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Sandra
04-21-2012, 08:18 PM
How would you like to have photo albums at your finger tips? Well, we have those now.

Simply access the "community" menu located under the Pueblo Community Forums logo and choose "albums" to create your new photo album.

You can set it for public or private viewing, AND there are comments areas under each picture so people can comment on your pictures in your album.

One cool thing about this is you can keep an album for all the pictures you post. After your picture is uploaded to your album, you'll be given a handy dandy url to copy and paste into the forums (use the BB code for that) or on a website somewhere (use the other code for that - I think it's just a url, so you can even use that for a simple text link to your picture).

Anyway, sometimes it is nice to have a way to keep track of the pictures we share.

If you don't want to do that you can still upload pics to your post using the attachment tool or the picture tool.

You can also just create a photo album for whatever other reason.

~PHOTO ALBUM RULE~

The photo album, of course, is governed by our general forum rules - if it's a no-no to post in the forums, it can't be posted in the albums, either.

If there is any suggestive stuff that isn't explicit in your albums, please label your album accordingly - simply state that there may be some mature content or something to warn viewers.

Anything explicit and/or illegal is not allowed and can and will be deleted by PCF administrative staff.

So anyway, have fun with our new photo albums feature!

Marc.N
04-22-2012, 12:54 PM
QUOTE from Sandra....How would you like to have photo albums at your finger tips? Well, we have those now.

Simply access the "community" menu located under the Pueblo Community Forums logo and choose "albums" to create your new photo album.

You can set it for public or private viewing, AND there are comments areas under each picture so people can comment on your pictures in your album.


Outstanding.

I'd advise anyone who posts a photo to keep in mind once something is on the internet it is eternally in the public domain. That means you may go to an interview and the person you're interviewing with may just be looking at any and all photo's you've posted ANYWHERE on the internet while you're trying to put you best foot forward and snag that dream job.