View Images As Guest




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you want to view this second image. click ! wellcome to the dark new world

or maybe you can still view it ?

Step 1: Right Click

right click on the thumbnail and click view image

Step 2: View Image

the thumbnail is now open in new window

Step 3: Edit

now we gonna edit the url in the window and change the THUMB at the end

Step 4: Pika !

change to MEDIUM (uppercase) to view the size you would see in the instructable

Step 5: Pikachu !

change to LARGE (uppercase) to view it huge like never before



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    9 Discussions


    9 years ago on Introduction

    Not to be a stick in the mud, but wouldn't the purpose be, of having undersized pics / no "view all steps on one page" link, to try and generate more signed up users? Given that, I don't really see the point to this. Strangley enough once the guest has finally viewed this I'ble, one step at a time and completed the steps he / she could be a signed up new member. Go figure. Although I must ask, if an image is opened by right clicking / open new tab (by a signed user) is the opened image the original full size? Or could your method be useful for this? Just wondering.

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    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    this isnt is more than anything else to show that there is + the way to view insts without sign up. nevermind if its more complex than the sign up itself i would not sign up to a site that requires that to view stuff chicken2209 says that it should be changed to ORIGINAL skate6566 says that LARGE may have varying extensions. this suggests that large is the original file


    i tried it in the inst in the example - did not work from what skate says LARGE should be actually the original file


    9 years ago on Introduction

    LARGE is not used by instructables, but in fact, when you set it to LARGE, it don't mean it will be bigger, it mean it will have the original size of the picture.


    9 years ago on Introduction

    Sometimes. however, if the original image was a .gif, you'll have to change it to LARGE.gif