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How to upload images to the forums

You can now upload images directly to the Norton Forums! No longer do you need to upload to another website and link to the image; it can be uploaded directly to the forums. There are a few ways you can do it:

WITHIN A POST 

1) By clicking either Reply or New Message, you’ll be in the forum post editor. Click the Image icon (the tree)

2) Make sure the From My Computer tab is selected
3) Click BROWSE to select an image to upload (only .jpg, .gif, .png files)
4) Choose the size and alignment you wish to use for this image
5) Click INSERT IMAGE

When you are in the post editor, you will also notice the tabs From My Gallery and From Another Site.  If you have already uploaded an image to your gallery, and wish to insert it into a post, use the From My Gallery tab. If you wish to insert an image into your post from another website, use the From Another Website tab.

 

IN THE IMAGE GALLERY

1) Click on your username in the upper left corner of the forums
2) Click VIEW IMAGE GALLERY
3) Click BROWSE to select an image to upload (only .jpg, .gif, .png files)
4) Click SAVE TO GALLERY if you wish to save it to your gallery

From
the Image Gallery, you can choose which images you wish to make Public
or Private, and you can see which images have been Approved by the
Moderators.

The Moderators will be reviewing ALL IMAGES for their content. Images posted on our server will NOT be posted immediately for the
public to see, but will require a Moderator to approve the image before
it is posted. For this reason, you may see a yellow triangle in place of your image. Once it has been approved by a Moderator, the image will be displayed. Be sure to follow the Participation Guidelines and Terms & Conditions when attaching any images to your gallery or to a post. Any questionable content will be removed immediately. We’re very excited about this new feature, and we hope this helps to convey ideas and issues more clearly.

Message Edited by Tony_Weiss on 02-25-2009 08:28 PM
Tony Weiss | Norton Forums Global Community Manager | Symantec Corporation