How to post your photographs onto NSF site

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Shirley Henderson
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How to post your photographs onto NSF site

Post by Shirley Henderson » Thu Dec 03, 2009 7:15 am

How to post photos on the NSF Website.
Before starting I prepare the pictures I want to upload.
I always prefer to have my photos in a file placed on the desk top because they are easy to find when uploading.
Use “photobucket’ to store your photos before uploading to NSF website
In the internet address bar type:

Or you may be able to click the above link.
Sign up and register with the site.

You will see a box straight away that says
So click it!
Your computer files are then displayed and you can select the pictures you want to upload (that is why I use the desktop) easy to find.
When you have selected the photos you want to upload, click OPEN.
Photo bucket then starts uploading your selected picture files and you just wait…. You can add names and titles plus descriptions (once uploaded) if you wish.
When they are uploaded on to PHOTOBUCKET website, you can then copy them to NSF website.
Get the NSF site ready by opening up the site and logging on…
You should be able to click between the sites on tabs up top or separate windows.
Start in PHOTOBUCKET, click the photo you want to copy and move down the 4 boxes underneath to IMG Code.
Highlight the whole IMG Code, (make sure you don’t miss the brackets) right click and select COPY.
Go to the NSF site and open the Posting area where you want to place your photo and right click and select PASTE.
In the posting area, it will show the image code (like IMG Code) but when viewed on the posting site it will show the picture.
Finally click SUBMIT
I always do one photo at a time. Some people post a lot of photos together. I do not know how they do that.
Hope this is helpful to some.
If you print this and follow the instructions, you should be fine.

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Post by webmaster » Thu Dec 31, 2009 6:59 am

Good one Shirley! Thanks.

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Post by novaris » Thu Dec 31, 2009 10:25 am

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