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Adding Graphics to Contests during Set Up

   Thread Started December 21 at 9:48AM

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I have designed a contest that I wish to create. My problem is that I cannot include a table (rows and columns of text) into the schema for contest setup. I did ask Tom if tables could be entered - Nope.

So my workaround is to take a snapshot of the table and save the subsequent png file to tinypics. So, that gives me the same table, but in picture form.

My question is: Can I add this graphic to any of the open text fields when setting up a contest?
Is there a string of html (like in fiction stories) that I can add to make the png appear for potential contestants to see?

I do know that you can add art from FanArt, it's just that the table is unique to the contest and adds no artistic value - so putting it in FanArt is a no-go.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Dan Diego



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RE: Adding Graphics to Contests during Set Up

Reply on December 21, 2017 09:29 PM
You need to use Photobucket or the one I use "Flickr'. You can download whatever you wish to there THEN download FROM there to where ever you wish. It's much like downloading a video from YouTube. You click "embed" and copy all those letters and numbers. When you post them it turns into the video or in your case the "artwork" you wish.


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RE: Adding Graphics to Contests during Set Up
Reply on December 22, 2017 04:03 AM
ImageShack is another good source from which to post pictures to posts, author's notes and contests, Dan.
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Michael's suggestions are good ones too.
Each of these sites creates a variety of codes for use on blogs, websites, etc, and one of those codes is HTML. It is the only one FanStory's website recognizes.
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RE: Adding Graphics to Contests during Set Up
Reply on December 22, 2017 08:46 AM << Modifed December 22 at 8:47AM >>
Thank you Michael and Dean. I will use this response as a test. My image host repository (Tinypic) provides four separate codes to meet one's needs.

I apologize to other folks in the form, but I intend to copy all four snippets into this reply to see which one shows up.

Image and video hosting by TinyPic

[IMG]http://i68.tinypic.com/rbmpzo.png[/IMG]

http://tinypic.com/r/rbmpzo/9

http://i68.tinypic.com/rbmpzo.png

When I am creating my contest, I will just plop the snippet into the description and hold my breath.

One last question, can you edit your contest set up before you actually pull the trigger?


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RE: Adding Graphics to Contests during Set Up
Reply on December 22, 2017 09:57 AM
Yes. :))

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RE: Adding Graphics to Contests during Set Up
Reply on December 22, 2017 01:46 PM
Thanks again to Michael and Dean. I was successfully able to create my contest (with a kick-ass graphic) and not break the internet. I'll leave that for Congress.


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RE: Adding Graphics to Contests during Set Up
Reply on December 22, 2017 03:30 PM
HAAAAAAAAAHAHA!!!! They ARE good at something.


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RE: Adding Graphics to Contests during Set Up
Reply on December 22, 2017 08:32 PM
Good deal, Dan! I knew ya had it in ya.  photo goofy blacky emo_zps3jfdpud8.jpg

   

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