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  • sentimentum
    sentimentumover 2 years ago

    Go to your little my bubble tab at the top right of this page, a drop down menu will appear ..click add work

    Or did you mean something diffrent ?

  • sentimentum
    sentimentumover 2 years ago

    To add Images in your profile details … Add the image address between ! ! Leave no gaps

  • oh thank you I will try it out!

    – Jamie McCall

  • sorry to bother you, but can you send me an example

    – Jamie McCall

  • sentimentum
    sentimentumover 2 years ago

    Ok must go into office for this … Be a few mins

  • Cindy Schnackel
    Cindy Schnackelover 2 years ago

    There are different ways, easiest being to use the red bubble image conversion tool invented by FA Moore who hosts the Solo Exhibition group. For this, you simply plug in the URL for the page your art is on, and choose what you want it converted to.

    You can do the same thing manually, if your browser allows you to right click your image and get the “image info” and “image url,” (not the same as the url-link to the page as mentioned above). Assuming you can right click and get the correct image url ending in in .jpg, you then plug that in between two exclamation points as sentimentum said, with no spaces. This will put the image in your profile, a post, journal, etc. If you want that image to link to the page it’s on, follow the last exclamation point w/a colon: then the link, (again no spaces).

    It is hard to give examples of the code described above because unless you insert spaces it comes out as the image. Several RB members have written numerous descriptions, tutorials, etc, on this, notably BYRON, just search RB for his name or find him in RB’s general forums frequently answering questions. Also Mitch Labuda. Both are technically savvy.

  • thank you so very much for your help!

    – Jamie McCall

  • sentimentum
    sentimentumover 2 years ago

    you have your help now … thanks Cindy

  • thank you so very much!

    – Jamie McCall

  • BYRON
  • thanks so much for the help!

    – Jamie McCall