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    Posting Pictures on a Cache Page

    Will somebody please tell me how to post a picture on a geocaching.com cache page?
    Thanks in advance!
    Judy

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    okay...I think I remember how...post your log like your normally do and then refresh that page so you can now see your new log, There should be a "link" in your log to "edit" your log or to "add an image" Try that.


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    This is probably the hard way, but you will have to click the box beside "use html in the description" then insert the code for the image link from photobucket or whatever image converter you use. Put the image in the description where you think it belongs. You may have to play with it a while and preview your cache page often to get it to look the way you want.

    Good luck

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    I have only done this once, and I had to call for help on it.
    Here is a copy of how I got it to work:

    <center>

    <img /></center>


    Inside the " ______ " you put the address of the image you have either downloaded on GC, photobucket, flickr or where ever the image is.
    the <center> just locates it in the center of the page.
    Yes, you will have to click the box that descriptions are in HTML.

    Now you are as smart as me!
    See that didn't take long.
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    My curiosity got the best of me. I just had to see photo was for the link that AR-Hick used in his example. Here it is...


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    Thanks everyone! ShadowCachers walked me through the process last night while chatting in Facebook.
    I recognize that picture Mike.

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    actually now that you mentioned it, the html linky thing is the easiest since you can click on your photo's in photobucket and just cut and past the html in like we do here in the forums.


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    Mike's right about the HTML code needed. For more information, see this link from Geocaching.com.
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