Holy Cow, Something New at GardenWeb

love_the_yard(z9A Jax FL)June 14, 2012

Wow! GardenWeb finally, after years of being behind the bandwagon, added the ability to directly add an image to a post! If you click on "Post a Message", at the top of the form there is a new field that reads, "Image file to upload (optional)" and a Browse button. I haven't seen any official announcement form GardenWeb, but there it is.

The new functionality appeared in several of the GardenWeb forums that I checked.

Was it worth the wait? What do you think? How do you like it? It looks like you can add only one photo per post. I wonder if they will amend this in time, too?

Remember all those conversations we had early this year about this website, the discussion about moving the group elsewhere, and the most common complaint of how difficult it is to add photos? Maybe someone at GardenWeb was listening. Although the ability to directly post photos has long been a standard and staple of almost every other forum, it looks like GardenWeb is making an effort to be more user-friendly.

Carol

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dondeldux

Carol, Well you know I noticed that last night for the first time and was going to try it, but I'm so adept (now) at posting pictures that I decided not to try..so I am going to try right now..lets see what I come up with..hold on, I'm going to peruse through my 7000 pictures...
Ok, it only let me post one and when I tried another it removed the first picture and substituted the second one..so here is the first picture anyway...

Oh No, it removed the other picture..only letting me send one regardless of which way I sent it..
Hey Guys!! You're on the right track, but there is room for improvement..good for some folks though...

Donna

    Bookmark   June 14, 2012 at 10:48AM
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haxuan(Vietnam)

Oh...I want to try, too.

Could some please help with an ID for this bloom, if possible. Many thanks.

    Bookmark   June 14, 2012 at 9:23PM
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tommyr_gw

Tiny (14" long!) frog on a Hibiscus leaf!

Let's see if this works!

    Bookmark   June 17, 2012 at 10:33AM
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tommyr_gw

That should have read 1/4" long frog!

    Bookmark   June 17, 2012 at 10:34AM
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love_the_yard(z9A Jax FL)

All the pictures are so cute! Donna, what kind of baby birds do you have? I have a nest box of bluebirds!

Carol

    Bookmark   June 17, 2012 at 3:12PM
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dondeldux

Carol,
Those "were" and the word is "were" baby Gray Catbirds..alas they are gone, I found one dead baby in the nest and the other 2 were missing...:-(( so sad.....

    Bookmark   June 17, 2012 at 4:55PM
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dondeldux

...hopefully your bluebirds will end up with a much happier fate, we never see bluebirds in our area, at least I've never seen them, I think they like open fields. One year we put up a couple of bluebird boxes on posts and squirrels chewed the opening in the box and destroyed the boxes..they were never inhabited anyway...

Yours are adorable..can't wait to see more pictures along the way....

Donna

    Bookmark   June 17, 2012 at 5:02PM
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