Once you have created a account you will upload photos to your photo bucket account. Once the photos have been uploaded you will see a series of codes below the picture. Copy and paste the code that says IMG Code into your post.
When you copy paste an IMG code from photobucket you will see the pic within the post, like this:
If you are posting multiple pictures be sure to put a space in between the codes. This will stack the pictures on top of each other. If you put them side by side and do NOT put a space between the codes, this will cause the forum tables to break, and we will have to delete your photos.
Post by pear2apple on Jun 20, 2008 12:32:24 GMT -5
What size should my pictures be? They are turning out to be much larger than they should be, even when I resize to "avatar" size on Photobucket. Should I resize them in Photoshop to a certain size before posting on Photobucket?
Post by Forum Administrator on Jun 20, 2008 12:40:28 GMT -5
Basically as long as they dont "squish" the box on the left (where you avatar pic is, your user name, etc) then its okay. If the pic is so big that its causing people's user names to break onto two lines like:
then you know you pic is to big. Does this make sense? There isnt an acutal pixel size limit, its more like "dont break the forum table and its all good".
Post by sherrylynne on Oct 31, 2010 14:24:38 GMT -5
You can also use the "generate html code" When you scroll over the pic, and the menu drops down, tick the little square. Then on the bottom right of the page, you see an option of "generate html and img code". Click that, and then copy "IMG clickable thumbnails for message boards - recommended " and paste here. It does only show a thumbnail pic, but that can be clicked on to enlarge it.