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I can't actually find it documented anywhere, but I uploaded an image and played with the "More Sizes" list: Original http://i.stack.imgur.com/YdJZt.jpg I haven't included the image inline, because StackExchange would automatically scale it down. To view the original at its full size, click the link. Large thumbnail http://i.stack.imgur.com/YdJZtl.jpg ...
You need to do the following: Click on Albums Click on the Album Name you want add images to Select Edit Album on the top right select Add/Remove images A pop-up then appears which will let you reorganise your images. The drop down on the bottom right allows to add images that are not in albums, other albums, the current album or all images.
From the TOS, this would seem to suggest that nothing happens to your licensing. Imgur Terms of Service are subject to change without notice. All files are copyrighted © to their respective owners. Imgur directs full legal responsibility of files to their respective users. To answer the other part of your question, AFAIK, there is now way ...
There are 6 total thumbnails that an image can be resized to. Each one is accessable by appending a single character suffix to the end of the image ID, and before the file extension. For example, the image located at http://i.imgur.com/12345.jpg has the Medium Thumbnail located at http://i.imgur.com/12345m.jpg The thumbnails are: s = Small Square ...
I was wondering the same thing! Here we go: Click the "images" link in the top right nav. URL path should become /all/. "Add to album" dropdown should appear on the right. Pick an album in the dropdown. Upload image via drag-and-drop or using the "Computer" or "Web" buttons on the right. Good luck!
The only reason that services which allow sharing option (TwitPic, imgur and even Dropbox) force you to share rights on your content is to allow the service to do its job, namely: publish this content. Dropbox, for instance, had an incident when they changed the TOS: there was a big discussion, and Dropbox guys had to explain why they did that. Here the ...
Assuming you have an account on imgur (which you should if you have an album), say you have an album called Pickles You can delete an image from the album by clicking the red [X] Or go to View Image Info and Select Delete Images. You should be given the option to delete the image. More information available from Imgur's FAQs.
The Terms of Service say, "Don't upload copyrighted material, harassment, spam, gore, pornography, or especially child pornography. If you do, we will ban you, delete all your images, report you to the authorities if necessary, and prevent you from viewing any images hosted on Imgur.com." So, I suppose you could try uploading some gore? SERIOUSLY, ...
To do so, click albums, go into the album you would like to add your images to, click Edit Album and then Add/Remove Images. There you can select the images you would like to move to the currently selected album.
From the New and Improved TOS, everything you upload "belongs" to them: With regard to any file or content you upload to the public portions of our site, you grant Imgur a non-exclusive, royalty- free, perpetual, irrevocable worldwide license (with sublicense and assignment rights) to use, to display online and in any present or future media, to create ...
You need to get into the gallery to get captions. How do you do that? To get your image into the Gallery, it must be spread all over the Internet and gain a certain level of popularity. This means that you’re still able to upload images and have them remain private (just don’t share them all over the Internet!) while still being able to view the best ...
Copy the URL to the .jpg file at imgur to the clipboard. In Outlook.com, click Cog wheel, More mail settings, Formatting, font and signature. In the Personal signature section, click the Rich text drop-down. Select Edit in HTML. At the desired location, enter <img src="http://...">. Click Save.
Taking info from the link in @Sathya's comment above, the answer is to use Mobypicture. Their page News: your content is yours is very clear (my emphasis) Content Ownership: All rights of uploaded content by our users remain the property of our users and can in no means be sold or used by Mobypicture or affiliated third party partners without consent ...
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