This is a tutorial post, detailing what you need to know about uploading images or creating articles.
Step 1: Create User or Log in
Create a New User or Log In to your Existing Account if you are not currently logged in to your account.
Step 2: Select Your Images
Select the images you want to upload from whichever folder they reside in.
Step 3: Drag them into the Media Field
Drag them from their current folder into the media field on Fishy-Pix
Step 4: Choose Article or Image
Once you drag the images into the media field, choose ARTICLE or IMAGE. There isn't much difference between the two, other than an article has a few more features. They both create a page where your single or multiple image(s) reside. If you want to tell a story, use article... if you prefer to just have a single image or have a simple gallery of multiple images, use image.
Step 5 A: Add Captions or Extended Content
Once your drop your image(s) into the media field, you can add captions, or extended content (longer blocks of text than would normally fit into a caption). I use captions for sub titles quite often and the Content field for longer blocks of text.
Step 5 B: Advanced Settings
Clicking on the Advanced Settings link (+ sign) will open up a few more fields including Tags (you can add your own), Privacy, Comments, and usage licensing tabs that you can customize based on your needs.
Step 5 C: Fill in Appropriate Fields
Enter the information in the fields for Caption, Source, and Extended Content (none of these fields is required).
Step 6: All Done
Your post has been created. You will be redirected to the page where your content resides. You can use that link to share the post or you can right click on individual images to get the image URL if you want to share them on another site.
Step 7: Editing Your Post
If you want to edit your post, from the top right , click on the profile button and select MEDIA FILES
Step 8: Editing Your Post B
Find your post in your media library, hover over the image, and click on the pencil icon to edit the post, captions, or details. Click on Save Changes at the bottom of the page to save your edits.