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Having problems embedding jpegs

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by megiddo, May 7, 2003.

  1. megiddo


    Apr 5, 2003
    Houston, Texas
    How do you place a jpeg in a post that shows up in the post as an embedded photo and not as a downloadable attachment?

  2. 72beetle


    Jun 10, 2001
    Phoenix, Arizona
    I do it by using HTML tags - for example:

    <xmp><img src=http://www.davelog.com/gfx/rig.jpg></xmp>

    gives you this:

    <img src=http://www.davelog.com/gfx/rig.jpg>

  3. slam

    slam Guest

    Mar 22, 2000
    Do the pictures have to be on a web site? is there a way to imbed pictures off your computer?
  4. Zon Bass

    Zon Bass

    Jan 20, 2002
    Dallas, TX
    Upload it, then copy the location of the picture, then click edit and use the img tag.
  5. JMX

    JMX Vorsprung durch Technik

    Sep 4, 2000
    Cologne, Germany
    attach the pic to your post
    hit the reply button
    open the attachment in a new window
    copy the new url of that window
    edit your post and add that url in img tags
    voila, the pic now appears in your post
  6. megiddo


    Apr 5, 2003
    Houston, Texas
    Thanks guys, now I'll be a picture postin fool! :cool:
  7. James Hart

    James Hart

    Feb 1, 2002
    Endorsing Artist: see profile
    I love that cabinet :cool:

    Did you do that yourself? What material did you use?
  8. 72beetle


    Jun 10, 2001
    Phoenix, Arizona
    Actually, my wife made that (back before she was my wife - I had her tie-dye a set of sheets for me as an elaborate ploy to get her in the sack*), it's just a regular white cotton sheet, and she used watered-down fabric paint and vegetable dyes. When my Sunn developed a quarter-sized hole in the grille, I just covered the whole grille assembly with the sheet and stapled it down on the back. You can see the precision cutting and fastening work at http://www.davelog.com/gfx/sunn.jpg .

    *<small> it worked.</small>