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Old 03-15-2007, 06:44 PM
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How to Attach Inline Images on Shutter Asia

1) Resize your image so the longest side is no more than 1024 pixel, you can do this in Photoshop under Image - Image size and choose the height as 1024 pixel for Portrait orientation pictures, with 1024 pixel as the width for landscape orientation. You can refer to this thread for more info on resizing pictures.

resize_800.gif

2) Start a new thread or click reply, below the form where you enter your text, locate the 'Manage Attachments' button - Click this button.

manage_button.gif

3) After you click the 'Manage Attachments' button, a pop-up will appear. If it doesn't check any pop-up blocking software or configuration your browser may have. Click the browse button and locate any files you wish to upload, then click the 'Upload' button.

attachment_popup.gif

4) You will briefly see the text: Uploading File(s) - Please Wait - following this your file will have been uploaded (as long as it's within the defined limits)

5) If you have uploaded the wrong file, or wish to attach a different version simply open the "Manage Attachments" pop-up and click the remove button next to the attachment you wish to delete.

6) You can now close the popup and proceed back to your post, in the posting dialogue look at the top row of icons and locate the paperclip icon, click the paperclip icon to list the attachments you have just uploaded, select the place in the post you want to put the attachment, and then select the filename from the list. Click "Insert All" if all your images are already in the sequence you want, or click the image one by one according to the sequence you want.

paperclip.gif

7) In the post it will show something like this:

attach.gif

Use the preview button to check if it worked ok, that's basically it. Have fun!

8) If the image(s) is inline, there'll no border around the image. If you see border around your image(s), your image(s) is not inline! Please go back to step 6! Click here to see examples.

9) If you have been told that your images are not inline by either fellow members or moderators, pls click "Edit" in your affected thread. (You may have to scroll horizontlly to the right to find the Edit button). Then click "Go Advanced" (again, you might have to scroll to the right to find the button), then follow Step 6 above .

Images must be 1024 pixel or smaller, below 400kb and no more than 5 attachments per post.

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Old 04-24-2009, 11:07 AM
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How to Attach Inline Images on Shutter Asia

I got a feeling that a lot of people is still confused about putting photos INLINE even after they read ST's guide (no offense ST ). I think the problem is that they don't know what is INLINE and what is NOT INLINE hence that's why they don't know if they have already done it correctly or not.
(*Tips : Always use the 'Preview Post' button to check your posts before you actually post to avoid mistakes like not posting photos inline)

So, I believe people would be more clear if they can see for themselves what we mean by INLINE and NOT INLINE.

Disclaimer : Photos courtesy of Windows Sample Picture and this is just an additional kaypo guide. The best is you learn to follow instructions here and pay extra attention to no. 6 and 7 and you won't go wrong. Cheers

This photo below is INLINE ... notice there's no borders surrounding the photo.
Blue hills.jpg

and the photo below this is NOT INLINE (notice the ugly border surrounding the photo with the word 'Attached images') Compare it with the photo above.
Attached Images
File Type: jpg Sunset.jpg (69.5 KB, 1845 views)

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Old 04-24-2009, 11:26 AM
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Good one, acidict . Let me add another example with multiple images

INLINE. Note that the images are in vertical order and there's no border around the images. You can also number your images
and type in titles/description if you wish . That will make it easier for viewers to comment.

1. ladybird
2133984349_ba37006f74_o.jpg

2. giraffe weevil
2318877788_655b1fbcc8_o.jpg

NOT INLINE. Note that the images are side by side (annoying isn't it?) and there's a border around them.
You also have to use the horizontal scroll bar to scroll to the right to view the hidden images/text.
Attached Images
File Type: jpg DSC_1439 copy.jpg (92.5 KB, 1823 views)
File Type: jpg DSC_2879 copy.jpg (213.9 KB, 1817 views)

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How to fix "not inline" problem

If you have been told by a mod/admin that your images are not inline, this is what you should do.

This is how it would look like if the images were not inline..eg they're side by side..instead of one on top of another.
Attached Images
File Type: jpg IMG_2281 copy.jpg (212.1 KB, 1046 views)
File Type: jpg IMG_2300 copy.jpg (245.4 KB, 1026 views)

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1. click EDIT
click edit.jpg

2. Click GO ADVANCED
go advance.jpg

3. Click the "paper clip" icon and then Insert All, and finally Save Changes.
insert all.jpg

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