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    nice looking hamata..

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    Thanks it's a cutting from elgeckos

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    You got the first part right, the [img] gets tacked on to the start of the link. But the [/img] doesn't go at the front, put it on the end.

    So instead of this:
    [img][/img]http://images2e.snapfish.com/2323232...%3A96345nu0mrj

    You should have this (make sure there are no spaces though, I put them in there so the code would show up):
    [img] http://images2e.snapfish.com/2323232...%3A96345nu0mrj [/img]


    Great pitchers btw.

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    ok Thanks i'll try it now

    Ha ha success is mine thanks for the help.

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