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Alobaied
6 posts
Message posted at 09/06/2008, 11:30:05 AM by Alobaied
hi



when I write a blog they give me this massge





ERROR: Please include at least one Dreamstime image related to the subject of your article!







why ??



how can I solve this problem ?
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Kenneystudios
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Message posted at 09/06/2008, 15:51:05 PM by Kenneystudios
Include an image.
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Alobaied
6 posts
Message posted at 09/06/2008, 17:59:24 PM by Alobaied
How ?



can you tell me please !! :s
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Davewhitney
34 posts
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Message posted at 09/06/2008, 21:35:44 PM by Davewhitney
Above the content that you're typing in, you'll see a little toolbar. The first two buttons for for bolding and italicizing text. Next two are 'insert image left align' and 'insert image right align.' Not necessarily in that order... I'm just kind of winging it.



Check it out. Give it a try.



Cheers.


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Alobaied
6 posts
Message posted at 09/06/2008, 21:45:44 PM by Alobaied
thanks ..





I do that but it's give me the same error



....



please I want the answer
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Rcmathiraj
172 posts
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Message edited at 09/07/2008, 00:54:46 AM by Rcmathiraj
Hi Alobaied,

when you create blogs...

put a title, and open one of your image(s) then copy the text(link) in address toolbar,

then paste it the image link button left or right in the blogs tools...

now your image enables in the blogs..



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Alobaied
6 posts
Message posted at 09/07/2008, 04:34:49 AM by Alobaied
thanks for all ..





the problem did not solve





ERROR: Please include at least one Dreamstime image related to the subject of your article! write your text here



please ..... I want to right a blogs
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Rebeccaosborn
1534 posts
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Message posted at 09/10/2008, 14:30:58 PM by Rebeccaosborn
1. Click on the green and blue colored icon above the blog

2. Copy the number of an image, any image, it does not have to be your, can be any image on dreamstime. The image is found in your address bar when you view the image.



3. Click OK.



This should work for you!


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Ladykassie
472 posts
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Message posted at 09/10/2008, 18:30:31 PM by Ladykassie
Here maybe this can help





Insert Image



;0)



~alice
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Yashou
11 posts
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Message posted at 10/25/2008, 16:58:25 PM by Yashou
it says the ID: 859246 is not valid.

Its a free image!
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Yashou
11 posts
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Message posted at 10/30/2008, 21:22:09 PM by Yashou
I tried using the above posted id and support mentioned in the message.. and support.

did not work, any inputs?
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Tangie
1645 posts
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Message posted at 10/31/2008, 03:35:34 AM by Tangie - member is an admin
HI,



The problem is that you are trying to insert an image from the free section. Unfortunately, this is not possible for the time being however, we anticipate to allow usage of free images in blog articles in the future.

If you select an image from the commercial or editorial sections, there should be no error message or problem.



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Zarg404
74 posts
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Message posted at 12/09/2011, 21:51:56 PM by Zarg404
Hi,



I had exactly the same problem. But I was not really understanding how to insert the image. You have to hit the button addimage and the you just have to put your image ID. What is troubling is that there is a "http://www." in the box which appears. You have to replace it by your image number ! That's it !
Nikon

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Miktrnr
1 posts
Message posted at 09/16/2013, 10:39:02 AM by Miktrnr
I agree that this message is rather confusing. Why not include a link after the message that leads to the images database. Seems so simple to me rather than having to scratch around and search for where. It might be intuitive to the designers but it certainly is not to me.

Kind regards

Michael Turner



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