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Image Shack Toolbar - a convenient way to snag net pics

review from ClifNotes, Oct 2006, permalink


Many of the reviews you see here require that I go through several steps to get you a screenshot of the application. I like to see a glimpse and I'm sure you do too.


First, I locate a screenshot or create one myself. If the screenshot is at a website, I have to download it to my PC. Next I have to upload it to another website that will allow me to HotLink the image. I often use this wiki to upload to or I sometimes use PhotoBucket. Finally, I have to grab the URL (internet address) of the image and paste the link into my article.


Now I have a tool that's making all of this much easier. The ImageShack Toolbar is a browser add-on that will allow you to right click on any image in a webpage and upload it to ImageShack's website. This toolbar also will give you access to paste in the URL's of your images hosted at ImageShack. It's in a toolbar so it's always right there. To make the best use of this toolbar, I recommend you sign up for a free account at ImageShack like I have.


Quote from the website

The ImageShack Toolbar integrates with Firefox, Internet Explorer 6.0 and Windows XP and has drag-and-drop, right-click upload, and many other features.



ImageShack® is an intuitive and easy-to-use free image hosting solution. It can be used to share pictures with friends, as well as to post images on message boards and blogs. It can also be used to direct link images on websites and online auctions. You can upload as many images as you want, as long as each one adheres to the Terms of Service.