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    I think the issue is that you just need to paste the code form photobucket into the body of the thread. You don't need to browse. Other than that not too sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raiders81 View Post
    I think the issue is that you just need to paste the code form photobucket into the body of the thread. You don't need to browse. Other than that not too sure.
    OK, so how do I connect photobucket to this forum? I havent been able to do it.
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    When you go to your album in photobucket, there are codes under the pictures.

    Click on the one listed as
    IMG CODE.

    Then paste the code into the reply. So you will have to go to the photbucket site then go to GT.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiders81 View Post
    When you go to your album in photobucket, there are codes under the pictures.

    Click on the one listed as
    IMG CODE.

    Then paste the code into the reply. So you will have to go to the photbucket site then go to GT.com

    I know you are trying to help, but I can't get it to work.

    Can anyone tell me if there is a way to resize pictures (& what is the size) & browse them onto the forum, or this impossible?
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    Does this help any? A right click on the mouse will also copy if you go down the bar. Paste in the forum and them click the ENTER KEY for the next one.
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    nice screen shots Joel. Im not sure how to be more descriptive. I hope he gets it
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    Maybe this will solve the issue.

    Select the image. Right click with mouse again. I find OPEN LINK IN NEW WINDOW is the easiest.

    You should be able to see the RESIZE button. If not, bounce through the tabs.

    Double Click RESIZE

    Adjust to your heart's content. Don't forget to hit SAVE.
    On this forum, I find it easier to type text before PREVIEW POST is hit. Once you do that, the images will show and it can be a bit of a bear typing around them.
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    Maybe such will help! HTML and PHPs can be a pain!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel View Post
    Maybe such will help! HTML and PHPs can be a pain!
    Thanks Joel, I'll try this.
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