Posting Multiple Large Pictures on CraigsList
OK, as much as I love CraigsList I thought I would do that next.
Anyone that spends any time viewing CraigsList has surly seen more than just the four small pictures they allow you to post on their web site. You may have wondered "How the heck do they do that".
It is actually pretty simple, it is basically the same as posting pictures to a web forum with one exception, CraigsList and I am told EBay work with HTML code instead of IMG.
So here are the basics, upload your photos of the item you wish to sell to your web hosting site (I like to use the 15" screen or sometimes the 17" screen size). I will use Photobucket, Place them all in one file to make it easier to work with.
Once you have them all in one file click on the select/unselect all box (1). Clear any boxes of the pictures you do not want to appear on Craigslist. Next click on Generate HTML and IMG code (2).
Once you click on Generate HTML and IMG code this is what should appear.
Now all you have to do is click in the HTML image box making sure everything is highlighted and copy it into the text portion of your CraigsList add. It should appear like this.
Click on the continue button and your photos should appear, then just finish your ad as you normally would. I was not able to copy the complete add in Craigslist, but trust me they all showed up.
If you post pictures this way there is no limit to the amount you can have on Craigslist. I have seen as many as 12.
Remember you are not posting the actual picture on Craigslist, just a link so they can view them. So DO NOT MOVE YOUR PICTURES
until you take down your add.
Go ahead and practice posting pictures to Craigslist, as long as you do not complete your add it should not be a problem.
I hope this helped and will try to get around to posting pictures from the web and posting a PDF file.