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Re: Is it possible to embed a frame? [message #2926 is a reply to message #2924] Sat, 08 February 2014 20:09 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
MikeTheWatchGuy
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Registered: May 2013
Location: North Carolina
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I like it! I started looking for better online picture hosting than the big names and found two that came up as particularly great. The cool thing about this one that I thought would work will here is that if you look in the upper right corner at the gear (options), you can see or download the full resolution picture. It allows for large images that way. The other part that's good with these guys in particular is the ease of uploading. For some forums it's more difficult than here. In fact, this forum is one of the only ones I know that you can easily do a BULK upload. I suggest perhaps folks look at the backend and creatin one of the to see what you think there. An account is free if you want one. You don't have to have an account at all to make one. htp://www.imgur.com You can change layouts too. It's just a thought.... could be plenty of downsides you could come up with. Other gallery generator options would be available too using the same iframe statement As I preview this message I'm writing, I don't see these iframes I type in and all of my text runs together into one big block as if the blank lines have all been removed. Dunno if that's a side effect or normal. Anyways, I haven't seen anything like it done with a forum so it's kind of an unusual request I suppose. Not trying to kick up a dust cloud. [edit] removed one gallery that was not imagur.com based but was good to test

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