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This is a new site and we have a long way to go to perfect it. What would you like to see? Any additional features or topics? Let me know.

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The thanks button, and more smilies.

CT was a pretty good optioned forum.
 

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What about a mobile app like CT or if thats too costly put the forum into the tapa talk app.
 

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Right below the type box there are some options.


Part way down is the manage attachments button.
Click on that and then you'll have to browse to where your photos are stored on your computer.

Similar to attaching to email.
 
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HOW do I post some pictures
Step by step please I can be tech challenged sometimes
like this.

01-16-2011, 08:50 PM #1 480sparky
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How to Post Photos & Images : 2011 Update
In order to post (insert) photos and images on this forum, the image must have a URL address. Something like http://www.hereiswheremyphotois.jpg.
Images on your computer's hard drive cannot be displayed as the forum does not have access to your hard drive. You must have this URL address in order to post a photo.

How to post photos & images:

1. Open an account at http://www.photobucket.com. It’s free.
Upload your images there.

2. Remember that the larger the image size, the longer it takes to upload and download. Keep that in mind, especially for our users that have dial-up internet service. If need be, please resize your photos before uploading them. If you have a standard, free PhotoBucket account, your images will be resized automatically to 600-pixels in one direction at a maximum.




For this demonstration, I will use my image of a 1953 Codebook.




3. When you want to post an image, find the image in your Photobucket account. There will be a line below the image titled "Image Code", andwill have the URL address for that image. Highlight that line, then Copy (Ctrl+C) the information. (In some cases, the URL will be automatically copied when you click on it. If you have set up your account to do this automatically, then “Copied” will appear there when the information is placed in your Clipboard)



4. Now go to the thread you wish to post your photo in, and begin your response.





When you get to where you want to insert an image, place your curser there and Insert the URL (CTRL+V).





The Image Code that you copied from the PhotoBucket page will appear when you Paste (CTRL+V) it. It will be the URL of the image wrapped in the Image tags the forum software will need in order to show the image.
Don't worry that you don't see the image or the text looks like mumbo-jumbo.... it's just HTML.



If you click on “Preview Post”, the image will be displayed. If it’s not the right image, or not where you want it, scroll down and choose to edit it.




Once you've got the post the way you want it, go ahead and "Submit Post".
 

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Now, if the image you want is on a website other than PhotoBucket, you can still post that image here.

Simply go to the website, and right-click on the image. Then choose View Image Info, Properties or Image Properties (the actual ‘title’ will depend on your browser). The image’s URL will then appear, and you can hightlight it then Copy (CTRL+C) it. For this demonstration, I will use the NFPA image of the 2011 NEC:



Place your cursor at the location in your post you want the image to appear, then click on the “Insert Image”
icon.





A small window will appear, asking you for the URL of the image you want to post. Simply Paste (CTRL+V) the URL you copied into it, and choose OK.





And the image appears!

 

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This site needs company rating systems.

You should offer a "NO CRYING" thread that allows members to rate a REO or PP company by name that is not difficult to deal with and pays in reasonable timeframes.
Rate them on a scale of A-F, but must give reason for rating with specific situations that occured deserving their score.
State if they pay 15-30-45 or more days from invoice and how(check, Direct Deposit etc.)
Not to be a complaint thread but have member post the REO or PP company name in the title, then in the message descibe their real work experience with that particular company and drop a grade on them. This will help us show one another (other members)who is better to work with for all members to see and share.
This would be of great benifit to members which is the purpose of a great site like this.
Just a suggestion but would have to have some rules so it doesnt turn into a thread for whiners but one for professionals.
 
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