Nope. That’s sage advice, meowzart. It is my holiday project to post a photo here before 2003 runs out. Thanks. [:)]
Actually, no cutting and pasting occurs. When you put your image URL in between the image tags (see above) you are actually telling Roadfood.com where to go and find your image to display it here. Did I just make it more confusing? TMI, probably…let me know if I just made it worse.
Also, if where your photo is stored requires a password or a login, it probably won’t work. Just something else to keep in mind while trying to post your photos, i95….
The too-technical Meowzart
Thanks, CW. [:)]
another web site before it can be copied and pasted on THIS website, yes ??
OK, just to clarify this one more time (as I’ll be spending the holiday trying to digitize then host a photo for clothier’s great "Road Food Friends" thread), a photo needs to first be HOSTED another web site before it can be copied and pasted on THIS website, yes ??
Would anyone like something to eat while we’re waiting for lleechef’s photofoodjournal?
Do you have a site to host them?
OMG, you did it. Now I’m really jealous. OK, I have to get my shit together and post that trip forum WITH pictures!!
Hallelujiah!!! In your face, html code!!!
Thank you, Meowzart. It seems you need / AND i BOTH in the final brackets! Whew! Photo courtesy of Polly’s Pies website, home of banberry pie…the pie of the gods!!!
Yeah, maybe I’ll just start emailing Jpegs to Meowzart since she seems to have it down!
Elise, give it up. Go out and get a nice Philly cheesesteak, an awesome pizza, a good BBQ, or batch of ribs at Dreamland, make a Pumpkin Chiffon Pie. Leave the computer thing to the geeks that understand this damned machine and let’s……..just………eat!
This is just sad.
I have a PC, but I am apparantly a complete and total idiot when it comes to the computer.
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