Adding Images to a Blog using Free Image Hosting

Inserting an Image into a Blog that Doesn't Do Image Hosting

These posters are ready to print out and use with your
students to help them enhance their blogs.

Inserting Image into Blog

The Text from the Poster

1. Prepare your image by using Paint.Net.

2. Open your favorite web browser and log into your blog.

3. Write your article or copy and paste it from a word processing
document then put cursor where you want the picture to go.

4. Press the picture icon (the one that looks like mountains)

5. Open a second browser window and go to
http://www.picvault.info

6. Use the 'Browse' button to find YOUR picture.

7. Press the 'upload image' button.

8. Press 'Select Code' from the top box
marked 'URL of your image' then copy it.

9. Return to your Blogmeister article and
paste the code into 'Image Info- URL'
box and press OK

10. Request publishing for your article.

Inserting an Image into a Blog

Adding Images to Your Blog
- Using PicVault - Word Version
Inserting an Image
Adding Images to Your Blog-
- Using PicVault - Acrobat Version

 

Tips & Tricks:
  • Demonstrate the procedure once on an data projector.
  • Demonstrate the procedure to small groups on single computers.
  • Point out that procedural texts are read step by step.
  • Why might the author of this document have used bold in some parts of the procedure?
  • Ensure this procedure is kept in a book and the students take it with them when they blog.
  • Laminate this poster and stick it up next to the computers for those that forget their own procedures.

NB - You may have to experiment with a few photo hosts to see which ones work for you.

Using xs.to

Inserting an Image into a Blog

Adding Images to Your Blog
- Using http://xs.to - Word Version
Inserting an Image
Adding Images to Your Blog-
- Using http://xs.to - Acrobat Version

Using ImageShack

Inserting an Image into a Blog

Adding Images to Your Blog
Using http://imageshack.us/ - Word Version
Inserting an Image
Adding Images to Your Blog-
- Using http://imageshack.us/ - Acrobat Version

 






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