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Old 08-26-2003, 12:16 AM   #1
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can any body tell me how to post my 2000 on this site ?
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You mean a picture of it? You can upload an Avatar in your profile (with the size restrictions)....that'* the little pic to the left of each post, and you can post a pic by using the image tags. You MUST have the pic on webspace or a server FIRST. You can only LINK to the pics here. The format is this:

[img]http ://www .imagelocation.jpg[/img] (no spaces)
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The pic needs to be on the web somewhere. Cardomain.com is popular. Then you use the Img tags located near the top of the reply area.
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The pic needs to be on the web somewhere. Cardomain.com is popular. Then you use the Img tags located near the top of the reply area.
I hate to sound dense here but can't we just allocate some space somewhere on Bonnevilleclub.com for the images? It would make the archives a little more reliable if you're able to store the images along with the text, maybe not necessarily for plain conversations like we're having here, but at least for technical stuff like the TechInfo articles, where pictures would really help a lot.
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Last time I checked Jeff doesn't have the space to do it. Only enough room in the registry to post one picture.

Jeff? whats your call here? can we allocate some BC space?
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Last time I checked Jeff doesn't have the space to do it. Only enough room in the registry to post one picture.

Jeff? whats your call here? can we allocate some BC space?
It'* like this: I've got a bunch of photos I took during the A/C evaporator replacement that might make for useful illustrations with a TechInfo article on the subject, but as it stands right now, we could only put the text up in the TechInfo area, and the illustrations would have to live on some completely-different domain someplace else. That doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me...
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