Posting Images
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Some of you post beautiful images of the results of recipes you have tried. For example, HomeCulinarian, posted an image of the apple clafouti that she made. I would like to know the resources that you use to post images. I see in the FAQs that the image has to reside on a Web server and I understand that the image would have to be FTP to the server from the personal computer.

Thanks,
Barbara
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  Re: Posting Images by bfg (Some of you post bea...)
This is the thread I always revert to when I want to post photos. I hope this helps you!

http://www.forums.cuisineathome.com/ubbt...&PHPSESSID=
Theresa

Everything tastes better Alfresco!
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#9
  Re: Posting Images by bfg (Some of you post bea...)
Barbara, I post pictures quite often, but since I am so computer-challenged, I will let someone else tell you how it's done. I know just enought to be dangerous on here.

But, welcome back!!
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  Re: Re: Posting Images by chef_Tab (This is the thread I...)
Thanks, Theresa. That is the info I definitely needed! I figured that there had to be some free sites where photos could be uploaded.

Barbara
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  Re: Re: Posting Images by bfg (Thanks, Theresa. Tha...)
Most of my images live on my facebook page. I just use the address to show them here. Other photo hosting sites work, too.

I'd love to see what you've been cooking, BFG!
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  Re: Re: Posting Images by HomeCulinarian (Most of my images li...)
"I'd love to see what you've been cooking, BFG!" Ditto!

As a side note, I'm just waiting for the day that I run out of space on Photobucket. I guess I really should try to start using Facebook more.
Daphne
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