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Posting Photos in the Photo Gallery.

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#1 Joelf


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Posted 28 August 2013 - 04:31 AM

Hi All,


Here's a few instructions on uploading photos for any of our members who would like to post photos in the Photo Gallery.


You can either post your photos in an album under "Members' Albums", whereby you create an album to contain all your photos or you can post separate photos under "Main Photo Categories" if for instance, you wanted to include your photos under any of the already listed sub titles.


To create your own album, go to "Members' Albums" and on the top right hand side of the screen click on "Upload"; a screen will come up with three alternatives, click on "Create new album" and another page will come up for you to name your album and give a brief description.


If you would rather just post separate photos without creating an album, then to upload single photos go to "Main Photo Categories" click on "Upload" and select the category in which you would like your photos to be included.


The instructions are the same for both albums and single photos. Click on "Browse" and then select the photo you wish to include from your computer. You may find that you'll need to make your photos smaller if they're larger than 2mb. Click on "Upload" and when uploaded a thumbnail of the photo will come up. Click on "Review and Publish" and another screen will come up to enable you to put a title, description and any tags on your photo. Then click on "Finish and Publish" and your photo should be in the gallery.


Happy Posting!

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