Monday, August 31, 2015
Register for an account at Photobucket. Photobucket is a free picture hosting site.
Click on Albums + Uploads on the left side of the page.
Choose 'Add More' if you have more then 3 pictures to upload.
Use the 'Browse' button next to each field to select the pictures from your computer hard drive that you want to put into your eBay auction.
Upload you pictures to Photobucket by clicking on the 'Upload' button after your pictures are selected.
Copy the HTML tag onto your clipboard. The HTML tag is found in the third field underneath each picture in your Photobucket album.
Paste the HTML tag from your clipboard into your eBay auction description.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Upload the image to be placed in your ProBoards signature to an image hosting site such as Photobucket, or your own website if you have the space available. Once you have the image uploaded, make a note of the address that links directly to the image by right-clicking on the image and selecting “Copy Image Address.” This saves a copy of the image location, known as a URL, to the clipboard.
Browse to the ProBoards account where you want to put the image into your signature. Log in to your account if you are not already logged in, and select the 'Profile' link to access your profile for this account. Click “Add Signature” and select the “Add Signature to All Posts” option. This will ensure the image you add to your signature is automatically added to the end of all your posts.
Click on the text box for your signature. Enter the opening tag for the image code, '[img]' (without quotes), which tells the software that you want it to load an image. Right-click after the closing square bracket and select “Paste,” or press 'Ctrl+V' to paste the URL of your image. Enter the tag '[/img' (without quotes) to close the image command and click “Save Changes.”
Thursday, August 20, 2015
Point your browser to a free file host website like FileFactory, MediaFire, File Dropper, YouShare or FileDen.
Click the 'Browse' or 'Upload' button to select your video file from your computer.
Follow the provider's prompts to add (upload) your media to the host's server. A server enables your media to be seen on the Internet.
Copy the resulting URL address that automatically appears when you finish the upload process.
Access the online area where you want to upload your video. Type in the '' tag. To illustrate:Video'>http://www.filehost.com/folder/video.wmv'>Video Name HereYour video is now uploaded to the Web page.