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« on: March 23, 2009, 03:34:05 PM »

Welcome to the discussion forum. Before you go on, please read the followings.

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« Last Edit: August 24, 2015, 01:42:38 PM by Rodney »


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« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2010, 11:38:25 AM »

How to post a photo?
First, your photo must be stored on the internet and has a URL, or web address (ie.

If your photo is not stored on the internet, you can set up an account in one of the free photo gallery website. We recommend or

If you are a FWR subscriber (see below) already, you can set up an album in our photo gallery (what is this?) and upload the photos onto it. Please email me at to set up the album.

Once your photos are on the internet, you have to obtain the web address of the photo that yo wish to post. Simply put your mouse on top of the photo, right click, select Properties. Highlight the Address (URL) and copy it (right click, select copy).

In the field where you want to post your message, add in the following code.

Code: [Select]
[img] [/img]
or click on the once and the code will show up.

Insert the web address/URL of your photo in between the two codes by paste.

It should now look something like:

Code: [Select]

If you are using Photobucket. Follow the steps below.

1) Go to your album page in your Photobucket account. Find the photo you want to post and the IMG code field below it.

2) Click in the field and highlight the entire code. Right click on your mouse and select "copy".

3) In your message posting field on the forum, right click and select "paste".

4) Once pasted, you should see the IMG code in your message field.

When this is posted, the photo will show up.