Tonya asked me to do a little tutorial for those that are new to blogspot. I will show how to post pictures.
I am going into great detail here so some of this you probably already know hang in there with me...to see the pictures closer up just click on the picture and you will get a larger version.
First you click the little landscape looking picture thingy (thingy is a technical term).
Then when the upload box comes up click browse to find the picture on your computer:
When the search box comes up you can look around your computer for the picture you want to use ( in my case I will look in my quilting folder):
When I find the picture I want I can either double click it or click it once then click upload. After it is uploaded it will show as a little picture in the upload box:
Then I click okay. Once the picture showes in your post you will see a little blue menu bar. It will allow you to show the picture as small, medium, large or extra large. It will also allow you to choose where the picture is positioned. I like mine centered and I am going to show you what x-large does. I will then preview to see if my picture is how I want it:
Here is a preview with my picture set to x-large. As you can see the picture gets cut off on the side this way:
So I want to change it to just large and see what happens. I close the preview window. The menu box is gone but if I click on the picture again the menu box will come up (the red X is my click :) ) the arrow shows where I can change the size :
Once I change the size to large I can preview again to make sure this is right:
And it is ... you can see my whole name now. Then I notice that the picture is in the wrong place in my post. This happened because I didn't have my cursor where I wanted my picture to be when I started my upload. I want it to be below the break line and text :
If I then click on the picture I can drag it to where I want it in the post. No need to remove and re-upload it in the right place:
Then I can publish my post.
If there are any other things that you guys can think of that you would like a tutorial for just let me know.