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Old 09-01-2004, 16:48   #1
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Here we can store our screen captures or instructions attachments, for demo Purposes etc.


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Old 29-01-2004, 23:01   #2
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How to retrieve the url address

How to retrieve the url address, for the image you want to use.

Avatar:
50 by 50 pix

· Right click on the image thumbnail and select properties. A box should appear with some info in it. See example below.
· Highlight the url address then right click and Copy
· Go into your "My Profile" and click Edit your avatar. Then to the Enter Avatar URL:
· Delete the http//www that is in the box then Paste and finally save changes
· Job done.

Profile Picture:
100 by 100 pix

Same as above apart from;
Go into your "My Profile" click Edit your profile Picture. Then to the Enter Profile Picture URL:

Save an image:
What ever size

· First left click on the thumbnail, it should appear in another window full size.
· Right click on the full size image and select Save Picture As….
· Choose a folder in your, "my documents" then save.
· Job done.

Do not right click the thumbnail image, otherwise you will only save a thumbnail size image..


Example:


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Old 02-02-2004, 20:52   #3
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How to upload to Accy-web

How to upload an image to Accy-web

If you have a photo. Save it in your Pc "my documents" it will be easier for you to find later.

Go to the thread you wish to insert it in too.

Reply to the posts by clicking the "Go Advanced" button.
A new text box will appear.

Under the text box is an "Additional option" box.
Inside that, on the left hand side you will see a "Manage Attachment" button. click on it.


10 Browse buttons will appear in another box. Click on one of the Browse buttons.


Yet another box appears titled "choose file".

Inside that box there will be another small long box with "Look in:" printed on the left hand side and a small black arrow on the right hand side.

Click on the small black arrow.
A drop down list will appear. click "my Documents".
Everything that is in your "my documents" will then be displayed in the window.
Look for your photo (file name), it should be there.
Once you have found your photo click on it to highlight it.

Then, at the bottom of the text box click "open".
Your photos name that you have selected will now appear in the original Browse box.

Click upload.

Wait a few seconds for it to upload then close window.
All you need to do now is enter some text then "submit Reply"

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Old 02-02-2004, 23:06   #4
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gif urls

How to retrieve the url address, for a image or an animated gif you want to use.
  1. First left click on the image you have chosen. The image or animation should appear in another window. If so
  2. Right click on the image and select properties. A box should appear with some info about it. See example below.
  3. Highlight the location/ url address and Copy
  4. While posting/ replying, click the insert image box. Another box will appear with http:// in it. Delete the http:// then Paste your copied url.
  5. Click ok.
  6. Job done.
N.B. Only if the animated gif is actually moving in the thumbnail box can you right click directly on the thumbnail and follow steps 2,3,4. Otherwise the animation will not work. Also if an image doesnt open in a new window you can right click directly on the thumbnail and follow steps 2,3,4.

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Before you paste the url address into this box delete the "Http://" otherwise it won't work.


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Old 02-02-2004, 23:06   #5
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gif urls

How to retrieve the url address of an image or animated gif you want to use in a post.
Please note, only perform this with images found (uploaded) on accyweb. Linking images from other sites is not permitted (Hot Linking). Some sites allow it, but most don’t.
  1. Right click on the image and select properties. A box should appear with some info about it. See example below.
  2. Highlight the location/ url address and Copy
  3. While posting/ replying, click the insert image box. Another box will appear with http:// in it. Delete the http:// then Paste your copied url.
  4. Click ok.
  5. Job done.

Example:



Before you paste the url address into this box delete the "Http://" otherwise it won't work.


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Old 09-11-2004, 17:05   #6
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Re: How too; examples

What is Karma

Karma is like a user rating type system.
Everyone can make a change to everyone else’s karma.

Just click on the at the top right hand side of a post that you think deserves positive or negative karma.

There are many things that affect the amount of karma you can give out, like strict time limits and various other rules.

You need to have over 100 posts before you can alter someone’s karma.
The more karma/posts/experience you have the more karma you can change.


You have to spread your karma around and so you must issue karma to at least 10 other people before you can get the same person again.

You can add comments while adding or removing Karma and the recipient will be able to see them in their User control panel but please do not abuse.
Members with less than 100 posts you'll only be able to make comments and not alter anyone's karma.

Also from the User cp you will find links to the posts that members have added or removed Karma from. It shows the last 5 karma mods done to you.

Make good posts in the forum and get it higher, make bad posts and get it lower. It is totally user controlled.

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Old 11-11-2004, 20:06   #7
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Re: How too; examples

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Old 10-12-2004, 11:32   #8
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Re: How too; examples

How to do this (marquee)

When making a post use the “Go Advanced” button.

Then insert the code below into your post. (Copy and Paste). The code is inside the PHP box. Do not copy the PHP box it's self, only the marquee code.
PHP Code:
  [marquee=left]Text or image goes here[/marquee
Text or image goes here

To insert an image you will need the URL address for that image.
See here to find out how to retrieve the URL address of an image.
(How too; examples)Click Here

Once you have the URL of the image you want to use i.e http://www.accringtonweb.com/forum/a...tachmentid=246

Delete the text between the marquee code.
PHP Code:
  [marquee=left] [/marquee
Now using the little yellow box, insert image URL between the two marquee codes.



PHP Code:
  [marquee=left][imghttp://www.accringtonweb.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=246[/img] [/marquee] 
You can also select go left or right. marquee=left.

Now post, it should work.

Please note:
Use the test forums to do any tests.

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Old 07-01-2006, 19:47   #9
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Re: How too; examples

How to create your own albums in the members Gallery.



Click on the -> My Albums button located on the top of the Gallery homepage, see below.




Click on the -> create a new Album button and then give your album a title. see below.



Once you have created your Album/Albums you can then upload your personal photo to any of your Albums.

If you need help, just ask.

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Old 23-10-2007, 18:22   #10
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Re: How too; examples

How to upload images to the Gallery Albums:




Go to the album you wish to upload too and click the upload Photos button. (See above)

Click one of the browse buttons (see below) and go select you image from your pc.
Give your image a title and perhaps a description.

Finally, scroll down and click Upload/Submit.




Tip:
To save yourself time uploading your image/ images to the gallery, and it doesn’t matter if you can not then before uploading, resize your image to an image width of about 800 pixels or a file size of 150kb. It’s just that, really large images ‘in Mega sizes’ may take a while uploading and at the end of the day the gallery software will automatically resize/ downsize the image to 800pixel. So if you can do it yourself before hand then you’ll save yourself some time.


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