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I've started a blog on Blogspot.com and I'm loving it...however, I want to add pictures and cannot figure out how it's done.

NOT user-friendly! no

any help is appreciated from those of you who blog with blogspot and use pictures!

Melanie White

2006 Crossroads Paradise Pointe 33' 5th wheel
2002 F250  Crew Cab Lariat 7.3

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How do I post pictures?

You can now upload photos to your blog(s) using Blogger Images; just click the image icon in the post editor's toolbar.


When you click this icon, you'll get a window that allows you to select an image or multiple images from your computer. Click the Browse button to locate the ones you want. Alternatively, you can enter the URL of an image that's already online and insert it into your post.


If you click the link to choose a layout, you can customize the way your images will appear in your post:


The left, center and right options determine how the text of your post flows around the pictures. The size option lets you scale the pictures to different sizes within this posting area. Note that the picture will still be uploaded in its full size; this option just determines how it's scaled within the content of your post.

Alternatively, you can post images to your blog using Mail-to-Blogger. This feature allows you to email posts with image attachments directly to your blog. For more information about Mail-to-Blogger, please see this article.



2004 Chevy 3500 Dually, 2007 Holiday Rambler-Alumascape Fifth Wheel

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Great start to your new blog!! biggrin

Checked it out and liked your writing style. Hope you get the photo thing worked out. Follow Denise's instructions and you should be OK.



Jim and Linda
Full-timers from 2001 to 2013
2006 Dodge 2500 Diesel pulling a Heartland 26LRSS TT
May your days be warm, and your skies be blue.
May your roads be smooth, and your views ever-new.

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Not to complain, but I checked out your blog and tried to leave a comment.  However, I am not associated with any of the "profiles" that is requested at the bottom before submitting.  I couldn't even see a preview of what I had written.

You may want to check if there is a way for "non-members" of those in the profile list can leave comments.

Otherwise, what I am seeing on your blog is good.  Keep up the good work there.



Terry and Jo

2010 Mobile Suites 38TKSB3
2008 Ford F450
2019 Ford Expedition Max as Tag-along or Scout

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I write a blog also but I use Windows Live Writer to do mine. It is wonderful as you write some, save it, add photos VERY easy, then write some more at a later time....and then publish it then or at a later time. It is a free download from the Windows website....look it over, it sure is easier to post your blog and photos straight to blogspot. Good Luck!!

Mac and Netters & Shadow the Cat
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