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January 27, 2011 at 12:17 am #1867nicolekathrinecraigMember
I need help figuring out what this seahorse is. It has these projections I learned were called Cirri on its head. I am not sure how to attach a picture but I do have a picture. It somone could explain how to attach it I would gladly upload.
NicoleJanuary 27, 2011 at 7:24 am #5262Pete GiwojnaGuest
If you want to try posting photographs of the seahorse with the cirri on this forum, this is how to proceed:
First you have to host the photographs(s) you would like to post somewhere like photobucket or AOLmyspace, but you must make it small as the board will only take a small photo.
Next go-ahead and type the text of your message as usual, and then, when the message is ready, place your cursor exactly where you would like they image of the photograph to appear in the message. Then click on the orange Img tag in the reply window. The following block of text will appear where you had placed the cursor:
Now all you have to do is add the address of the hosted picture directly behind the final bracket in the block of text above. For Photobucket, Nicole, just place your cursor on the photograph you want to use, and a drop-down menu will appear — go to "Copy IMG" at the bottom of the drop-down menu and it will automatically copy the address of your picture. All you have to do is to go back to your post, place the cursor of the mouse directly behind the final bracket in the block of text I pointed out above, and paste the photo book address for your image right there.
Then just make sure they hit the "close all tags" tab just above your message, and submit your post as usual.
Or, if you prefer, you can insert the photograph in an e-mail and send it to me off list ([email protected]), Nicole. Either way, as soon as I receive the picture, I will examine it closely and try my best to determine what type of seahorse you have.
Best wishes with all your fishes, Nicole!
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