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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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Further to Trab's info:

Photobucket is free to join. Once you have an account you can upload any pictures you have, and then display them anywhere on the net. You'll need to save your paint file as a jpg or png, as original paint files won't be recognised.

Hope this helps!


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