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RE: Posting Pics (Follow-Up #3)

posted by: tropical_muse on 08.31.2006 at 12:07 pm in Kitchens Forum


The formula to use looks like this:

<img src="http">

So, for example, if you post this:

<img src=>
You will get this:



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RE: Posting Pics (Follow-Up #2)

posted by: elizabeth_b on 08.31.2006 at 12:55 am in Kitchens Forum

Your photo first needs to be published on the web somewhere ~ including the free sites like photoshop. I'm not so good with that end of it as I have my own website and come at it from a different perspective and haven't needed to use any of those sites.

Once the photo is one the web it is a fairly simple process.

1. Right click with your mouse on the photo and click on the "Properties" option. A screen will pop up with a long internet address in the middle stating it is the "Address (URL). Using your left click, highlight the entire web address listed in that spot and right click. Select the "copy" option.

2. Come to KF and type the following almost exactly as I have it here:


I say "almost" because you need to put the < sign in front of the I or the command won't work. And, if I type it with the < to show you, I get an error command.

3. Directly after the = sign (with no space), right click your mouse and hit the "paste" button and the Address you copied should now be pasted in your message.

4. Go directly to the end of the Address you just pasted in and hit the > key. The <> combo has to appear as the first and last symbols in your command.

If you click the Preview Message link, you should see your message with your photo inserted. If you see the red box, something is wrong. When I first started, I always forgot the > sign at the end of my command line.

You can insert the command as a line all by itself or in the middle of a paragraph.

The only space in the commance you type should be between the "IMG" and "SRC" notations.

The photo may appear huge at first, but get the posting the photo down before you worry about re-sizing.!

Good Luck and feel free to practice below :) Also, feel free to e-mail me and I can send you the command as a whole line without being in the midst of a post that looks for those commands


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RE: final plan revision - please take a look and comment (Follow-Up #4)

posted by: honeyb2 on 06.07.2006 at 07:55 am in Kitchens Forum

Thank you all so much! I was up at 6 am "just checking" to see if anyone had responded, and was so happy to see that you took the time to look, that you think Im on the right track, and there are even some suggestions for improvement. What more could a TKO girl ask for?

Sweeby on the 24" trash DH is a fiend on the recycling and we separate everything down to the cardboard from cereal boxes and toilet paper rolls. But Im not sure the 4 bin is the way to go someone told me the bins were really small and I cant imagine they are going to work for newspaper, so maybe Ill rethink those 2 cabs on the sink wall. I appreciate the reassurance that no one will notice any minor asymmetries there.

Jimu thanks for your thoughts on the range wall (you spent 5 minutes staring?? aw... thanks). One of my last changes was going from the rangetop with drawers to a range with oven, and I dont think Ive got the drawers to open base cab ratio quite right yet. Your suggestion sounds like it might work. I'll try it on paper.

Celticmoon thanks for the encouragement glad to hear you think the MW is ok there. I showed this to my DH this morning and he responded to your question, "When do we eat?" with "Not for a long damn time". LOL. When I first started messing around with magazines and graph paper in Dec he thought we'd be admiring our new kitchen by June. hah.


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