use photobucket. Upload your photos into there and then go to direct link on you photo on the right hand side of the photobucket screen, copy the code and go into Blogger and click on the link you normally would when uploading a photo. Click on the bottom tab "URL" and paste in the code and it will upload like normal.Once you get the hang of it, it is simple. Now saying that I have filled up 45% of my storage now with photobucket. Will go onto Flickr after I fill that up!!Gill in Canada
oh gill that sounds way to complicated for my little brain. hahah I think Ill just start a new blog. one that will reflect my new life and leave a link. Im not that tec savvy. lol
I went to picasa and deleted most of my photos, so if you go back to the earlier days of my blog - there'll be none. Started all over again. Sue
it isn't complicated once you have done it a couple of times, honestly, as even I can do it!!!Maa is right if you delte some they will go from your blog as well.Gill
Your limit?! I didn't know there was a limit. That's scary.
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