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Jan-Erik Nilsson
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Post Number: 7468
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Posted on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 - 06:25 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only) Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

You can neaten up your post by moving the image codes.

All images shows up as a small snippet of letters and numbers when you have uploaded them into your post message. You upload the images 1-4 at a time. you can add on images as many as you like but more than 8 images will usually be enough.

You can remove invisible line breaks between two pictures so that they line up in a row next to each other, add blank spaces so that they will be separated neatly and also add texts in-between them.

If your code looks like this, that will place all pictures in a row next to each other that might even extend outside of the screen. Avoid.

\i{picture}\i{picture}\i{picture}


Fix this by adding a few blank spaces between the image codes:

\i{picture} \i{picture} \i{picture}


Max size of the images are 1000x1000 pixels. 800x800 pixels is usually the best.

If the pictures is wider than 400 pixels, the best is to put them on top of each other like this:

\i{picture}

\i{picture}

\i{picture}

All this information and a lot of more fun tricks is available under the Help/Instructions link at the bottom of all pages inclusive of this one.

Bottom left. Just scroll down.

JE

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