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Posted By: eaglem, 04-21-2013, 10:33 PM

Been having trouble with photobucket so trying out Flickr to see how that goes.

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If you browse to your photo on Flickr, click "Share" just above it, "Grab the HTML/BBCode" and copy/paste the block of text here. Before you copy the code you can choose which size you want too.
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QuoteOriginally posted by sebberry Quote
If you browse to your photo on Flickr, click "Share" just above it, "Grab the HTML/BBCode" and copy/paste the block of text here. Before you copy the code you can choose which size you want too.
Thanks for that, a bit different to my Photobucket account.



Yes just tried that and even though the link has been pasted in the photo isn't showing on this page.

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On the photo page, at the bottom right under "Owner settings" what do you have for permissions? It should show "Anyone can see this photo".

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On the photo page, at the bottom right under "Owner settings" what do you have for permissions? It should show "Anyone can see this photo".
Yes that has been set to "Anyone"
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There it is! That's a wonderful shot!

(Let me know if you want me to take it out of my post...)
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Where is this red "X", I must be missing it? Did you use Html or BBcode links? I was using "Grab the Link"

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The red X that the browser displays when the image link is broken.
When right clicking and viewing properties, it displays the link. I was able to use that link to navigate to the photo. It appears that the link you used was the link to the photo, not an embed link.

I used the BBCode link

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Ah, sorry, on my phone now. The "Grab the Link" link is for sending the link in an email or instant message, etc...

You need to use the BBCODE link
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I think I have it now.

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Great image, almost goes without saying now, when it's one of yours.
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Thank you for those kind words.
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Those are wonderful images EM. The bees are sharp and detailed. Love them against the yellow flower.
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Great shots - is there Blue in that bee ? have never seen those colors before.
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Those are wonderful images EM. The bees are sharp and detailed. Love them against the yellow flower.

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Thanks Susan..................................................

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Great shots - is there Blue in that bee ? have never seen those colors before.

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