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Posted 17 April 2015 - 06:15 AM

I don't know if anyone knows about this, I discovered it by accident. If you edit one of your posts, when the editor is open, click on advanced editing, and you will find the 'file attachment' function, as in your email attachments!  (of course you will have to create your post first, then edit it for your image.


While I am at it, someone, I think it was 'Taileuse' was asking about a tailoring course breakdown. Hope these show you what is expected! Taken from an old City & Guilds course booklet




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Edited by MANSIE WAUCH, 17 April 2015 - 06:19 AM.

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Posted 17 April 2015 - 11:58 AM



About the only catch with posting photos that are held by the forum software (IE: on its local server) is that you run out of space quickly. If you can find a reliable free server that will accept uploaded photos and not delete them too quickly, then all you need to do to post better images than those that the forum software supports is to use the direct URL for the photos and use the "image" button when posting. Its the small rectangular one 2 past the "link" button.

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