You can simple paste the whole url in your post and people can click on it with this forum. If you want to make it so it opens on another page though you need to place the url between tags. You will see a url button in your ... the [url] tags. If you want to get very flash you need to have after it then right what ever word you want people to click to take them to the page your linking, once done end with so the whole line would look something like thisEvoforce wrote:Alright next question. How do you post up a link for someone to just click on and go to it?
My first sentence explained what you have just typed, the address you refer to as http etc etc is calle d a URL. Find it hard to fathom someone that can build a pc and join an internet forum hasn't stumbled on how to cut and paste...dogman wrote:Sorry the instructions were still hard to understand. I just recently got walked by the hand through posting a link. I didn't know how to copy and paste. Baby stuff, but I had never done it.
Open the page you want to link to in another window. Up at the very top there is the page address, http:// etc etc etc. Put the mouse cursor on that, and click the right button on the mouse. Select copy on the box that pops up, and click the left mouse button.
Then go back to the page where you are writing the post, and put the cursor where you want the link to appear if it's not in the right place already. That's move the pointer, and left click. Then click the right button and a box pops up. Click on the word paste with the left button.
That should do it.
Gee,,, I hope you are going to put that bike into the next race in Tucson. Or at least run some laps in the practice session.
No ...but Evoforce stated in his OP that he could so i figured he coulad already at least 'cut & paste' hencedogman wrote:Well I was one. I never built a computer,
hehehe... i believe AutoCad replaced the slide rule aEvoforce wrote: P.S. I might just have to relearn how to use a slide rule.
I pefer Pix Resizer also doesTylerDurden wrote:For resizing I suggest using Irfanview batch feature.
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One way is to make a post just for storing images. You can use this topic: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... ?f=1&t=144 . It's kind of a catch-all topic, from the early days.... just add a post to the end and tel visitors to disregard it.NeilP wrote:EDIT 2....but now image appears twice...once between image tabs and once at bottom of thread as attachment. Can they be uploaded to ES server and just be placed with image tabs and not appear as attachment?
Why do you not want to just use the Place Inline function? Is something about the image not displaying the way you want it to?NeilP wrote:I see that you can first use Place Image In Line, submit the post and View it, then right click the image, and Copy Image Address,
then go back and edit the post , removing the inline pic and using the [Img] tabs, but wondered if there was a way to get the ID of the uploaded image directly after attaching
Probably no reason...I was focused on getting the image tags to work from files uploaded to the ES server...I was thinking Image tags...not Place in line...which does work as well...except if I was lazy with my re sizingamberwolf wrote: Why do you not want to just use the Place Inline function? Is something about the image not displaying the way you want it to?
nd save the IMG tags for images you want to put in a post that aren't attached to it.
Preview ...the very little used tool in many of my posts...force of habit I guess.I should use it more.amberwolf wrote: FWIW, you don't have to actually go back and Edit the post to remove the inline image, if you instead use Preview post instead of Submit post to see what it will look like. Just change the post itself before Submitting, below the Preview window.
Sometimes, it's useful to place images without the attachment frame...amberwolf wrote:Is something about the image not displaying the way you want it to?