Re: OT: Picture Hosting

From: Gary Hedlin (
Date: Sat Jan 08 2011 - 15:38:20 EST

If it were me, Ild use googles picasa. Easy to upload and there's no transfer limits, which photobucket and even hosting accounts have. Plus it's free.

Gary Hedlin
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On Jan 8, 2011, at 10:52 AM, ".lists" <> wrote:

> Your best bet would probably be to talk to the person who maintains your web site, as they would know all the details on uploading files to the site (username, password, server name to connect to, etc).
> Kurt
> Sent from my pretentious Apple-made phone.
> On Jan 8, 2011, at 12:17, Jamie C <> wrote:
>> Obviously this is completely off topic but I know there a bunch of computer
>> knowledgeable people here!
>> We have a website hosted at but in addition to the website, I
>> would like to use our available web space to host some pictures so when I
>> created an eBay listing, it will pull the pictures from my web space. I
>> considered Photobucket but I think I'd rather use our own web space. Or
>> perhaps someone can point out the pros/cons of each.
>> Regarding my own hosting, where would I begin? I don't maintain our own
>> website so I wouldn't know where to start, how to upload, how to link them
>> etc.
>> Thanks for any help!
>> Jamie

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