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I need assistance posting a photo. It fits all the criteria as far as kb and pixels. But it keeps failing to upload. Any suggestions?
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Re: Posting photo

The SN picture upload is a bit problematic... using a photo site like Photobucket.com makes it much easier.. upload your pics to the site (free and spam free), then post the IMG CODE in your post to show the pic directly (it's one of the 4 linking options). Doing it this way also allows lurkers/non members to see your pics.
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Re: Posting photo

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The SN picture upload is a bit problematic... using a photo site like Photobucket.com makes it much easier.. upload your pics to the site (free and spam free), then post the IMG CODE in your post to show the pic directly (it's one of the 4 linking options). Doing it this way also allows lurkers/non members to see your pics.

that's one way of putting it I suppose .....
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