If you've got a picture which is already accessible on a web page (in other words not just on your own computer) then you can use img tags in your post like so:
You can usually get the link information from the URL bar of your browser when you are looking at the image, or by doing 'Copy link location' in Firefox, I don't know about IE. That's the string you'd paste into the img tags above.
If the picture is currently on your own computer than attaching it is the easiest way, since that copies it up to this site. Alternatively you could see if your ISP gives you some web space to upload it to, or you could use a third party site like Photobucket to store the picture and link it from there.
I am a new joiner to this forum.
Car is a 2016 Forester XT.
In my opinion, the handling of FXT leaves a lot to be desired when compared with competitors like VW and Nissan.
Things get even worse when my other cars are 2-seater, rear wheel drive roadsters.
Recently I pulled the...
Been on this site for couple of months now browsing and researching and finally pulled the trigger on a 2020 Sport in late September and placed an order on my Forester.
Prior to this car, my previous Subaru was a 2018 Crosstrek premium trim. My other cars are a 2015 BMW X5 MSport and...
I bought my 2020 Forester Sport in December 2019 after a really good deal presented itself. I had an '18 Crosstrek for a couple of years. Long ago I had an '84 GL wagon.
Just some photos:
I needed a way to secure my large phone as the cubby is smaller than the one in my old Crosstrek...