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|10-14-2017 01:18 PM|
There are alternatives such as Imgur and Flickr if you don't like Google. However unlikely it is for a service like Imgur to move to a paid subscription model, and it does seem very unlikely, the most future proof method of posting images remains uploading them directly.
|10-13-2017 05:38 PM|
|Wiggo||My experience on another forum is that Google is a bit hit and miss. I'd look for an alternative.|
|10-13-2017 03:22 PM|
Thanks for the information, we will take a note of that. If other members of the community would like an alternative, please refer to the post above.
|10-13-2017 01:24 PM|
|sweetlu||FYI, I used Google Photos to upload some pics and was able to post the link in VR successfully. So if you are looking at alternative sites to replace Photobucket, give Google Photos a shot.|
|08-18-2017 12:35 PM|
Looks like it's working - nice pic! Let us know if there's anything we can help with. We're still waiting on a fix for the affected images from older threads but we do encourage members to continue using the attachment tools and posting them directly on the site so you don't go through this debacle again with another free hosting site.
|08-17-2017 05:49 PM|
|Born2bWild||Thanks but I thought I deleted it and put it in the other thread. I was just testing how to do it! lol|
|08-17-2017 05:40 PM|
|08-17-2017 05:38 PM|
|07-14-2017 04:36 PM|
The instructions provided above is a temporary fix that we can offer at the moment to help restore your images until we have a more concrete solution soon. Moving forward, we highly recommend that you use the Attachments tool within your User CP, Albums and Gallery to host your images on our site here. We can always increase the storage space to better accommodate your pictures.
Furthermore, for Chrome users we came across an extension that will enable you to see the broken images hosted from PB. Another temp fix for now (who knows how long it'll hold up) but here it is - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...bifiaedg?hl=en <- click on that link and do the following:
Add Ext > open the added ext at the top right corner of your browser "P" > select Manage Ext > tick off the box for both Allow in Cognito and Allow access to file URLs > refresh link of affected images to see they're visible again!
If you have further questions or concerns about any of this, please let us know - we're here to help you. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
|07-14-2017 01:59 PM|
Originally Posted by BearBait View Post
Log in into your photobucket click on the image you want to post. Click on the submenu and select to copy image location. The paste that link to the (img) code.
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