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posting pictures in blog.help needed

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LOTTOMIKE's avatar - cash money.jpg
United States
Member #7853
October 15, 2004
11338 Posts
Posted: July 28, 2006, 8:52 pm - IP Logged

someone told me i had a red X where i posted a family pic from my computer to the blog.i missed something somewhere on one of the steps.i'm not real computer fancy so it takes me a while to get the process down right.they said i had to upload it to my lp webspace.how do i get it to the lp webspace and where is that located?  not trying to sound dumb.any help is appreciated...........

    four4me's avatar - gate1
    United States
    Member #1701
    June 18, 2003
    8390 Posts
    Posted: July 28, 2006, 9:00 pm - IP Logged

    in the editor click this lil button  then put the url in the proper place and hit insert. then click this lil button Browse and copy the pic you should then be able to put it in your blog.

    hope i got this right.

      truecritic's avatar - PirateTreasure
      United States
      Member #22395
      September 24, 2005
      1583 Posts
      Posted: July 28, 2006, 9:09 pm - IP Logged


      Here are the instructions from Todd.


        New Mexico
        United States
        Member #12305
        March 10, 2005
        2984 Posts
        Posted: July 28, 2006, 10:09 pm - IP Logged


        If you still have trouble you might go to your premium member homepage, click FILE MANAGER.

        Click upload image

        Select 'Browse'

        Find the picture you want to upload.

        Upload it.

        Go to the File manager again.

        Find the picture you just uploaded and click it.

        When you see it, right click and select for properties

        Copy the URL of the pic from the 'properties' screen

        Now you can paste that URL into that screen you get on your blog editor when you click the tree.


        Some of the other ways sometimes didn't work for me, but that one always did.

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