Well, just to prove how much time I spend here (while I should be working)-I just made Alpha Cat! Woohoo! Time to party! Too bad it isn't Friday.
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6/27/02 at 11:11am
|I copy the URL of the image, come back here and paste it. If you have problems with copying and pasting, there is also a way of manually doing this. Write down the exact URL of the image you want, come back here and type it where you want the image to appear. If you don't write the URL down accurately it won't work. You would have to enclose the URL with the image brackets which would also be typed in manually. It will look like this:
[IMG] http://members.nettrash.com/cybergata/z-walkingcat.gif [/IMG] I had to leave spaces in the example so it could be seen, but don't leave any spaces when you type it. Click on preview reply and you should see your image.
|On www.mysmileys.com they have put a long rectangular box at the top of the screen. When you click on a smiley, there should be a URL (web address) in the box. Click in the box, select the whole thing, including the *[IMG] at the beginning and end (Ctrl+A will select it all). Copy it and paste it here. It should look like this (I changed the square brackets at the begining and end in the IMG command so it will show up)
Depending on the browser you are using, their HTML may not work with the little box. If that's the case, right click on the smiley you want to use and go to Properties. In the Properties box, select the Address from the http: through .gif. Copy that (Ctrl+C). At the top of our post box, click the IMG button, paste the smiley's web address in that dialog box and click OK. You should end up with the same command as above. Preview your post to see if it worked.