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Need help posting pics with my classified add

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Can anyone show me how to post some pics with the ad that I have for my fish house?

Thanks.

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First you need to upload your pictures to image shack or photbucket. Please resize so that there are a desireable viewing size. max of 600 wide is o.k. and a max resolution of 72 will be more than enough. After they are uploaded just copy the links that are provided by the image hoster. Next go to the spot in your post where you want them then click the image button located in the Instant UBB code area. Paste the link in the pop up box the comes up then hit enter/ok and your ready to go. Note each picture needs to be done individual. if you have three photos you will have to do this three times.

Also check the photo sharing forum. There is a post near the top that will also help

If you would like I can upload the images for U and then send you the links for U to post. I've done this for a few FM'rs and it would be no problem to do it 4 u also. In fact I called Tomfromblaine to help him out which would be no problem also.

mrairjer@att.net

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Thanks airjer, I will give it a try tonight. I will try to do it myself before I bother you with it. Thanks alot for your help.

krats

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Krats,

If you have any trouble. Feel free to send them my way. I'll get them up for you. If you send them please remember to send a link to the thread that you would like them in.

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Thanks Paul, it looks like I won't get a chance tonight, but I will get it done this weekend. I will be sure to contact you guys if I cannot figure it out.

Really appreciate the help.

krats

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Hi Paul, I'am also having trouble sending all the pic's that are requested from my add.Could I try to send them to you and have you post them on the add itself and that should eliminate all the pic sending?

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Sure can!!

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airjer,

Thanks for the help, I got it to work. You don't know someone in the market for a nice portable fish house do you?

Thanks again.

krats

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I guess I won't have to do the pic sending thing as the house is already sold!Thanks very much anyhow and thanks for the GREAT website!

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Hi Paul,It's me again.I just tried to send you some pics of my Eskimo Quickflip 3 so you could post them for me on the Ice fishing classified add section.Could you please let me know if the pics went through?Thanks for all your help!

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jlt-Paul is going to be out for a day or two.. he is shooting a Phesant hunting video in the dakotas... Pauls is a great guy, and will take care of it when he gets back for sure.

have you tried posting your picts on a free sight(photo hosting sight) and posting them yourself?

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I'm not leaving for another day. jltimm, I have not received any pictures yet. Please try again and make sure that you send the link to the thread that you would like them in.

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I will have to try to send them again,being that the first attempt did not work.I tried sending them to your e-mail,but as you said it did not work.If you do get them,I would like them posted in the Ice Fish'n for sale forum under Eskimo Quick Flip 3.Thanks for your assistance.

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JT,

Your pics are up

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Thank you VERY much Paul,your a great help!

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