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Martin
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Creating a Photo Album and Uploading Pictures

Here's some instructions of how to create your own photo gallery and upload photos to it Smile

  1. First, make sure you are registered and logged in.

  2. Click the "Gallery" link in the top right, under the Freel2.com logo



  3. Click "Create/order my albums under the blue menu bar



  4. Click the "New" button



  5. If you want to change the album name, highlight the whole default name



  6. Type in your required gallery name, and press "Apply Modifications"



  7. In the messagebox window, press "OK"



  8. Press the "Continue" button.




You will now have an album to fill with photos. You can repeat the steps above to create multiple albums.

Now, to upload photos:

  1. Click "Upload Photos" on the orange menu bar



  2. Click the top "Browse" button



  3. Find the file you want to upload, and press "Open"/"OK".



  4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for each photo you wish to upload, up to a maximum of 5 - if you want to upload more than five photos you should repeat the whole upload procedure until all photos are uploaded.

  5. Click the "Continue" button



  6. Click the "Continue" button once the uploading to the server completes



  7. For each photo you'll have a form to fill in. If you have multiple albums, use the Album field to select which album you wish to put each photo in.

    Fill in as much, or as little, information as you want in the rest of the form, and then click "Continue".



  8. Finally, click "Continue" to finish adding photos to your album.


Post #4 18th Feb 2006 9:08 pm
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Martin
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Updated with correct Freel2.com images Smile

Post #151 15th Mar 2006 11:24 am
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DT



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Am trying to upload some pics of new spoiler fitted but keep getting the following message:

The previous file could not be placed.

You have successfully placed all the files.


Anyone advise on what I'm doing wrong please?

Cheers

DT

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Matei



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DT wrote:
Am trying to upload some pics of new spoiler fitted but keep getting the following message:

The previous file could not be placed.

You have successfully placed all the files.


Anyone advise on what I'm doing wrong please?

Cheers

DT


Worked for me.
Don't forget to make a folder first so you can upload the photos.
Normally after I browse and find the phto file I want to upload I just double click.
I don't think you can upload photo folders but only one photo at the time. just used jpeg formay so I dont know if other formays work.
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Post #21805 8th Jun 2008 3:38 pm
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i'm getting the same error. The pictures are bmp. Is there a problem with this format?
Any solutions?

Post #91441 9th Feb 2011 7:10 pm
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npinks



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Not 100% sure but I think you need to upload jpg pictures not bmp

Also can get similar message if the files too big No Longer the Site Moderator - Martins the Man to Speak too now

Post #91443 9th Feb 2011 7:21 pm
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johnny_22_83



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You were right, npinks
Converted bmp to jpeg and worked smoothly

Post #91449 9th Feb 2011 8:40 pm
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Having problems uploading photos! Can someone have a look why please, thanks Thumbs Up
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I purchased a new camera about a year ago and find since on a few sites to upload is far more difficult due to the fact the picture has a mega amount of pixels. They either fall over or take far longer. FL2 MY10 TD4 GS traded in at 2 years
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Greybeard



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Just use a photo editing app to reduce the size of your pics. About 300KB is fine.

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