Currently CoreDRAW.com requires us to have images hosted on a outside site in order to link and post here. This tutorial will help you to add images to your posts.
In order to post an image you need to use a image hosting service. There are many out there on the web yet I will be using a specific one yet if you are using another site it should work the same way.
For this tutorial we will be using Your Image host. They have a free plan so anyone can sign up and use this feature. http://www.yourimagehost.com
I will be using my subscription so I already have folders set up. Just ignore them as yours will be at the default settings with no custom folders.
Once you sign up for the plan click the Upload Image button.
The resulting window will look similar to this
You can make custom folder by clicking the make folder button.
You can specify Image Quality. Most of the time I use the default Medium setting as the quality is usually good enough for adding in posts.
Click the Browse button and navigate your system and click the file you wish to upload.
Next click the Start Uploading button.
Once the image is uploaded you will see the following screen.
Click the top copy button or manually highlight the link in the "Link to this image:" section.
In your post here at CorelDRAW.com click the Tree icon on the top of the post.
A resulting pop up window will appear.
In the Image URL box paste the url you copied from YourImageHost.com and click the Insert button.
Your image should appear after a second or two. If it does not appear wait a couple of seconds. if it still does not appear you may need to click the tree icon and paste the url again. I have had a couple of instances where it did not stick the first time.
Hope this helps to get you all posting images when help is needed.
Good Luck and happy rendering.
Sun, May 20 2007 15:14