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Guide to Posting Photos

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Forum Name: Guide to Posting Photos
Forum Description: Learn how to upload and display your pictures.
URL: http://www.kleenkuip.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=6833
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Topic: Guide to Posting Photos
Posted By: kkForumAdmin
Subject: Guide to Posting Photos
Date Posted: 18/November/2010 at 2:57pm
We love photos here on The Kleen Kuip Discussion Forum, and we encourage you to use them when they can better help to describe a machine, part, event, demo etc.
 
General rules of thumb: please be sure you don't post a photograph that's so large it fills the entire monitor when being viewed!
 
If you're posting a photo from an event, like a trade show or demo a truckmount or portable, please try to edit your photo size to be a maximum of 800x600 pixels (200kb).
 
Lastly, photos that you upload for your signature should be kept to about a 160x120 pixel (49kb thumbnail) size... plenty big enough for any photo you want to place in your signature block.
 
To make things easier for you when posting your photos, consider uploading them first to a free online photo-hosting service like: http://www.photobucket.com/ - www.Photobucket.com
 
If you only need to refer to a photo, and don't have to actually post the photo itself, copy and paste the [http][/http] text line from the photo-host site into your post here to provide just a link to the photo.
 
Thanks, guys (and gals!) This will make all of our lives easier and help the Moderators to better maintain this site!
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So to make a link, use the http tags as shown above, to display the photo itself right in the message, type the following (with NO SPACES)
[ I  M  G  ] paste url to photo here  [  /  I  M  G  ]
So it would look like this (again, remove spaces in the tags to actually make it work!)

You can also link to a YouTube video by using the (with NO SPACES) [ T U B E ] paste the YouTube numbered id from the url address (they usually look something like this "c41riIAJO2I" without the quotes) then follow it with the closing [ / T U B E ] tag.
 



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