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I´ve promissed a few members on this site a picture of my M5, but I´m having trouble copy´ing them into my mail....

Help - how ???

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Super - thank´s guys, I´ll try it tonight.

Nille


Originally posted by Mike/DK:
Hi Nille,

I´m not 100% sure, but try the following:

1) sign up at www.photopoint.com....it explains how to upload your pictures to their site
2) upload the pics to photopoint
3) open up your photo (on photopoint) in a browser
4) highlight the text in the browser address area and copy it
5) add the following to your message on this site:surround the following with < before "img" and ">" after the last quote:
img src="paste the above address here between the quotes". It´s HTML.
6) done

Not that diffecult, but wright again if it don´t work.

Good luck and looking forward to seeing your car.

Mike, Denmark.
 

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Nille,
If you want pictuers to appear in this thread you need to upload them to a web server and then you simply link them to the thread like this:
(img)www.yourfile.com(/img)

you will want to use [] instead of () but if I did it it it would create a hot link.

to link to a web site you want others to see (like a review of something) you do:
(url)www.yoursite.com(/url)

to send pics in an email, it all depends on what software you use, but in general you want to "attach" the pictures. be careful not to send too large files (most mail servers allow around 2-4mb).

I would love to see your pics.

ME
 

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Hi Nille,

I´m not 100% sure, but try the following:

1) sign up at www.photopoint.com....it explains how to upload your pictures to their site
2) upload the pics to photopoint
3) open up your photo (on photopoint) in a browser
4) highlight the text in the browser address area and copy it
5) add the following to your message on this site:surround the following with < before "img" and ">" after the last quote:
img src="paste the above address here between the quotes". It´s HTML.
6) done

Not that diffecult, but wright again if it don´t work.

Good luck and looking forward to seeing your car.

Mike, Denmark.
 
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