your photos AFTER you have linked to them, You will break the links. that means no images in your posts. You can make multiple sub albums off your main album.