I FREELY ADMIT I DON,T KNOW MUCH ABOUT POSTING PICTURES BUT HERES SOME INFO FROM A DIFFERENT SOURCE THAT MAY BE HELPFUL
You need a hosting site, whether you are posting a photo for the Forums or posting an Avatar.
There are many free sites...seem to be the most popular, since they allow you to show them on other sites with no restrictions on the number of times they are viewed.http://www.picturetrail.com/http://www.cardomain.com/login
Once you have a hosting site for your photos, you will need to upload them from your photo files to the hosting site, then you can post them on CT.
NOTE: Photos should be resized to 600 X 450 for best viewing and so viewers do not have to scroll side to side to view photo or read replies.
Decide what you want to do with the photo and where you want to post it. Photos and graphics of any kind are not allowed in your signatures, however, you may post a link or a TAG in your signature.
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Posting a photo...
Place cursor on photo and right click
A drop down menu will appear with options for you to choose from. Scroll down to Properties
Once you get to Properties you need to left click to highlight the area you wish to copy. Place your cursor at the beginning of the http: and drag it until the entire address is highlighted.
Place your cursor somewhere on the highlighted area, then right click for the menu and click on copy.
Highlight the Address/URL making sure you have the complete Address/URL...it should look something like this...
Right click again and choose option copy.
When you get to the page you are posting it on...place cursor inside the reply box and click it...you'll see a blinking "|" now left click and on the menu choices...click on paste.
Go to Forum reply page and type in [img]and%20right%20click%20and%20choose%20option%20paste.%20At%20the%20end%20of%20the%20Address/URL,%20type%20in[/img] leaving no spaces.
You may also use Control V after the [img]instead%20of%20the%20above%20method...be%20sure%20to%20type%20in[/img] leaving no spaces.