yes go to the web page with the image you want,I normally right click on the image and you will find that it will start with something like http:// and end in jpg. Then put this in front of the link[img]and this directly after it[/img]
When you right click the image go to properties and it will tell you the link good luck
My pleasure Eaglekiwi don't worry you are not alone it took me ages to work out, just remember put the link of the pic by right clicking on it and clicking properties will show you something like this http://weird pics.com/u/13009_100.jpg. Just copy the whole thing and put it between these tags [img]the link you copied[/img]and you will be spitting out pics before you know it. If I can do it I know you will have no problems, I have great faith in you lol.
A discussion started about this on the end of another thread, but it's got buried. I was checking an early Hub today and it reminded me, because I'd used a photo from another website. At that time, I didn't understand that most photos on most websites are copyright, unless they...
Many have photos of themselves while many don’t. Just wondering why many don’t include their photos in their profile. Some have images of celebrities. I feel some are even pretending to be of the opposite gender. What are your views about this?
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