No. It depends on where the image is hosted. For example, if you see a SC in the Screencaps Only! thread, and right click it's properties and see that it is hosted on TinyPic's servers [like the one in the pictorial example] - then Yes!Originally Posted by nutty1;3277730;
But you see an image [whether it's on FORT or not] for which its URL is NOT an image hosting site
[i.e. http ://www.africansafari. com/images/orangutan.jpg]
... then you'll be siphoning that sites bandwith if you attach the photo here with the [IMG] tags, which is against FORT rules.
In that case you'd have to [as in the above tutorial] "Save Picture As..." and upload it to an Image-Hosting site, and then use that URL to attach it here.
I have to admit, I don't know anything about Photobucket, as I always use TinyPic, so someone else might be able to chime in here with regards to directly using a SC from the Screencap Only! thread that is hosted at Photobucket. I've seen some "broken images" before for "Bandwidth Exceeded" from Photobucket accounts, so I'm not entirely sure how that works. Maybe each account is only given so much bandwidth and once exceeded it suspends your ability to view the images for a time.
TinyPic is so much easier to me, because you don't need and account.