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Offline MagiC~*

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O.P. « 2008-Nov-19, 09:30 PM »
Copy and Paste Turorial / FAQ  (Posting HTML and Race Fields etc)  

Step 1. Copy + Paste your content into this Convertor Click Here (Opens in a New Window) and convert to HTML by clicking the "magnifying glass" after which copy all the source code then go back to the new thread on Racehorse Talk

Step 2. Click the Post/Reply button in the Racehorse Talk forum by clicking on the "Reply"  or "New Topic" button

Step 3. In the Reply window click the "html" button and post your content inbetween the html tags

[html]  >> content here <<  [/html]

Then click post

 8-)


A more Advanced Convertor that saves all the formatting, fonts, colours etc works on same principle Advanced Editor (Only Works for Internet Explorer) to convert this one to HTML code, click the html button
« Last Edit: 2008-Nov-20, 10:52 AM by MagiC~* »

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« 2008-Nov-19, 10:22 PM Reply #1 »
If you have any questions regarding the Posting of HTML ask them in this thread.
« Last Edit: 2008-Nov-20, 12:30 AM by MagiC~* »

Offline Arsenal

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« 2008-Dec-17, 10:20 PM Reply #2 »
How to post a cartoon

Offline MagiC~*

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« 2008-Dec-17, 10:25 PM Reply #3 »
How to post a cartoon

An image ?

hosted on another site, or uploading one to this site ?

One hosted from another website or with a url address like this, clcik on which will give you the [img][/img] tags, and whatr you do is copy the url address inbetween those tags ie [img] url here [/img]
« Last Edit: 2008-Dec-17, 10:45 PM by MagiC~* »

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« 2008-Dec-17, 10:48 PM Reply #4 »
next option is to upload the image to this site,

click on additional Options, below and browse for the image on your local harddrive and click post to upload it.

Then if you want click on the Link Inline Image in the drop down menu and select one of the options to make it display like a normal picture

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« 2008-Dec-18, 12:00 PM Reply #5 »
How to post a cartoon from my computer an image in my pictures  to this joke site ? 

Copied cartoon ,opened joke thread,clicked reply ,clicked edit to paste couldn't do it It's Too  :censored: ing hard. emthdown

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« 2008-Dec-18, 12:09 PM Reply #6 »
Just seeing how the link inline image works as described by MagiC a couple of posts ago - using the 'inline thumb attachment' to hopefully get a small version of the pic...

[attachthumb=#]

edit: Works like a charm, although preview won't actually show the image, you need to cross your fingers and hit post   :biggrin:

Arsenal, when you reply to the thread, just below where you type your message, click on 'Additional Options' then the big 'Choose File' button and select the image on your computer that you want to show. Once you've got that selected, any spot in your message that you want that image to appear, select one of the options from the 'Link Inline Image' drop down box just above all the smileys.

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« 2008-Dec-18, 12:17 PM Reply #7 »
I find this way easy
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« 2008-Dec-18, 12:18 PM Reply #8 »
Mine was with Internet Explorer

Offline Arsenal

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« 2008-Dec-18, 04:30 PM Reply #9 »
It wasn't that Hard once you know where to look  emthdown  emthup  Thanks for the Help

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Offline Wenona

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« 2009-Jan-07, 10:37 PM Reply #10 »
I have an excel workbook I'd like to upload so people could download and use it.

The old forum allowed me to add it as an attachment to a post - can I do that here?

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« 2009-Jan-07, 11:12 PM Reply #11 »
Yes Wenona in the reply box click on additional options, there you can browse you own files and attach your file.  Not sure if magiC~* has a size limit.  See grats post four back above.
« Last Edit: 2009-Jan-07, 11:14 PM by westie »

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« 2009-Feb-23, 02:15 PM Reply #12 »
Anything that wins at least 6 in a row, but only if I was "on" at least 5 of them ?

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« 2009-Apr-10, 12:39 PM Reply #13 »
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A more Advanced Convertor that saves all the formatting, fonts, colours etc works on same principle Advanced Editor (Only Works for Internet Explorer) to convert this one to HTML code, click the html button


And what do you do once you have clicked the html button ?

Offline henry

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« 2009-Dec-21, 01:08 AM Reply #14 »
Yes Wenona in the reply box click on additional options, there you can browse you own files and attach your file.  Not sure if magiC~* has a size limit.  See grats post four back above.
Westie I tried this and the file still turned to trash on posting although it looked OK prior. I see that there files posted in threads that look great, why does a copy paste from excel turn to trash when posted.

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« 2009-Dec-21, 12:33 PM Reply #15 »
Try closing down excel before you paste

Offline westie

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« 2009-Dec-21, 01:15 PM Reply #16 »
Westie I tried this and the file still turned to trash on posting although it looked OK prior. I see that there files posted in threads that look great, why does a copy paste from excel turn to trash when posted.
henry

I copy and paste from excel to here (I use HTML Conversion Advanced) using explorer. The very beginning and end should have [html] in lowercase.

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« 2011-Nov-23, 05:42 AM Reply #17 »
Any other form sites you recommend?


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