How to Upload pictures to the PC server

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How to Upload pictures to the PC server

#1 Post by TerryG » Sun Mar 10, 2013 11:43 pm

How to attach pictures
When you are posting a message you may have noticed there is a section just under the preview / submit buttons labelled "Upload Attachment"
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To attach a picture to your post click the "browse" button and a normal file browser window will pop up
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If you browse to where you have your picture saved then select it and press "open"
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You will then see the name of your picture appear in the attach box. Click the "Add the file" button and the PC forum will upload your file
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To insert the picture in to your post go to the place in your post you would like to put your picture and press the "place inline" button

You can then submit your post like normal and everybody will be able to see your image :)

There are a couple of restrictions on images uploaded to the PC forum server.
You can attach a maximum of 4 images per post and images can be no larger than 128kb in size.

If you would like to post higher resolution images then you can use photobucket and display the images in your post using the instructions here:
http://practicallyclassics.phpbbhosts.c ... f=2&t=4120
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Re: How to Upload pictures to the PC server

#2 Post by leslo445 » Fri Aug 02, 2013 9:35 pm

THanks for that,i`m thinking the problem is me or the laptop,i cant attach the pics to email either.
Will get a 6 year old to have a look for me tomorrow and let you know!
Thanks Les.

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