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image from URL
why they ceased to be seen:


and all others

pictures and their addresses are valid!

translation from https://picr.de/f... :

Where can I use PicR.de everywhere?
PicR.de is designed for the delivery of images for online forums and communities. From version 4 (January 2011), the terms of use have changed positively and integration in auctions, private (non-public) forums etc is allowed. The use of PicR.de as an image server for static websites (website design) is still undesirable. "Webmasters" (forum operators etc) need not ask me in advance whether they can install a fixed link to PicR.de upload service in your project, since I agree with this question hereby as a precaution. PicR.de is indeed thought and done - so anyone can link to PicR.de as he pleases. This is also the nature of the internet. So go :-)
Edited by JackH on 11/13/2017 12:21 PM
Now they are displayed in order
Why was that so?
None no valid Image.
Compare the quality of the same image uploaded to picr.de :


and HRO:

The image from picr.de is 1280 ? 960 pixels when you click on it (full size).

The other image, (labeled HRO) is 800px ? 600px.

I only see a size difference between the two. You can use both methods.

KKTO Roaster.
Probably yes.
The only practical difference is, that to picr.de can be uploaded the original size, resolution and compression are automatically adjusted there.
It is possible to place the image anywhere between the text.
The other problem is, if at some later date, the hosted photo is no longer available, then the content loses its cohesiveness.
Uploading a photo is much better, for the forum, in the long run.

Look at the catastrophe caused by PhotoBucket.

Ken in NC
Backwoods Roaster
"I wish I could taste as well as I wish I could roast."

As Abraham Lincoln said "Do not trust everything you read on the internet".
It is possible that the host will have a financial problem in the future and then this.
It seems to me that in the past, images from external sources were first displayed in a preview, after clicked in full size.
Or does it seem to me?
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