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Binford October 22nd, 2008 08:37 PM

Updated pic-posting help
 
Imageshack started acting strangely for me, so I tried Photobucket and REALLY liked it! It's SOOOO much easier.

Therefore, I have just updated the "Ultimate in pic-posting help" sticky at the top of this here Open forum.

If anyone is new to posting pictures, I'd sure appreciate it if you would give it a try and see how clear the instructions are. Any suggestions for anything I may have missed, or assumed you would know, would be most welcome.

Thanks! :welcome:

jlogan October 22nd, 2008 08:53 PM

I just posted a pic in the modified forum using your new instructions. I've posted pictures a couple times before using imageshack (I thought something looked different). Your instructions were very easy to use. I like that photobucket will copy the link with only one click. Thanks for the updated instructions.

Binford October 22nd, 2008 10:54 PM

Glad it worked! Thanks for the input.

randyscycle October 23rd, 2008 07:59 AM

I may just switch myself....Imageshack seems to have been impossible to even get onto their site lately.

vacca rabite October 23rd, 2008 09:07 AM

I still argue the Flickr (http://www.flickr.com) is a superior online image host.

Automatic resizing. Your images don't go away for bandwith reasons (the do on ishack and photobucket). Free. FAST.

Cheap paid upgrade if you think a pro account is worth it (and it is).

I don't work there or anyhting, I'm just a really happy customer.

Zach

Binford October 23rd, 2008 10:12 AM

Glad to hear of options, Zach! I'm not married to any of them. Just picked one that I worked with and could do a write-up on fairly easily. Whatever works! But glad to know more about Flickr. Never tried them, but perhaps now I will!

The same general steps that are followed to post on Photobucket will apply to Flickr or any other, I'm sure. So once one is familiar with one, switching would be easy.


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