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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   14 days ago

By popular demand, you can now upload images to the Forums and any other page you can comment on. It's not as elegant and smooth as some other sites like Facebook, but I just threw this together in an afternoon. Built most of it myself. It works. I'm sure I'll improve on it over time. 

So many times it's a lot easier for me to help you if I can SEE what your problem is, or what your database is doing, or what you want a report or form to look like based on a mock-up. It's a lot easier than trying to decipher what you're telling me or writing in a post. Feel free to use it!

How do you upload? First, make your post or comment. Then, in the upper-right corner after the post is submitted, you will see an Upload Images link. Use this. That's how they're attached to the right comment thread. I'm only allowing images up to 500k in size, and only JPG, GIF, and PNG files.

Do NOT try to upload your database or other files this way. I only will look at your database if it's part of a PAID consultation, and only then if it's something I can turn into a video. Downloading, opening, checking your database for safety, etc. is all time consuming and I don't enjoy doing it. 

But... do feel free to upload your images to show me what's going on. That's what this is here for.



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Rick Rost 
14 days ago
This is a test. Make your post FIRST.
Rick Rost
14 days ago

Rick Rost
14 days ago
Then I was able to click on Upload Images, perform the upload, and return to the message thread. Works for me. Try it out.
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