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Old 05-10-2008, 10:55 AM   #1
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Photo Help

Can someone please explain how to add photos to my post? I have a trailer for sale, and I would like to get noticed.

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Old 05-10-2008, 12:38 PM   #2
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Re: Photo Help

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Can someone please explain how to add photos to my post? I have a trailer for sale, and I would like to get noticed.

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There's a "sticky" message thread right near the top of Sunline Community on How to Post a Picture on SunlineClub. That should answer all of your questions.
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Old 12-08-2010, 07:19 AM   #3
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Question Additional Photo Query...

Andy, Janet.....

The sticky on how to post a photo is clear, but I'd like to know why it needs to be so complex to post one here on SOC.

Many sites allow one to simply copy a photo from one's computer desktop or file, and to paste it into forum narratives.

Could this be a possible (and very positive) upgrade for SOC?


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Old 12-08-2010, 09:42 AM   #4
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It's likely this will never be an option. It comes down to security. In order to do what you are proposing, we would have to 'read' your computers clipboard. You might have content there we shouldn't see or you might have some malware. So while it's a little bit of a hassle to upload an image, in the long run it's safer for us and the end user as well.
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Janet.....

Thank you. I appreciate the explanation.

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I have tried every way possible to post a photo using Web Shots to my profile with no success. I followed to the tee the various instructions posted in the forums. any help would be appreciated.
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Can you post the link to your web shots account so we can help show you how to do this? I know we have web shots pic folks here and they may be able to help quicker but I know I have helped other web shots folks post. I just have to hunt for the right format. Once you find the right format link it is easy.... Just finding it is the issue

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I think this is what you are asking for matt1946's photos and albums on webshots
0910001753a pictures from travel photos on webshots
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Hi Matt

OK I can follow the path to your photo site and since I can see it, it is then public. And the reason I asked for the link is Web shots has changed the site since the last time I was there. I have Photo Bucket and they too have changed the site...... just when you figure it out, they move things all around...

Here see your very nice looking truck and that great Sunny behind it.


Now how did I do that...

Go to your web shots account like this


Then pic the picture you want to post here on SOC


Then in the bottom of that view screen is the little icon with a blue stripe on top next to the Face book icon. It says Copy Code to forums. Press it and it comes up like this.


Now it gives you options on the size. Pic the box labeled 600 as that is 600 pixels wide. That creates code that make the pics 600 wide and 640 is the widest we want to use here on the forum so it doe not scroll the screen by folks with older monitors. If you want smaller pic, then select the smaller pixel sizes.

Then go down in the bottom where it says "post in a forum" Click the code in the box, it will turn blue. Then right click and "copy" the code into your PC scrape buffer.

Then flip over to SOC in a post or reply and right click your mouse again and do "paste"


It puts that code all in at once. With the new forum software it will accept that code and will post the pic when you submit the post.

Hope this helps and now that you know how to posts pic, share with your friends here.... That is a nice looking 2004 camper. It has a lot of the same build as mine.

If you need more help, ask away.

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Here goes my friend....
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Thanks for all your help John...looks like it worked Now how do I do this as my profile photo? Is it done the same way?
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Hi Matt

Cool, now you got it!! So lets see more of the Sunline in action!!!

Now to the sig. Well yeh, it is about the same way. Since you created a sig you already know to go to the User CP up on the top left of the forum screen

Then go to Edit Signature under the Settings and Options group.

Once in the Edit Signature it will look like this.



I noticed a hot link to your camper picture in your sig. What you did was inserted the picture link in your sig words area and that created a hot link, not a picture that will view. So go ahead and erase the hot link out of that profile area.

Then scroll down a short ways on that same screen. You will see a signature picture box. Looks like this



Now here you can insert from your web shots a picture path. Put it in the Option 1 to be linked in from another web site. Or you can upload it from your PC using Option 2.

There are size requirements on the sig pics. Actually I think the forum software will shrink it if you do not. The max forum size is 468 x 100 pixels and no more then 100 meg. So if you have photo editing software shrink your pic down and crop to that size and then either upload it to your Web shots site and use option 1 or upload it direct to the forum using Option 2. Once you fill in Option 1 or Option 2 press the Insert Picture tab. It should then insert the pic after the words of your signature. Then if you like it in the preview, do a "save signature" and it should update in every one of your posts.

You can try linking in the pic you have now in Option 1. The forum software may shrink it automatically. I know it does some auto shrinking I just do not know how much.

Good luck and ask away if you get stuck. We have many here who have done this before too.

Looking forward to seeing your sig pic

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Matt, I see you have the sig pic working. Good job!
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John, Thanks for all your help as I could have not have done this without it. I will be posting more photos now of my TT & Travels as soon as I get the Sunny out from under the tarps. Was looking at it today & thinking of spring & on the road again. Planning to go across country perhaps this year. Once again thanks. May this coming year be a blessed one for you bring you health, prosperity & peace
PS without making myself a pest how do I put a photo in my User CP under my name like yours?
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