Sir, I use (cable) RoadRunner for my Internet Service Provider. Also, I use Internet Express.
I use Photobucket as a free picture host. Primarily.
It is handy and nice. Downside for it, is the 250KB picture size limitation.http://photobucket.com/sitemap.php
After you upload a picture, click the box beneath it (where it says Img) when it is highlighted, copy it, and just paste it into a forum post.
I also use ImageShack. It can use Thumbnails in a forum post.
I always use the option that i have highlighted in green for this.
Tumbnails for forums (1)
Highlight it, copy it, and paste it directly into a forum post:
I also use this free file host. Max file size 3MB:http://freefilehosting.net/
After upload, highlght the URL portion shown here, copy and paste to a forum post. It will not show the picture direct here,
but will link to the host site which stores the picture.http://freefilehosting.net/bin/?id=pdz2kajbhttp://freefilehosting.net/bin/?id=pdz2kKvQ
I have possession of some 1940 RAF maps that one of the English BoBII developers shared with me. He told me not to share them without permission.
For you, an exception is in order.
WARNING! this picture below is very large. With cable it took me 40 seconds to load the picture.
If, sir, you are using telephone line connection, it will take a few minutes.
Another detailed map section of Dover:http://freefilehosting.net/bin/?id=pdz2kazb
As you can see, each free picture host has it's advantages, and dis-advantages.In all cases with these 3 free pictutre hosts, there is no need to type in any text in the forum page you are editing.
Just copy the host's link, and paste it directly into the forum page you are editing.
Joachim, we try to help everyone here equally,
but for men of your generation and experience,
we will bend over backwards,
jump through fire hoops,
and swallow swords to please you!