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03-21-2003, 06:10 AM
this maybe a stupid question but how put a pic of my forum on my web site. do i need to download something?

does this question make sense? thanks for any help:)

03-21-2003, 01:20 PM
first of all...just a welcome® to the forum...
n' secondly???
just a 'view'® your forum in the browser n' hit the ol' [prtscn/sysrq] button...
n' thennn??? open just a graphics® program...'select new'...
n' thennn...just a paste® :O)))
you shoullld now have your just a captured® screen print on the 'new' image...:O)))
edit thattt as youd like...n' thennn just a saveforweb® sooo the file isnt tooo large...:O)))
n' once its just a saved® put thattt 'savedforweb' image onto the webpage of your choice in your site...
<img src="whateveryoucalledit.jpg" width="xx" height="xx" border="0" alt="just a description®">

just a hoping® thattt helps...goodluck...

03-21-2003, 07:10 PM
cool:) thanks for the help

i didn't know it would be that easy to do.

now i'm trying to reduce the size of the pic but when i do that it's blurry. oh well i'll get it. thanks again for the help. :thumbsup:

03-22-2003, 02:38 PM
If you want to reduce your image, use a graphics editing program, and scale it down, don't use html to state the size, otherwise it will get blurry.

Have fun!


03-22-2003, 03:54 PM
/me just a tried® n' doing it the proper just a way®...aka like ion posted??? /me haddd the sameee result 'cept...ifin' ya just a djust® the brightness down...aka reduce...
n' increase the contrast??? thennn it seeems to be just a bit® clearer...:O)))

just a nice® looking site ya gots there...'cept thinkin' tooo??? your onmouseovers in the top right n' where its just a words® ummm...like for the name of the just a board® youre using??? the images tend to just a jump® :O((( the image/look shoullld change 'cept it shouldnt just a move® in placement...n' make the rest of the text 'jump' to just a ccommodate® it...
/me just a reminds® ya shes still not programmed to think...hehehe

03-22-2003, 05:25 PM
And in the future please please read our forum posting guidelines:


amd use a more descriptive subject for your threads.