Tuesday, 20 July 2010

Army plan

I have now got my valhallan army all planned out and i have made a chart (thingy) to help me keep track of my progress.



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(can anyone tell me how to put a small preview image here?)

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  1. Have a look for the HTML thumbnail code on photobucket. Copy it and then paste it into your blog post. You'll need to click the edit html tab before you paste it, don't paste it into the compose section.

    Hope that helps, although, you're better just uploading the image straight into blogger via the picture icon in the compose section.

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  2. Thanks, i did try that, but it was too big.

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