Best image hosting site

  Graham. 12:07 03 Mar 08

I keep trying different ones - PhotoBucket, Image Shack, etc. Some produce a distorted image which you have to click on, some produce a bloated picture which you have to scroll to see.

It is often not clear which link to copy, either. I usually select 'Direct Link', which gives a regular URL.

PhotoBucket direct link:
click here
[IMG]click here[/IMG]

Image Hosting Show your friends:
click here

  Graham. 12:09 03 Mar 08

NOTE: He's a stray who's been fighting. He's being looked after now.

  Darth_chaffinch 12:32 03 Mar 08

Have you tried Flickr? I'm very happy with it, was recommended by several sources.

  MAJ 12:41 03 Mar 08

He looks exactly like a stray who comes to us, Graham. He's in a kennel at the moment sheltering from the snow we had this morning.

For this forum, using imageshack, just use the direct link.

  Graham. 12:59 03 Mar 08

If he is unneutered, it's the height of the breeding season. He will be on the razzle.

  Graham. 14:39 03 Mar 08
  Graham. 14:45 03 Mar 08
  hssutton 14:47 03 Mar 08

I use Photobucket and Picasa, both work perfectly

  Graham. 15:06 03 Mar 08

Hmmm, It seems with Flickr you can only link to your own collection, not a photo.

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