Difference between revisions of "How can I add pictures to my Blog posts?"


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1. Log into your Bravenet account<br />
 
1. Log into your Bravenet account<br />
2. Click on "Websites"<br />
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2. Click on "Web Hosting"<br />
3. Click on "Build a new website"<br />
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3. Click on "Build a new website" using the "edit..." dropdown box<br />
 
4. Click "Use a subdomain"<br />
 
4. Click "Use a subdomain"<br />
 
5. Enter the name you want to use<br />
 
5. Enter the name you want to use<br />
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1. While making your post or editing your Blog entry, click on the "Image" button in the editor window.<br />
 
1. While making your post or editing your Blog entry, click on the "Image" button in the editor window.<br />
2. In the window that opens up, click on "My Pictures"<br />
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2. Click the image you would like to use or upload a new one from your computer<br />
3. Click "Upload An Image"<br />
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3. Click "Use Image"
4. Click the "Browse..." button and locate the image on your computer, then click on the "Upload Image" button<br />
 
5. Click on the filename of your image in the list<br />
 
6. Click on "Use this image" below the picture to add it to your Blog post<br />
 
 
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Latest revision as of 11:22, 28 May 2014

You'll need to sign up for the Website Hosting service before you can upload any images. If you don't already have a website set up, follow these steps:

1. Log into your Bravenet account
2. Click on "Web Hosting"
3. Click on "Build a new website" using the "edit..." dropdown box
4. Click "Use a subdomain"
5. Enter the name you want to use
6. Click the 'create subdomain' button

Then, you'll be able to upload images from the Image Picker in your Blog.

1. While making your post or editing your Blog entry, click on the "Image" button in the editor window.
2. Click the image you would like to use or upload a new one from your computer
3. Click "Use Image"