Discussion in 'Photos' started by Larry (Omaha), Nov 2, 2018.
This is a test
While were testing, I want to see what happens when I upload a picture without reducing the size of it first to the recommended 800 pixel width.
This picture is 1596 pixels X 994 pixels.
This picture is 3109 pixels X 1289 pixels, 2.86MB. and I left it showing as a thumbnail.
When I tried to load a picture a little larger than this I got an "ERROR" and it wouldn't load.
When all is said and done with I think using the 800 pixel size that is recommended is probably the best idea. It will upload much faster and show up on peoples screens faster too.
EXACTLY HOW DOO TOU UPLOAD A PICTURE
ALL MY ATTEMPTS CAUSE THE PICTURE TO SHOW UP ON MY SCREEN AFTER ELIMINATING THE FORUM ENTIRELY/
Well, the damn thing didn't enter the text so, here goes again:
To add a picture to your post you should see a "Upload a File" button.
Click on it and it will open a window that shows what pictures your computer has stored in it.
If it isn't going to the right place use the "LOOK IN" button and navigate to the place where your picture is stored.
Click on the picture you want and poke the "OPEN" button.
That should make the forum computer copy the picture.
IT will give you two options. Thumbnail and Full Size.
Click on the one you want to use.
The thumbnail image will be small, at the bottom of your post. If someone clicks on it, it will open a full size picture of the image.
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