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sites; I pay a modest sum for an unlimited and easy-to-use host from Yahoo Small Business. There may be a Web host connected to your photo app;
otherwise search for one online. Perhaps the Cloud has changed the landscape there, for the better ?
The need for a host is the main reason that I offer the substitute of sending me images to post; I don't expect the casual or one-time poster to go to
the trouble of acquiring a Web host, and I happily do the task for prolific Wright Chatters as well.
Once a URL is assigned to an image, the procedure for posting here couldn't be simpler: above the "Post a message/reply" box (that we all use to post
messages) is the button Img. Hit that first, where you want the image to appear in your message; enter the image URL using copy-and-paste; hit the
button again. This places on either side of the URL, and it will appear on the page. (If necessary or convenient, the user can simply type the
---there's nothing magical about what the button does other than saving some typing.) But first, the image must be "hosted" . . .