If you want to include a picture within a post- (not the persona/profile/avatar image that appears next to the member name on their post each time) you need to have the picture available already uploaded online.
If you have a picture already uploaded online-like on Flickr, Facebook, Picasa, Picapp, Photobucket, a personal website, etc-then you just use the url for that picture.
Be sure you own the picture or have permission to use it. There are some free use picture sites so if you want a generic shamrock or beach or whatever out there but they will ask you to link back to their site. Please follow any rules the picture hosting site requires.
Once you have located a picture you want to use-find out the URL. For the example, I will use a picture here on WebMD:
To turn a url like that to a picture in a post, click the photo icon at the top of this box. It is the one that looks like a blue square in a Polaroid-sort of. Paste that entire url into the pop up box and here is that picture: View Thread
I remember after my first baby was born, during my second pregnancy Web Md changed the format... I was so confused.. here we go again! lol. This one does look nice though but then again i just signed on...
and btw I MISSED the board ssooo much yesterday, we had a SNOW DAY, so NYC schools were closed.. I was off and Nothing to do all day long View Thread
If you’d like to find which board went to which Exchange, then check out Find Your Exchange .
You can increase font size by pressing CTRL (or Apple Symbol) and the “+”sign.
Clicking the Discussion Index link on the left sidebar will help you follow Discussions in a more linear fashion.
“Bookmark this Exchange” at the upper right part of the page beneath the house icon, is a good way to find your favorite Exchanges. Once you do that, it will appear under “My Exchanges” on the left navigation bar.
Finally, to watch or follow a discussion, click on “Watch this Discussion,” found beneath each Discussion.
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