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Photobucket's 3rd Party Hosting Blackmail! How to get around it!

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Clifford3200:
Hey guys,

So I'm sure most of you have noticed that your photos have turned into this ugly ad tactic that makes you want to puch your computer!



Well lucky for you guys,
I have found a way around this scheme without forking out $400!



TADA!!

First off a bit of a heads up; I will be describing the code that is used to make each of our posts possible, but to be able to do that I have to make a small change:

This site uses these brackets [] to show code, but to make sure nothing is left out, I will be using these brackets <>, with periods as spacers.

Ok, so when you want to BOLD something you highlight it and it makes it look like this <.b>BOLD<./b.>

Well when you post a photo from photobucket, it looks like this

<.URL.=http://s304.photobucket.com/user/zombiebabex/media/Collages/received_1549484775070011_zpsn8kphtvr.jpeg.html.><.IMG.>http;//i304.photobucket.com/albums/nn187/zombiebabex/Collages/received_1549484775070011_zpsn8kphtvr,jpeg<./.IMG.><./.URL.>

In order to get your pic to work, we are going to get rid of some of that!!

<.URL.=http://s304.photobucket.com/user/zombiebabex/media/Collages/received_1549484775070011_zpsn8kphtvr.jpeg.html.><.IMG.>http;//i304.photobucket.com/albums/nn187/zombiebabex/Collages/received_1549484775070011_zpsn8kphtvr,jpeg<./.IMG.><./.URL.>

Only keeping the parts that pixelate your beautiful picture onto this forum!!!

Happy Posting Fellow X'ers!!!And don't forget build to check out my build ;)

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