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using HTML to upload pictures

I was wondering if someone could tell how to upload a picture on a webpage using HTML?

thanx.

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Dear Ultra-Violet,

That is impossible. Maybe you mean FTP?

-AInTeL

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lol maybe, how would i use FTP? i'll give it a try.

cheers!

-ultra_violet

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Dear Ultra-Violet,

There are two basic methods of uploading files. One is using the host's provided "upload manager", or FTP. First, you have to make sure your host server supports FTP. Secondly, you need to download FTP software. This is usually free and a very small program. Lastly, you find your FTP information settings from your host (it should provide), and set up your FPT settings. Then what you do is basically copy and paste from one window-section of your FPT program to the other, and it automatically uploads the files.

-AInTeL

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If you would like to download a picture from the web, place your mouse curser on it and press down until you see a list of options: Choose download to the desktop. The image will be copied to your desktop as a low resolution file (70DPI= dots per inch. If you choose copy, the image can be placed into Adobe Photoshop. Click new in Adobe Photoshop, click ok, and command y (paste). You will have your image as a low res also.
In system 9 or X, hold down the Apple key and shift key and hit the #4 key, place your mouse (+) on the image and drag to the complete image. You will hear a ?click? from your hard drive. This is a PDF copy of the image that will appear on your desktop in system X or there will be a picture image on the hard drive usually listed as Picture 1 with system 9. Open in photoshop and do a save as.
If you are using system X, the image will be a PDF that you can forward in your emails. If you want to, open up the PDF through Adobe Photoshop 6 or higher.
Ultra_Violet, Hoped this helped.
What a great handle name!
Please let us know.
Kevin

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Hey Kevin,

thanx, that was really helpful! but i meant taking a picture that ive already got and place it on a web page. Happy

-ultra_violet

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