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how to insert the drawing (not just a link to a remote file) to a post

 
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I also have difficulties in localizing a link to book promotions. Where is it usually situated?
[ October 23, 2002: Message edited by: G Vanin ]
 
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[ img]fileLocation[ /IMG] - without the spaces of course.
Book Promotion Schedule.
Is that what you wanted, Guennadi?
 
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No, Cindy.
I asked abt embedding binaries, my own drawing.
M.b. it is what I wanted if you tell me how may I create a file on javaranch site or anywhere else to be available fpr linking to.
 
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You have to place your file on a web server somewhere else and point to it. Depending on how you reference it in your post it will either display in the post or create a link in the post.

This is a link to a file on a different web server. I used [ IMG]http://www.plauder-smilies.de/tiere/catmilk.gif[ /IMG]
We do not allow users to post files on the javaranch servers for obvious reasons.
There are a zillion places out there that will let you have your own web page for "free" and will usually give you about 5 mg of disk space to play with. Most of these also include some user friendly interface to upload the file without actually doing an ftp.
Load you file to one of these places and point to it from you javaranch post.
[ October 24, 2002: Message edited by: Cindy Glass ]
 
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Thanks, Cindy,
I was almost sure that there was a way of copy-pasting and now I know that here is not.
 
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