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Old 02-01-2012, 05:52 PM
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Exclamation [GUIDE] How to post pictures on the forums.

I posted this over in my native 04-08 forum a while back and figured I should post it here since this is probably the biggest forum on here and prone to a lot of pictures.

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I've noticed there are quite a few newer members who aren't quite aware of how to post pictures, so I had some free time today and I thought I'd make a quick video on how to upload pictures to Photobucket and then post them on the forums. It's nothing amazing, but I think I explained it well enough. Feel free to simply link people here (or the video) if you need or contact me if you need any more help! Thanks!


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Hay Thanks, for posting and Reps sent your way. This is good for newbies, so we can refer to this when people ask how to post pics.
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Very good job and youtube film. My statement is ....in the marketplace when posting a Ford Truck Parts for Sale, in the area is says: (right above the "message:" box......."Upload / Manage Photos:"
Now what happens there? I can nothing to happen. Any advice? or is this a programming error?


Thanks....was able to upload pics to the thread
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Great instructions and tutorial.

In the interest of getting as much attention to this as possible and with a recommendation from Tom (Crazy001), I'm going to sticky this thread. Hopefully it'll get plenty of views at the top of the forum.

Thanks again Colby.
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Very good job and youtube film. My statement is ....in the marketplace when posting a Ford Truck Parts for Sale, in the area is says: (right above the "message:" box......."Upload / Manage Photos:"
Now what happens there? I can nothing to happen. Any advice? or is this a programming error?


Thanks....was able to upload pics to the thread
Some forums allow members to upload pictures directly from their computers to the forum. This forum does not allow that, which is why you have to upload them to a a hosting website. However, if they did, you would most likely be able to upload them right there. So the heading that says Manage/Upload Photos is still there, but there is just no option to do so.

Hope that answers it and thanks a lot to everyone for your kind words!
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job well done. thanks for the help
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Good info!

A couple other tips too:

If you are taking your pictures with an Android phone or iPhone, Photobucket has an app that allows you to upload your pictures directly from your phone and access all your pictures that you have uploaded. After you have uploaded them from your phone, you can access them via Photobucket on your computer, or you can post them in a thread right from your phone using the FTE mobile site.

You can also post pictures that you might find on other websites using the IMG codes. Simply copy and paste the URL of the picture and then place [IMG] in front of it and [/IMG] after it and then the picture will show up in your post.
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This is great stuff, tonight I'm copying this over to the 6.4L/6.7L diesel forums and the E-series van forum!
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Great video thanks
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Posting pics from mobile?

Any easy way to post pics from a smart phone??
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Never mind. good help on the you tube thx
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Never mind. good help on the you tube thx
Could you provide the link that you found? I too am looking for a simple way to post pics from a smartphone (iPhone).
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