How to upload images to the forum

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How to upload images to the forum

by Tech Support on Fri Jul 21, 2006 5:55 am

You can not attach files or images to this user forum directly, but you can include images using the attribute. The file itself must be on another server.

For example, you can upload the image here:
http://tinypic.com/

Here is a test using the tinypic service:
Image

Please note that iOpus is not affiliated with the tinypic service. If you know other services, please feel free to suggest them.
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Re: How to upload images to the forum

by JimVernel on Tue Apr 01, 2008 7:32 pm

I just found
http://www.picamatic.com

Their interface is extremely easy and they allow to upload unlimited amount of images in just a single click!
Works fast, moreover, has absolutely no ads!
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NEW: How to upload images to the forum

by Tech Support on Tue Jul 01, 2008 2:33 am

We updated our user forum. You can upload images now directly:

Here is how it works:
1. Select the "Upload Attachment tab"
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2. After the upload, select "Place inline", so the image appears directly inside your post.
placeinline2.png


3. Done! The images are visible just like in this post.
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Re: How to upload images to the forum

by helpviavideo on Wed Oct 07, 2009 1:36 pm

I've made two videos with point and click instructions on how to upload photos to a forum. One video is explicit detailed instructions on uploading and the other is on how to quickly resize your photos.

Uploading to forum instructions

http://helpviavideo.com/watch.php?vidid=34

and resizing

http://helpviavideo.com/watch.php?vidid=33

I think these videos should really help out many forum members who are struggling with this.
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