Some members have expressed some questions regarding how to get images onto the forum. Here is how I do it. I need to point out that I am not a moderator nor an admin of Everything SG. I am just a humble member trying to help others here. If an Admin or Moderator wishes to relocate this thread, that's quite alright. Also, I will be showing how I use Photobucket. Photobucket is but one image hosting site. There are others that work just as well. This demonstration of Photobucket should not be considered an endorsement of Photobucket. Again, this merely demonstrates, in a simplified way, how I use it to post images to ETSG. Finally, as I write this, I've had good success with Photobucket and have never had any virus or malware issues with it. But like all things, anything is subject to a hacker at some point, so be aware that using Photobucket, or any third party hosting site is something you do at your own risk. So, here we go! If you do not have a Photobucket account, you'll need to create one. Simply navigate to www.photobucket.com. You should come to a homepage that looks something like the image below: Click the "Sign up for free" button. You will be directed to this sign up form. After you enter the information, just click the "Sign Up" button. After your account is created, you may need to log back in. Assuming you do, its easy from this point. Whenever you want to log onto Photobucket, simply go to the Photobucket website and log into Photobucket. Once you log in, you'll get this page. Normally, the most recent image you've uploaded will be shown, but I've blanked it out here. To upload a photo, click the "Upload" button. You'll be directed to this screen. As the image shows, you can drag and drop files or click the "Browse Files" button. If you click the "Browse Files" button, your computer's Windows Explorer will be launched. Navigate in Windows Explorer to where the image is that you want to upload. This screen shot shows where I have navigated to a folder where I keep my guitar images. Just double-click the image to load it to Photobucket. I've decided to select the image labelled, "Cases." The image upload will take several seconds and, if you've signed up for a free account, you'll have an advertisement pop up. Usually the ad is a video commercial. You can see it in the main part of the screen in the image below. Once the image is done uploading, you'll see the image in the bottom part of the screen. You can see the small photo of the guitar cases. Now, click the picture you just uploaded, as seen in the above image. You'll get a screen with the image. Off to the side there will be a button called "Image Links". Beneath it should be four different boxes. If you don't see them, click the "Image Links" button. Go down to the box labelled, "IMG code" and click in it. You'll briefly get a message that says, "Copied," as shown in the pic below. Now, If you haven't already done so, go to Everything SG and start a post like normal. In the box where you type your ETSG post, position your mouse cursor where you want to put the picture, right click your mouse and select, "Paste." The image code will be pasted into your post. See the screenshot below. This shows what the code looks like when its pasted into your post. As I mention in the picture, you can type around the image link, but do not type in the link or alter it or the image will not post. All in all, using an image host is a great way to post images. Plus, those images can be accessed from any internet-connected computer, smartphone, or tablet. One important thing to understand, though, is that posting images from an image host (such as Photobucket) does not actually copy the pictures, themselves, to ETSG. It copies the link only. If you ever delete your image host account, or delete the images from Photobucket, they will no longer be viewable on ETSG. Hopefully,this helps some out there.