View Full Version : Multiple Picture?

Jim Harsha
02-16-2003, 2:23 PM
Ist it possible to post multiple pictures in the same post? If so, how? Thanks

Jason Roehl
02-16-2003, 3:09 PM
Originally posted by Jim Harsha
Ist it possible to post multiple pictures in the same post? If so, how? Thanks

Jim, the only way that I would know how to do that would be to put the URL to the pics directly into the message box, with the appropriate bracketed HTML tags, but I haven't played with it, yet.


Kirk (KC) Constable
02-16-2003, 5:15 PM
All I'm doing is checking to see how badly I mangled the pic when I resized it. That is if I managed to get it here at all.

Bill Grumbine
02-16-2003, 7:02 PM
Your picture came out fine KC. Who is that holding you?


(hee hee hee) I've been waiting a long time to use that one.

Tom Sweeney
02-16-2003, 8:02 PM
Just seeing if we can do multiple pics - from a web site
OOPS didn't work? :o

Tom Sweeney
02-16-2003, 8:06 PM
GEEZ you'd think I've never done this before! :rolleyes: <p><img border="0" src="http://www.realtymarketing.com/images/hit_test_images/backsaw1.jpg" width="330" height="132"></p>
<p><img border="0" src="http://www.realtymarketing.com/images/hit_test_images/backsaw2.jpg" width="335" height="127"></p>

John Miliunas
02-16-2003, 11:38 PM
Hey Tom, now howdya' do that? Inquiring minds want to know!

Ken Salisbury
02-17-2003, 7:01 AM
Originally posted by John Miliunas
Hey Tom, now howdya' do that? Inquiring minds want to know!
You do it like this:

<p align="center">
<IMG src="http://www.klsal.com/newsflash.gif">
<p align="center">
<IMG src="http://www.klsal.com/bed.jpg">
<p align="center">
<IMG src="http://www.klsal.com/seg7.jpg">
<p align="center">
<IMG src="http://www.klsal.com/car.gif">

John Miliunas
02-17-2003, 7:46 AM
In the infamous words of Curley, "Aeyyyyyyyyyy. A wi-i-i-i-se guy!"

Ken Salisbury
02-17-2003, 8:02 AM
Originally posted by John Miliunas
In the infamous words of Curley, "Aeyyyyyyyyyy. A wi-i-i-i-se guy!"

<p align="center">
WHAT ???
<p align="center">
<IMG src="http://www.klsal.com/readytofight.gif">

John Miliunas
02-17-2003, 8:06 AM
You HEARD me! Watch it or I'll get Larry after you! (G)

Dave Arbuckle
02-17-2003, 10:22 AM
This is a test for being able to explain HTML. This was a pain on WebBBS.

An HTML image tag looks like:

&lt;img src="http://users2.ev1.net/~arbuckle/temp/BLOvsRaw.jpg"&gt;

The resulting picture would be:

<img src="http://users2.ev1.net/~arbuckle/temp/BLOvsRaw.jpg">

(picture chosen because it's small... ;) )

Tom Sweeney
02-17-2003, 10:49 AM
<center><div style="font-size: 18pt; color: green; background-color: yellow; weight: 800; width:525px;">He has too many pictures in his arsenal:D</div></center>
I think the only way to do multiple pics- at this time is to have the pics hosted on a seperate web site then reference them in your message like this
< img src="http://www.yourwebsite.com/images/yourpic.jpg"> (don't include the space before img). then you can just do the same for however many you want to post..
If you don't have a web site to host the pics on there are free sites that do that - just do a google search to find one.
Hope this helps

Really snowed in in PA

John Miliunas
02-17-2003, 11:18 AM
Thanks mainly for the advice 'bout "not tangling w/Ken"! He could probably woop my butt with one hand tied behind his back. ('Course *that* hand would be hanging on to his Bud Light, so's he wouldn't spill it!:D ). I don't have a remote hosting site at the moment, but may indeed do so, especially if I intend on posting anything of any proportion.:p

Tom Sweeney
02-17-2003, 10:51 PM
Never mind - it didn't work

John Miliunas
02-17-2003, 11:24 PM
Bummer. But, it sounds like a challenge to me. Gonna' try it anyway.

OK, I just spent a fair amount of time on this. Hope it works!

Wow! They were there last night, but now aren't! I think I need to do something different at the HP photo site.

Fine, so I went back to the photo site and used a different option. I think *this* time it may work.

Nope. Didn't work. Need to find a different place to store pics, I guess.:(

Howard Barlow
02-18-2003, 12:37 AM
<img src="http://www.hkbarlow.com/Library8.jpg">

<img src="http://www.hkbarlow.com/Library2.jpg">

<img src="http://www.hkbarlow.com/Library3.jpg">

<img src="http://www.hkbarlow.com/Library6.jpg">

Howard Barlow
02-18-2003, 12:39 AM
I hate when I do that! I left a space in my tag on the first one.

Aaron Koehl
02-18-2003, 1:21 AM
You're right-- you left a space in that first URL.
Remember, though, you can click on the little 'Edit' button
at the bottom of the post.

I went ahead and fixed it for you :)

- Aaron

Howard Barlow
02-18-2003, 9:24 AM
Thanks, it's so much easier when someone else does my thinking for me.:D

Chris Knight
02-18-2003, 12:31 PM

That's pretty nice panelling you knocked up for your shop. I think I would have painted it white so it reflects light better - makes finishing easier.

Personally, I find that plants and curtains (drapes) collect so much dust I have eliminated them and I have replaced the lamps and shades with fluorescents.

Seriously, is any of this your work?


John Miliunas
02-18-2003, 12:45 PM
All that nice woodwork...It's just the waiting room at the front of his shop. The shop itself primarily has closed cabinets and light colored marble on the walls where there aren't any of the Walnut cabinets.
Seriously, very nice!:)

Howard Barlow
03-03-2003, 9:11 AM
Yes, the paneling is my work in my house. The cabinets are store bought. SWMBO wouldn't wait for me to build them.