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Harry, thankyou very much for all your assistance and your research to find out the problem. You nailed it right on the head. I went over and paid up and the image appeared.

Thanks to any and all for your assistance

Any way this was supposed to be posted in the landscape photo section where some members were looking at panos. I just wanted to make a contribution. so I'll go there and post it (again_
 
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Hi Scott, you can right click on the image, choose properties, copy the url from there and enclose it within the image tags.


Regards,
-Vinod
 
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Problem solved. I want to thank all who might have rendered aid and assistance. The problem was I had a trial period membership and they do not allow transfer until you pay for the service.

Thanks again.
 
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Vinod Menon said:
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Hi Scott, you can right click on the image, choose properties, copy the url from there and enclose it within the image tags.


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-Vinod
Vinod, FYI I'm not getting your picture...only the little box. Just me?

Rich
 
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Rich,
It's weird, I saw it when I previewed it and later when I opened the post. But now I see the broken box. It was Scott's image that I tried to link. Oh well, looks like he has it figured out.

-Vinod

Rich Gibson said:
Vinod Menon said:
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Hi Scott, you can right click on the image, choose properties, copy the url from there and enclose it within the image tags.


Regards,
-Vinod
Vinod, FYI I'm not getting your picture...only the little box. Just me?

Rich
 
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Scott, one thing I can say for sure and certain is that it's not a mac v PC problem. The code is cross-platform.

However, I think your problem was that you had a space between jpg and the closing image tag [/img]. You can't have any spaces anywhere in the link.

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If it doesn't work now then it's a pbase problem. :)
Neil
 
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Yep, I agree. Typing in the code will work every time. The buttons on the other hand rely on some program Javascript that runs on your (local) computer. Translating the 'b-code' to real html happens on Nikon Cafe's server.
 

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