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How do you post multiple pics in one post?

Unread postby fla-gypsy on Thu Mar 20, 2008 7:05 pm

What is the process for posting multiple pics in one post, or can you do that?
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Re: How do you post multiple pics in one post?

Unread postby Mikey on Thu Mar 20, 2008 8:12 pm

Sure you can. Just hit the IMG button up there, put in the source of the picture (needs to be hosted somewhere else) and then hit it again for the next pic. You can keeeeeeeep doing it. Ya might annoy people with slower internet connections if you get too hasty but as an example, my pics are stored on my server at http://www.anitteb.com/pics/trailer. I linked the two pics for my signature, but you can link as many as you want.
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Re: How do you post multiple pics in one post?

Unread postby skipnchar on Thu Mar 20, 2008 8:43 pm

I'm just learning my way around this forum myself and I've been doing a little experimenting. I couldn't find any way to do it using the "upload attachment" feature. If you go through that process a second time it seems to just replace the first upload with the second one. Mikey is right though, that if the photos are hosted publicly elsewhere, like Web Shots or Photo Bucket, you just use the "img" tool several times and past the image location. If I'm missing something maybe PrivatePilot will come along and correct me.
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Re: How do you post multiple pics in one post?

Unread postby Justardnck on Thu Mar 20, 2008 8:49 pm

skipnchar wrote:I'm just learning my way around this forum myself and I've been doing a little experimenting. I couldn't find any way to do it using the "upload attachment" feature. If you go through that process a second time it seems to just replace the first upload with the second one. Mikey is right though, that if the photos are hosted publicly elsewhere, like Web Shots or Photo Bucket, you just use the "img" tool several times and past the image location. If I'm missing something maybe PrivatePilot will come along and correct me.

That is how I do it or I just manually type in the [img]addressofpic[/img]
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Re: How do you post multiple pics in one post?

Unread postby Mikey on Thu Mar 20, 2008 9:02 pm

Trying two pics....
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Re: How do you post multiple pics in one post?

Unread postby Mikey on Thu Mar 20, 2008 9:03 pm

Well, it worked for me. I just went to upload attachment and browsed for my pic, and then hit "Add the file".

Then I went back and hit Upload attachment and did it again and put a second picture in.

Is this what you were attempting to do?
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Re: How do you post multiple pics in one post?

Unread postby PrivatePilot on Thu Mar 20, 2008 11:47 pm

Yes, when adding pictures using the forums own image hosting options you do need to click the "Add the file" button between each image you select.

Once you attach one image, click "add the file", it will upload the image and then return to the post window. You can then perform the process again and again up to a maximum of 5 attachments which is what I think I configured the board to allow as a maximum.

With offline hosting using the [img] [/img] tags you should be able to add as many pictures as you please to any post, but you will need to use offline hosting.
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