This may seem rudimentary to most of you, but I wanted to ask how to put a picture up under my name in my posts? In the Control Panel it asks for a URL and I don't quite understand how to do that. Please help!<br><br>
You need to first upload a picture , I think 64 by 64 pixels, to your server space. You usually get space with your ISP, or if you have .mac, you can use that.<br>Tell us if you have server space, if not, we can tell you where to get it, and then we will go from there.<br><br><br>[color:red]Listen...</font color=red>
Like Lori says, once you get your images up on the web somewhere, the rest is a piece of cake. If you need server space, let us know so we can all give you advice. We love to do that, especially if it all conflicts <br><br><br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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#48503 - 02/23/0310:37 AMRe: picture on this forum
I think it is 60 X 75 Lori, isn't it?<br><br>Lislaz, you might have problems with some ISPs though, just be forewarned. Sometimes you can't link a picture or file from some of them. <br><br>I would be glad to host your sig pic or avatar in the meantime, if you need that, until you find server space. Just send me a private message and we can work that out. I am sure that anyone else here with a .Mac account would offer to do that too. <br><br>
There's free avatar hosting sites around...do a search.<br><br>That's where some people put their avatars when they don't want anyone else to know who they are...<br><br>[color:red]Hold on, it's time for a </font color=red> <br>
Excellent! You guys are really great -- unfortunately, no extra excitement. You didn't conflict. Darn.<br><br>How worth is it to sign up for .mac? The macstaff was trying to sell it to me but if I'm not well-versed in html how useful is it?<br><br>
Your question sounded normal to me. I asked it myself and like you was rewarded from the folks here with many offers for help. I love my mac but it is a daily struggle to try and learn. You are not alone, there are more of us then we let on. <br><br>
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