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Jason Rimbaud

I have a question

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You have to have the image/photo on a webpage, all by itself. Then you have [ img ] before the http bit, then finish it off with [ /img ] right after. In my case, I upload the required photo to photobucket then click on the appropriate button once uploaded (the bottom of the 4 options, the one with [ img ] at the front, and paste that in my post. NOTE: I left a space after and before the [ so that it would print out correctly in my explanation. There should be no spaces.

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