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posting images
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How does one post images on the forum.....
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#2
You can upload attachments after clicking New Reply.

Or you can link directly to images on the web by putting
Code:
[img] and [/img]
around the URL.
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(2016-02-29, 08:15 PM)shadylane Wrote: You can upload attachments after clicking New Reply.

Or you can link directly to images on the web by putting
Code:
[img] and [/img]
around the URL.

thanks, I will give it a go
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Some of my gifs don't  work unless you click on them is that a site problem or is it the kind of gif I'm using?
 "It was me father, I killed the Dahlia" 
 







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Hmm.. Can you link to a post where this is happening? I see your last two images in the pet and basic cable threads show up ok.
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(2016-03-01, 09:35 PM)shadylane Wrote: Hmm.. Can you link to a post where this is happening? I see your last two images in the pet and basic cable threads show up ok.

http://www.roughingafterthewhistle.com/T...hday-Peter

post #4 you need to click it.
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Yep, when I click it it works for me dopp. I see your cake in full HD in all its dancing glory.
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(2016-03-01, 09:39 PM)shadylane Wrote: Yep, when I click it it works for me dopp. I see your cake in full HD in all its dancing glory.

hey Shady..i tried to post some pictures I took at the ACC with my Canon but they were all too big to be posted..i feel dumb for asking but how do I go about changing them so they will fit..? I take pictures on the highest resolution and because of that they are way too big as far as Megapixels..?
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Uncompressed photos directly from your DSLR camera will be huge. If you import them to your computer you probably have software that will compress them into web quality jpeg's. If not, there are online conversion sites to do that. I'll send you a PM.
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(2016-03-03, 07:20 PM)SNLeafaholic Wrote:
(2016-03-01, 09:39 PM)shadylane Wrote: Yep, when I click it it works for me dopp. I see your cake in full HD in all its dancing glory.

hey Shady..i tried to post some pictures I took at the ACC with my Canon but they were all too big to be posted..i feel dumb for asking but how do I go about changing them so they will fit..? I take pictures on the highest resolution and because of that they are way too big as far as Megapixels..?
Oddly enough, Microsoft Paint is incredibly efficient at resizing photos.

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I use paint for that too
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(2016-03-03, 11:07 PM)shadylane Wrote: Uncompressed photos directly from your DSLR camera will be huge. If you import them to your computer you probably have software that will compress them into web quality jpeg's. If not, there are online conversion sites to do that. I'll send you a PM.

hey thanks for taking the time to help me out..i have no patience for stuff like this so I will get my 17 year old daughter to do it for me..lol
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Is it possible to post an image that opens in a 'modal window'?
a.k.a. 'Lightbox'?

examples:
http://www.lokeshdhakar.com/projects/lightbox2/

https://liliputing.com/2018/01/80-asus-t...puter.html
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LIGHTBOX FOR IMAGES/VIDEOS

The most obvious use of modal windows is for the lightbox, which showcases images and video in a clean and usable fashion.

By using a lightbox for images, users don’t have to load a new page just to view a single image or video.

Modal windows also save space in the content layout by allowing you to show only the thumbnail of an image or video, which opens the modal window when clicked. By using a thumbnail instead of the entire element, you take up much less space and the layout looks more organized.
https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2009/05...eb-design/

IF Lightbox feature is not currently available at RATW,
possible MyBB Plugins?

I wonder though, why it has not made it to the core built-in functionality of the forum package yet?  Lightbox or equivalent is pretty much standard everywhere for at least a couple years now.
https://community.mybb.com/post-1200079.html

https://community.mybb.com/mods.php?action=view&pid=388

Lightbox in MyBB

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Yeah that's probably possible. I've added the lightbox script to a number of websites in the past so it would just be a matter of finding the right mybb template files the code needs to be added to. Might take a bit of time and I stepped away from administering this site last year to focus on real world stuff. I'm also not sure the feature would be used very much, but if enough people think so I can look into it.
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