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How to "deeplink"

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Guys and gals,

Here is a really short tutorial on how to deeplink pics directly in the post ;-)

Step 1: How to Deeplink

First, the link needs to end in .jpg

Usually you will deeplink from your Brickshelf gallery: click on the pic you want to deeplink until it ends on .jpg like on the following pic (I circlred it in red ;-) )

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Step 2: How to use it in the post

Another really easy action ;-)

a) press on th icon circled in green

b) the box circled in red appears: just copy/paste the deeplink (step1) into that box and press on OK

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A side note: deeplinks work even if the Brickshelf gallery is not moderated yet ;-)

Voil

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Excellent work Armada Yoda! I was thinking about making something like but you've bet me to it. Obviously you've visited the Pirate Forum lately and seen where a tutorial for this has been needed!.

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Thanks a lot Yoda!! Now, I will be able to complete my review *sweet*

Regards from Mexico

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Excellent work Armada Yoda! I was thinking about making something like but you've bet me to it. Obviously you've visited the Pirate Forum lately and seen where a tutorial for this has been needed!.

but he still seems to be refusing to help its post count X-D!

God Bless,

Nathan

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Thank you :'-) and in other words: (Quote:

I can see clearly now, the rain is gone,

I can see all obstacles in my way

Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind

It

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Guys and gals,

Here is a really short tutorial on how to deeplink pics directly in the post ;-)

Thanks weirdo.

Now I know what a deeplink is *y*

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Thanks weirdo.

Who are you calling weirdo newbie ? I really dislike (and thats a real understatment to stay polite) beeing called names !!

I am so telling you that you are on real thin ice !!

*yoda*

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Who are you calling weirdo newbie ? I really dislike (and thats a real understatment to stay polite) beeing called names !!

I am so telling you that you are on real thin ice !!

*yoda*

Sorry.

I was just referring to your weird skull picture.

its cool. dont mean to offend. Sorry again

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Sorry.

I was just referring to your weird skull picture.

its cool. dont mean to offend. Sorry again

Okie, no probs then ;-)

No offense taken ;-)

Cheers,

*yoda*

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Mine still isnt working :'-(

can you put pics from flickr on this site?

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It should, just try right clicking on the image and going to "View Image" or something of the like. As long as the link ends in .jpg

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any picture format will work. One isn't recommended over another. I think SW4J was making sure the link wasn't dynamic. It can't be a script or an html or asp, etc file... Sometimes photo link properties from photo sharing sites are scripts that call the files from a database...

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Ah, thank you Mr. Hinck!

(Am looking to upload some pictures of my latest moc's soon)

Edited by brickmaster

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Yeah, I just said .jpg since that's far and away the most common format that you see people upload pictures in, but as Hinckley said any is fine :-)

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...but BMP really should be avoided as they can be over 10 times as big...

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