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UER Forum > Rookie Forum > A Rookie Guide to Posting Images on UER (Viewed 54482 times)
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Re: A Rookie Guide to Posting Images on UER
< Reply # 60 on 5/29/2015 2:51 AM >
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If you don't require rotating images I suggest tinypic.com



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Re: A Rookie Guide to Posting Images on UER
< Reply # 61 on 5/29/2015 3:45 AM >
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Here's two that don't ask for phone numbers or names:

http://imagedeposit.com/

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< Reply # 62 on 7/11/2016 10:17 PM >
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You should add instructions for http://www.imgur.com which is the photo hosting site of choice by Reddit. It doesn't require an account to upload images to. If you need me to type up how, I'll be happy to help. ☺



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trying to get the photos right....this is a basement in an old building...1.


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Do I still need to get these smaller?



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Re: A Rookie Guide to Posting Images on UER
< Reply # 64 on 2/12/2017 9:03 PM >
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This question has probably been asked a million times and for that I apologize. When I try to post an image on a reply, it comes up sideways. Is there anyway I can rotate it to the proper direction? A link to a forum or advice would be great. I'll give an example. 1.






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Re: A Rookie Guide to Posting Images on UER
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This question has probably been asked a million times and for that I apologize. When I try to post an image on a reply, it comes up sideways. Is there anyway I can rotate it to the proper direction? A link to a forum or advice would be great.



I'm not sure what you run, but I run Windows 10 on my computer. Here's what you got to do.

- Navigate to the folder containing your pictures in File Explorer.
- Right click on the picture you want to rotate. Click "Edit".
- In the upper left hand corner of the photo editing window, there should be a button called "Rotate". Click that and choose the desired rotation.
- Save and exit the photo editor.


There is no way to rotate images on UER to my knowledge, so you'll just have to do it yourself before uploading.





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Re: A Rookie Guide to Posting Images on UER
< Reply # 66 on 5/20/2017 12:57 AM >
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This question has probably been asked a million times and for that I apologize. When I try to post an image on a reply, it comes up sideways. Is there anyway I can rotate it to the proper direction? A link to a forum or advice would be great. I'll give an example. 1.
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I took a photo holding the camera sideways; i.e., portrait mode. The picture opened correctly on my PC in portrait orientation in Irfanview and Paint, and the thumbnail in File Explorer was in portrait mode. When I uploaded it to UER, the picture was rotated 90 degrees sideways, as if in landscape mode.

The solution was to open the picture on my PC, rotate it 90 degrees to the right and do a save as. The new picture opened sideways on my PC. On UER, it was shown correctly in portrait mode.








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Re: A Rookie Guide to Posting Images on UER
< Reply # 67 on 7/17/2019 9:06 PM >
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Maybe we should change the original post here.

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Re: A Rookie Guide to Posting Images on UER
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Maybe we should change the original post here.

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Well that stinks. Even though it is swamped with ads when I use it, it is my go-to location to throw a picture up when I need it. It's much faster than resizing it myself and using FTP to put it on one of my website servers. Oh well....

Thanks for the notice!

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< Reply # 69 on 10/30/2019 9:44 AM >
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Thanks for all of the image sizing info; that definitely helped a lot. I have my own website, but none of the images are that small and I try to post the entire location in chronological order as I worked my way through. So, I’ll definitely have to just choose a few from each gallery. I’m assuming that I am able to post a link to that specific gallery on my personal website, just for anyone who may be interested in checking out the entire location?




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Re: A Rookie Guide to Posting Images on UER
< Reply # 70 on 11/17/2019 6:35 PM >
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Thanks for all of the image sizing info; that definitely helped a lot. I have my own website, but none of the images are that small and I try to post the entire location in chronological order as I worked my way through. So, I’ll definitely have to just choose a few from each gallery. I’m assuming that I am able to post a link to that specific gallery on my personal website, just for anyone who may be interested in checking out the entire location?



If you have flashplayer, you can choose photos to display here and someone added a program that will automatically resize it for you before posting it. If you decide to go that route, you might want to replace the "img" in the code to, "inp," so the photo will show up without having to click on it.
Or, you can do what I do and find a way to get the bbcode for the photo. I prefer this way (I use Flickr but other sites will do the trick too) because it won't butcher the resolution like the first way will.
Hopefully that made sense!
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< Reply # 71 on 2/4/2020 6:47 AM >
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Posted by Dee Ashley


If you have flashplayer, you can choose photos to display here and someone added a program that will automatically resize it for you before posting it. If you decide to go that route, you might want to replace the "img" in the code to, "inp," so the photo will show up without having to click on it.
Or, you can do what I do and find a way to get the bbcode for the photo. I prefer this way (I use Flickr but other sites will do the trick too) because it won't butcher the resolution like the first way will.
Hopefully that made sense!
- DA



Yeah, I'm going to try Flickr. Thank you for all of your help.



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