For articles or tutorials, you may upload 0-10 images
from your hard drive or from some website where you've got them hosted.
The images will be hosted here on DevImg.net, even if you load them from another website where they already reside.
Permitted image formats are JPEG, PNG, GIF, and BMP. Extension is irrelevant. In fact, if loading images from a URL,
you can even load from dynamic scripts (for example, "http://website.com/image.php?id=30") as long as the script outputs the image itself,
and not an HTML page that shows the image.
Images can be any width or height, though there is a limitation to the file size.
If you use a JPEG, PNG, or GIF, it must be no larger than one megabyte.
If you use a BMP, it's OK for it to be several megabytes in size because it will be
saved as a PNG on the server, which compresses it greatly while perfectly preserving image quality.
However this PNG image still has to abide by the one-megabyte filesize limitation rule.
For each image, after you've uploaded it, you can write an optional caption for it, which is the text that appears just below the image.
NOTE: For articles, the images are not displayed by default; instead, you insert references to them in the 'Contents' edit-box.
If '#' is the number of the image (from 1 to 10), then to insert a centered thumbnail that links to the fullsize image, you write
<thumb #>' (example:
<thumb 1>). To directly insert the fullsize image itself, you say
<image #>. For either thumbnail
or fullsize image, you can align it to the left with
<thumb # left> or
<image # left>, and you can align it to the right
<thumb # right> or
<image # right>.
You may need to edit your post to fine-tune this. Your images will not be lost even if you forget to insert them into the text.