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ACHTUNG! Short image posting tutorial

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To post images withing the meaage field of your posts use the following HTML code:

&ltimg src="http://www.myimageishere.com/image.gif">

you will need to do this for 18 images or however many you want to post. All this goes in the Massage box. Hit Enter key after each link to get to the next line.

Make sure you are posting a link to an image and not a page that contains that image. You will know that it's an imge if the link engs with either .gif .jpg or other image file extension. The two above are the most common on the internet.

Some Internet Service Providers (ISP) like Yahoo! will not allow you to post links to images stored on their servers on other websites. They loose add revenew that way. So you are stuck. But most of the ISPs that you use to get online will most probably provide you winth at least a little bit of web space. I believe 10mb is usually the norm. If you don't know that how to get to that space call thei tech support or check the Support documentation of your ISP.

so to post two of the Isetta images you will need to do this:

&ltimg src="http://netnet.net/~buchholz/Vintagedays03/Vintagedays03/10F03-9-13(13-47).jpg">

&ltimg src="http://netnet.net/~buchholz/Vintagedays03/Vintagedays03/11F03-9-13(13-47).jpg">

and the end result will be:



good luck,


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When you post and you see you have a subject.. a message box.. a link url.. a link title.. and an image url.. you put the image link you want into the image url.. and voliah.. it works ;) Like this

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