STICKY Member's Rides Forum Rules

Chris

Administrator
Staff Member
Sep 28, 2015
35,394
Salem, Oregon
I made this sub-forum so that each member could have a designated thread where they could post photos of their TJ, almost like a gallery.

This is different than the TJ Build Threads sub-forum, as those threads are meant to follow people on their build progress, updates, etc.

This sub-forum is really mean to serve as nothing more than a gallery for each member's TJ.

RULES
  1. Each member is allowed ONE thread (unless you have more than one TJ / LJ)
  2. The thread title should read as follows: "Chris' 2005 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon" (Substitute my information for yours.)
  3. The threads should only contain photos of your TJ or things related to your TJ (i.e. parts you're installing).
This will keep the sub-forum clean, easy to navigate, and user friendly.

If you'd like, you can also add a link to your thread in your forum signature. This makes it easy for people to find your photos.
 

TJ2

TJ Addict
Dec 9, 2017
2,719
Texas United States
I have to be honest Chris, when I joined this forum, I never agreed to the rules and disclosure :)
It is too long and I did not have time to read it, and said whose idiot has the time to read all these? but it turned out that these guys in here are cool.
 

MaloStapalo

МалоСтапало
Supporting Member
Mar 26, 2018
619
Vail, coloRADo
I guess I should have worded the question better. I want to download a picture to the forum. How can I do that?
Download or upload? To upload hit attach file when you go to reply to a post then you can select thumbnail or full size, or on a phone you can select where the file is stored.
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Chris

Chris

Administrator
Staff Member
Sep 28, 2015
35,394
Salem, Oregon
I guess I should have worded the question better. I want to download a picture to the forum. How can I do that?
Download a photo or upload a photo of your own?

Downloading is totally different than uploading.

Uploading is as easy as preying the “Attach Files” button next to the “Post Reply” button.
 
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TJ2

TJ Addict
Dec 9, 2017
2,719
Texas United States
Upload is to give or put something to.
Download is to receive or take something from.

So confusing sometimes.

Sending and receiving are also different step-wise depending on where the file is located.
 
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