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rickshaw:
I can see the image.

Personally, I used Imageshack.  For a few dollars a month I have unlimited hosting. :thumbsup:

Pellson:
OK, now that the upload seems to be working, I really need to learn how to limit the size of the displayed image. Isn't there a code you can add to the "[img]"-sequence?

zenrat:
After img add "width=desired width".
So for example, if you wanted it 800 pixels wide your first set of square brackets would read;

[img width=800]

Pellson:

--- Quote from: zenrat on February 22, 2021, 03:25:27 am ---After img add "width=desired width".
So for example, if you wanted it 800 pixels wide your first set of square brackets would read;

[img width=800]

--- End quote ---

Awesome!  Thanks!

Weaver:
I use Flickr for 'serious' pics. It has some quirks, but it's okay.

The other thing I do for 'throwaway' pics, that will only be relevent for a short time, is post them to Twitter then link them from there. I've no idea how long Twitter will keep an image or if they have any upper limit on hotlinking, but I've never noticed one go down up to now.

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