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Country: England Pets: Ants, 1 Canary, 4 Finches, 2 dogs and 1 wife Favourite Ant: Formica rufa & Camponotus habereri I Like: Daleks, History and good movies. I Hate: Very spicy food and hot curry. I Am: A Senior Citizen Joined: April, 2008 Likes: 3,493
Firstly you will need to have a photo hosting site. Good ones offer free membership and allow for the uploading of hundreds of photos, and will allow you to place these into different albums. I cannot speak for other members, but I have found Photobucket.com to be an easy and useful site for image hosting.
If you choose an account with them, all photos you upload onto their site give you a choice of links. I find the best link is the one which starts with these brackets [ as this shows as a large picture when posted; but please remember to resize your pics to a size suitable for the forum, as very large images are best posted as a direct URL link. By opening the links to your pics (at least with Photobucket) you simply click the link with your mouse, and it will automatically be copied into the mouse. Then when you wish to post it as a pic, you just paste it and it will show as the photo you have taken. The image link will be in between the brackets with the forward [ and end with the / bracket and will allow everyone to see the end result image.