Click for ScrapBook Uploader

To get the "Scrapbook" option in email, First you need to create a Pagebuilder webpage.
Go to your homepage, click on "More", then click on "Pagebuilder".
Agree to the Terms, create the webpage, it doesn' have to be fancy at first.
THEN you get the Scrapbook option in your email.
You need to do that for each of your users.

You can Upload gif & jpg images received as attachments in an email.
You can also use the above Uploader for images found on the web. (Place the Uploader on an F-key for easy access.)

  Now that you have successfully uploaded images to your Scrapbook, you would like to get an URL to use them in your email, or to transload to another server?

   Here is how to get an URL for the images:

  Create a page for just your scrapbook images by going to "Pagebuilder" and click on "create".
Choose a background.
Then click on "add an item".
Next use the "picture" option.
Then from "your scrapbook" and place your scrapbook images on this page.

  As you add each image click on "view this picture" and note the file name scrapbook gives it.
It should look something like this: import_gif or mailed_jpg
  Be sure to change the _ (line) to a . (dot)
mailedD3_jpg to mailedD3.jpg

Place that in the caption box then hit "done". After you've added all your images click "publish".

Putting mailedD3.gif into one of the boxes is optional, and is only for future reference.

  You now have a URL address for each image.

The URL is composed of five (5) parts:

(1. the host) user name/(3.)the name of your image page/(4. image location)scrapbookFiles/(5.)the image file name

Note! The "F" in "scrapbookFiles" is a capitol "F".

For email go to mail then click on "settings", then "signature". Type in this code (image tag) between the body tags:

<img src=" user name/The name of your image page/scrapbookFiles/either importD# or   mailedD#.jpeg   or   .jpg    or    .gif" width="???" height="???">

ie: <img src="" width="141" height="36">

Or if you are using clipart from their Art Gallery, the URL will look something like this:

  NOTE! WNI will put a dash and a number right after "community" in the URL (-1) or (-2) or (-3). You must remove it from image URLs!

Now you understand how the URL is derived in the first place.
I teach this method because I think its important for a newbie to understand how a image URL is put together.

My Sample Image Page

Now that you know the basics, there are "Image extractor" tools that you can put on an "F-key", and while viewing your "image page" (or other webpages) you click on the tool F-key and can extract all the images onto a page with clickable URLs that you can Copy & Paste to where you want it.

The above is actually a 'redirect' URL.
Transloaders and image munipulation tools require the true URL.
Enter the URL you want to analyze below:

Then you can use the true URL to transload to another server.


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