How to post pictures

Discussion in 'Forum Operation Technical Support' started by gsx455-4ever, May 4, 2017.

  1. gsx455-4ever

    gsx455-4ever Silver Level contributor

    I can't figure out how to add pictures to a For Sale Ad I want to post. I had no problems before the change . Help Please
     
  2. David G

    David G de-modded....

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  3. David G

    David G de-modded....

    You should see a button, "upload a file" in the lower left side of the thread page. Click it, then select the image on your PC, and post reply.
     
  4. David G

    David G de-modded....

    Or you can host your images on Photobucket.com on post the links to them here in your thread.
     
  5. gsx455-4ever

    gsx455-4ever Silver Level contributor

    Thanks David . Sometimes little things pose a challenge to me . Or as Peter Sellers would say , The " Chal Lounge ". All is good now .
     
  6. David G

    David G de-modded....

    Excellent, happy to help.
     
  7. BuickV8$Mike

    BuickV8$Mike Well-Known Member

    How about in Conversations?
     
  8. BuickV8$Mike

    BuickV8$Mike Well-Known Member

    There is no Upload a File?
     
  9. flynbuick

    flynbuick Super Moderator Staff Member

    Mike --click your "Edit" button on your post; then click "More options." Then you will see it.
     
  10. philbquick

    philbquick Founders Club Member

    I tried to load a picture, it said file too big. 5 min later I uploaded the same picture into the Turbo Trans Am site, which appears to use the same software, with no problem Wuz-up wit dat?
     
  11. Jim Weise

    Jim Weise GOT AIR? Staff Member

    How big is the file Phil? That size is a customizeable deal, each administrator will set the size limits.

    Our size limit is 800 x 800 px and 500000 KB

    JW
     
  12. DasRottweiler

    DasRottweiler -BuickAddict-

    I immediately get the error message, file too big. So I have to resize any pic I want to share to 800x800? This is using Chrome on my phone. I will try it with my tablet, and see how that works. Jim
     
  13. philbquick

    philbquick Founders Club Member

    Thanks Jim, I'll pay attention to that in the future.
     
  14. David G

    David G de-modded....

    800x800 is really as large as is needed on a forum such as this. That's a pretty big image, will show excellent detail as long as the image quality is good.
     

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