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picture in threads

how do i have my picture shown in the post? by itsmyjob
Posted: 31 Jul 13 (Edited 2 Oct 14)

We all love pictures because they explain much more than words...

but having to click 3 times to look at a picture is (sometime) frustrating.

You can share your picture directly in your post with the following steps.

make sure your file is small in size (kilobyte and actual pixel size) this will be better for all - png is a nice picture format

upload your file using the upload your file link and follow the steps to upload file.

When file is uploaded, Copy the link from the resulting box:

Back in your post, us the picture (CTRL + P) to insert a picture

and paste the link in to the URL field

then replace

[img http://files.engineering.com/


[img http://files.engineering.com/


you can use the PREVIEW as much as you want...

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