After you click "New Topic", "Reply" or "Edit", you will see a blank page or your former post in Edit Mode. Right below "Subject" above, one of the box is called "Img" (that means image).
1.If your photos are already loaded on the Internet (Facebook, Flickr, Photobucket, or others), it is the place to click to add your photos with the URL between the brackets [img]YOUR PICTURE URL[img]. I use Flickr, and there is an arrow at the bottom of each picture which leads to several tabs: I chose BBCode and copy this code directly into my post, and delete any text OUTSIDE the [img]LINK[img] brackets.
WARNING: Facebook changes the link of the pictures after a few weeks. A picture that works today might not tomorrow. I recommend Flickr https://www.flickr.com
Example: This link http://pic100.picturetrail.com/VOL1039/ ... 356943.jpg
is the picture of Egonzinc's DAK Tiger Crew. You can capture any picture link by "right clicking on the picture and choosing - Copy Image Address.
And below is how it looks after I click on "Submit" button
2. If you have these pictures on your computer, then look at the bottom of the page. You will find a box "If you wish to attach one or more files enter the details below." The box saying "Choose File"/"Add the File" will allow you to select the file on our computer and upload it on the forum. But be cautious, your picture cannot be more than 256 kb, or about a picture of 800 pixels by 500 pixels (approximately and it's plenty big to view on a computer screen). Locate a program to make your pictures BELOW this size (Microsoft Paint will resize your picture, as well as many picture programs like Photoshop). Right click on your file to check the properties/picture size.
To post a LINK on your comments, I clicked on the above button "URL" (next to Img) and it gave me [url][url] on my screen, and I copy/paste the link between these two brackets - Control C for copy, Control V for paste.
An example of a linK: http://www.sixtharmygroup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=22213
. This link is to Egonzinc step-by-step of building Loic's DAK Tiger crew. You don't "see" the [url][url] after you click on "Submit" button (Edit Mode)
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