August 5, 2008Simply open the picture you want to post, put your mouse (pointer) on the picture and right click, at the very bottom is properties, left click on properties, then on the Adress:URL line triple click the web adress until both (Sometimes 3)lines are highlighted then right click the highlighted lines, when you do that a box comes up with copy in it, click copy. Then go to to the page ****or**** post you want to put the picture on and right click and the same box you hit copy on comes up and then left click on paste. Your picture won''''''''''''''''t show up but the web adress url will. Next time that page ****or**** post is opened there will be your picture, any picture whether its in your gallery ****or**** from any web page. Hope this helps some who are still having trouble posting pics.
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August 5, 2008Oh and make sure the .jpg is all lower case, if not it will just create a link to the picture
August 5, 2008Good tip, although I''ve never had the .jpg be capitalized.
August 5, 2008
sweet it worked. Thank you.
August 5, 2008Thanks for the tip, i spent about half an hour last night trying to post a pic, and i finally just gave up.
August 5, 2008I have a website i use that will put it all caps every once and a while
August 5, 2008Now when can we upload *or* new pictures ????
August 5, 2008Hey Mike, that is what I''''m waiting on also. I mean just what exactly has changed with this site? Down for so long and no improvements? Maybe they were working on security issues is all I can suspect.
Also Mike that truck is a real head turner! Not usually a fan of the lower portion a different color, but that is the nicest I''ve seen like that, not over done. Sometimes all it takes is lift, wheels and tires and some window tint, GOOD JOB!!
August 5, 2008Thanks very MUCH !!!
All work was done from the TDS guys . Truck Source Diesel Chris A & Chris B
August 5, 2008You know Mike, when I first found this site we both had the same type of truck-white ext cab if I remember right and the 5.4. We really had to defend the 5.4. But now I wish my truck was exactly like yours. I have been watching for a crewcab 4x4 preferably gasser though, on ebay and the paper. I''d love to have a 12" lift on some 20''s on 40''s!