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Pics?????


 
9/5/2000 9:45 PM
Peter S
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Pics?????
Would someone be so kind as to run that "how to post a picture on this BBS" info by me again. Please forgive me for being dumber than #$%^&, but this computer stuff still has my tiny little head spinning. Thanks for being patient with me Guys!  
 
Peter S
 
9/5/2000 11:25 PM
Carl Z
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Peter;  
 
It's a little tricky but not too bad....  
First use the tag "img". This says it's a picture. then src="http://yadda-yadda.com" Make sure the URL is enclosed by quotes. the "src" tells the browser where the source of the image is. So, what you wind up with is something like this....  
 
img src="http://www.yadda-yadda.com/pic.gif"  
Just make sure you enclose the line with the greater than and less than symbols.  
 
Carl Z  
http://www.geocities.com/summitamps  
 
 
 
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9/6/2000 3:18 AM
Peter S
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Damn
 
9/6/2000 3:29 AM
Peter S
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http://hometown.aol.com/tele52twang/Handcrafted.html
 
9/6/2000 3:32 AM
Peter S
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Sorry guys, I'm just too inept at this computer jazz. I told Rebel I'd post a pic of the hammertone prototype with the 1/4" aluminum chassis, but it was giving me a hard time. Somehow I managed to post a link to this rather sorry unfinished webpage. Pics of the the new K-50 chassis are on there.  
 
Peter S
 
9/6/2000 3:49 AM
Carlo
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Peter, when you hit the reply button to respond to this post, you'll be able to see the html tags. Just copy (Ctrl C) and paste (Ctrl V) the following tag into your reply and then substitute your web address and file name. Remember this stuff is case sensitive. This is a picture of one of my amps.  
 
Carlo  
 
 
9/6/2000 4:40 AM
Rebel420
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Nice dovetail work on this one man!! keep up the good work!
 
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