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AudioGeek 4th July 2004 03:26 PM

why does my pics show as attachments?
 
i want to view all the pics in the photo gallery as pictures in the thread not links to the pic.

how do I do this???

I checked my options in DIYaudio and it has the box checked saying I can do that.

Is it a browser issue or security/virus issue??

I am using IE6.0

Thanks!!!!

pinkmouse 4th July 2004 03:32 PM

Due to bandwidth restrictions on the new Web Server, we had to try and reduce traffic, and the best way of doing this was to remove the automatic serving of pictures. Hopefully in the near future we will have a clickable thumbnail option, but that requires a lot of programming backstage.

Oh, and I moved your post to Troublsehooting where it belongs. ;)

AudioGeek 4th July 2004 03:38 PM

oh ok!!!
 
that explains it!!!

I was wondering where the H**l it went!! heheh

:)

hopefully the bandwidth issue will be resolved as I liked looking at the images as they came in....

oh well.

tbla 5th July 2004 05:26 PM

how do i post my pictures......?

joe carrow 5th July 2004 05:34 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by tbla
how do i post my pictures......?
Want to help out diyAudio.com even more? Host images yourself.

One place that should work well is http://photobucket.com/

I see other people use yahoo image galleries, but those don't seem to like links from the outside.

The way you make your images show up in the thread would be:

1) upload your photo to photobucket

2) Find the photo in photobucket, and copy the URL

3) in the thread you are posting on, click on the "IMG" button and paste the URL there.

4) Or learn HTML instead of the IMG button, then you can (i think) do things like make it clickable, resize it, that sort of thing.


AudioFreak 6th July 2004 06:57 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by joe carrow
4) Or learn HTML instead of the IMG button, then you can (i think) do things like make it clickable, resize it, that sort of thing.

HTML is not permitted as it is too easily abused.

joe carrow 6th July 2004 07:36 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by AudioFreak


HTML is not permitted as it is too easily abused.


That's really too bad, as I've invested some time in learning it. I hope you'll excuse my noctournal excursion from my usual knownedge but-

is " < a href = " url > link < a / > allowed?

also (the above) with an image as the link allowed? I really hope so. I'm new to the forum, but from other forums and my own website I am used to throwing around tags such as links, bold, italics, and size.

Don't mean to cause problems, I just didn't see it spelled out anywhere what we can and can't include in a post.

AudioFreak 6th July 2004 11:16 AM

All html gets stripped.

You can use the buttons on the new post page to do pretty much anything you need to get done.

peranders 6th July 2004 11:54 AM

Joe, haven't you noticed that you can do all that when you post? Just push the right button above, bold italic Underlined big red etc etc.

You don't have to learn anything :)


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