MAN! That’s a batch (a BIG batch) of the best looking dogs I’ve ever seen!
Keep those pics a’comin’! [:p][:p]
Though one of the messier dogs around, the taste speaks for itself.. YESTERDOG in Grand Rapids.. Give me a half a dozen Ultras and I’ll be set. (Thanks to Stephen Rushmore for posting this pic in the Yesterdog thread)..
I do it this way. Reference an image in from another web page. I use Tinypic.com, a free simple and easy to use service. If you post a picture too big they will edit it down to under 250K automatically for you but I pre-prepare any picture I post to optimize size.
Nick’s Kitchen’s deep fried breaded pork tenderloin sandwich.
Click on the quote icon and you will see the underlying image reference code that is automatically produced for you in tinypic.com.
Unfortunately, the powers that be at Roadfood want 20 of our hard-earned dollars every year for the right to post photos. I love to post food photos, but I can’t justify the cost for another year.
I’ll look into finding another means of sharing photos here
Hey. Tony did it. That means everyone can do it. Mucho more pics needed. [8D]
I entered your picture web sites and got a message that they were not found on the server. That means someone deleted your pictures. I woud recommend you upload them again and then go in and edit your IMG references.
Test shot using upload feature:
This takes to long 4 me… I am on cable also. How do you upload multiple images? Where is RF’s FTP server?
The loss of Adjudicator’s pics is one reason I like posting pics here rather than elsewhere – I am more confident, since they serve not only my interests but those of this website’s as well, that they will remain available indefinitely.
1) Save a photo onto your computer, making sure you know the filename and folder.
2) Click the "Upload Photos" link at the top of the web page
(typically, this link appears at the top of any forum page)
3) Click the "Browse" button to select the file on your computer)
4) Doubleclick the file and it’s location will appear to the left of the browse button
5) enter a description (caption) for the photo in the "Tag Line" box
6) Click the "Add Photo" button
7) A link to your photo will then be added to this page, always at the top of the list, ie it is sorted by most recent photo uploaded.
8) Note that the name of the file changed. Roadfood renames all files uploaded in this fashion to match it’s naming convention. It also reduces the file size if it is excessive. It did not rename your copy of the file, only Roadfood’s copy.
9) Paste the entry including the tags to a post
10) save and view the post. Your image should now be displayed
That’s funny. My pics have now dissapeared. To many server hits?
I paid Roadfood the $20 a year to post pics, but I still can’t figure out how to post them. (I only did it once (my Naples, FL pics)…cause I got lucky that time, I guess)
Can anyone help me?
Walk me thru it, step by step..?
#1, #2, #3…
thanks, (I hope!)
Yes, these are amazing shots.
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