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September 4th, 2002 #1Lego-my-arto Guest
Sorry - new here - testing old image
Best forum section I could find to make sure I could get this right!
[img] http://www.angelfire.com/wa3/ssdesign/Shinethegoods.jpg [/img]
hopefully one of these worked
Hide this ad by registering as a memberSeptember 4th, 2002 #2Lego-my-arto Guest
Erk! HELP! First time on forums.
September 4th, 2002 #3Lego-my-arto Guest
September 4th, 2002 #4Lego-my-arto Guest
ok now lets try...
ok is it something that I'm doing or does angelfire block all images?
September 4th, 2002 #5
hey - i noticed your dilemma
someone on one of the other threads said to just put a "?" on the end of the link - like this "http://www.angelfire.com/wa3/ssdesign/Shinethegoods.jpg?"
most free web hosting places dont allow remote linking. the ? seems to get around it
September 4th, 2002 #6
September 4th, 2002 #7
i have no idea. the only way I can get the image is by typing your link in and putting a "?" behind it. btw, I like your line wieghts..i would like to see some color work.
September 4th, 2002 #8Lego-my-arto Guest
Hey thanks for the try and I appriciate the comment! On terms of coloring, about the only thing I do is prisma-coloring and I still have a lot to learn. Digi-painting HAHAHAHAHAHA! Just dont have the time yet except for what I do for my current senior project.
Its fairly old stuff for me but once I can find a place to host my stuff without any problems (thinking about paying for a domain) I'll see if I can bring some more work out.
Once I get home tonight I'll see what I can do with it.
September 4th, 2002 #9Lego-my-arto Guest
pardon me for spamming :eek:
September 5th, 2002 #10
I don't know for sure..but i think in this case you have to point out the copy-paste way to the viewers.
Some webspace-providers just don't allow linking to images...
September 5th, 2002 #11Lego-my-arto Guest
Well I just bought a domain so all should be settled.