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 03-30-2017, 17:20 Post: 41608
John Davidson
2017-03-30
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 OLD SCHOOL: PICTURES how to post them

I have almost completed how do I post the pictures? It came out pretty well sorry so long between posts I have been sooooo busy.






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 03-30-2017, 22:15 Post: 41610
TomG



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 OLD SCHOOL: PICTURES how to post them

This site doesn't allow uploading of pictures. I agree with the policy. Uploading pictures can create high-volume traffic on the board's ISP and increase operating costs. I also think that easy pics can turn a site into a bunch of snaps at the expense of content.

What the site allows is links to pictures at other sites. I recently created a site for our township public library board, and converted to effort so I can upload pics to the space that comes free with my ISP account. It simply requires replacement of default script in a public area of my account. Many ISP's have detailed instructions and tech help to accomplish this. The very simple script I used is:



Tom's Pics


Tom's Pic


"biss8.jpg




There is a file in my public area called biss8.jpg that is the pic. It probably would work without the width, height and alt parameters, in which case I could change pics by simply uploading a different image into the biss8 file. To date, I've edited the script and uploaded a different file and then delete any I no longer want. Simple script additions would allow display of several pics.

Sounds more difficult than it actually is. Uploading and downloading requires FTP software. FTP is built into my HTML editor but I find that a decent FTP program is helpful. Here are some security issues, and an ISP tech could describe them. Among the issues are that some FTP programs make a persons internet account number vulnerable.





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