How to use Image Tag to display image in SingAstro Album

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How to use Image Tag to display image in SingAstro Album

Postby weixing » Mon Feb 19, 2007 8:38 pm

Hi,
We had succesfully enable the image tag to display images in SingAstro Album and after a few weeks of testing, I think it should be working without problems.

Below is the instruction on how to use it:
1) Post your image in the album normally.
Example:
Image

2) After the image is posted, go to the specific album that you post the image in and you should see the thumbnail images in that album. Look for the image that you posted, you should be able to see a "Edit" under your posted image. This indicate that you are the owner of the images.
Example:
Image

3) Click the "Edit" link and it'll show you the edit picture information page.
Example:
Image

4) Select and copy (Control-C for Windows user) the whole "[ img ] ... [ /img ]" tag beside the "BBCode".
Example:
Image

5) Paste (Control-V for Windows user) the image tag that you just copy in location that you want the image to display in the message.
Example:
Image

6) Post the message and you'll see your image display in your message.
Example:
Image

Have a nice day.
Last edited by weixing on Tue Feb 20, 2007 12:36 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Postby Tachyon » Tue Feb 20, 2007 12:08 pm

So complicated... :shock: It's like learning C++!!
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Postby weixing » Tue Feb 20, 2007 12:35 pm

Hi,
So complicated... Shocked It's like learning C++!!

Complicated?? No la... this is the method used by most most forum. You post your image normally as shown in step 1 and the rest just show you where to get the specific BBCode for your image step by step using keyboard shortcut (for windows user)... you can use the mouse right-click shortcut (for windows user) if you want.

Anyway, the album have no quota to post your Astro images, but attachment have a quota. So it good to post your Astro image in the album instead as attachment. But don't post unrelated images in the album... it might get deleted if found out by the Admin and Moderator... :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Postby boothee » Tue Feb 20, 2007 12:37 pm

Thank you very much for your detail step by step instruction. It works well and looks much better than just an attachment file.

Here is the post that I tried with your instruction.

My Image Test

Cheers!!!

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Postby acc » Tue Feb 20, 2007 2:19 pm

Yes, thanks to Weixing for taking the trouble to put up the instructions :)
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