Sorry fella's, I though I uploaded them correctly, guess not....
Nah, Leo, you uploaded them just fine.
Okay, class, everybody get ready for another lesson.
Leo's mistake was when he used the command, he used the URL of the page he was looking at in the Gallery instead of the URL of the photo.
His url was [URL="http://photos.thedieselstop.com/showphoto.php/photo/33918/ppuser/61001"]Interior shot from Drivers side door - TheDieselStop.Com Photo Hosting[/URL]. But a URL to be inside the [ img] command must end with ".jpg" or another photo format. Here's how to do it:
Look at the photo in your Gallery. Click on the photo to make it as big as it will get on your screen. Then right-click on the photo which brings up a pop-up window. In that pop-up window, click on "properties" and you'll get another pop-up that includes the URL of the photo. Highlight that URL, then copy it into RAM (I use Ctrl-C, but right-click plus clicking on "copy" will usually do it too.)
Then when you want to include that photo in a post, go off into Notepad and build the command, then copy that command back into the post. The command will look like this (without the spaces I added to prevent it from automagically being executed):
[ img]url_of_the_photo[/ img]
His photo URL is added to the command by first typing [ img] then right-clicking on the screen in notepad and then clicking on "paste". Or you could also use Ctrl V. Then add the ending [ /img]
[ img]http://photos.thedieselstop.com/data/500/medium/SSPX0103.jpg[/ img]
And without the added spaces it looks like this: