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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2012 9:47 pm 
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When you hit "reply" to a message, or you start a new topic, you'll see a blue bar underneath the message area that says
"Upload attachment." Below that is a button that says "Browse." (If you don't see the blue bar or the Browse button, click the button that says "Full Editor.)
If you have a photo ready to go, use the Browse button to find it on your computer. Then click the "Add the File" button. If you haven't typed anything into the text section yet, do that. Once the file has uploaded, you get the little upload popup says to close it.
If you want the photo in the same box as your text, use the "place inline" button. It will copy something ugly that starts with "<a img src=" and ends with ">". Cut and paste that line wherever you want the picture to be, and hit Preview. If you're really brave you can hit Submit. Even if you post it "wrong," you should be able to delete your own mistakes and try again.

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I don't have a computer and do everything on my Android. I tried to upload a photo but no luck. Does anyone have any insight into posting from a phone?

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Robin S...
Wish I had the answer...I've tried to post direct fom a smartphone...but could not...I'm not a tech person so I'm don't have a clue...
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Robin,
I think the problem is that the photos directly from the phone are too large to be posted.

Here are some things you can try:
Email the photo(s) to yourself, that may compress the file.
Email the photo to Paul, he can compress them and post them for you.
You might try posting on Instagram or Pinterest or Facebook and then posting a link to this forum.
And then maybe copy those photos to post them.
You can email me or subscribe to my blog where I have your email and I can post the photos.

I feel strongly that one of these methods will work. We want to see Hogwarts! So I hope you solve the photo problem soon.

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Try http://www.picresize.com/# always works for me! :mrgreen:

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Clinton,
You are exactly right. That is how to do it. Thank you for letting us know about this service.

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