Thank you ann/whomever is there to help...sorry to be such a computer dolt!
So here is a link and I have now changed the privacy setting so hopefully you can see the photo(s) on flickr.
I have control clicked on the photo and found achoice that sends me to a box for source of the photo with alot of computer speak....? it is in all that computer speak?
a computer dolt! The computer dolts are the ones who dream this stuff up, assume everyone will read their minds and "know" that the way they dreamed it up is the way it ought to be.
That box may well be what we're looking for, but let me ask a couple of questions first. And, BTW, here's your photo (just so you know we can get there
A couple of questions for you:
1. Is the "Share this" button above the image (at Flickr) greyed-out? or can you click it? It is greyed-out for me...
2. I think you may have miscategorized your images at Flickr, which can cause the "Share this" button to be greyed out.
Here's what the Flickr Safety categories mean:
Safe - Content suitable for a global, public audience
Moderate - If you're not sure whether your content is suitable for a global, public audience but you think that it doesn't need to be restricted per se, this category is for you
Restricted - This is content you probably wouldn't show to your mum, and definitely shouldn't be seen by kids
A good rule of thumb is, bare breasts and bottoms are "moderate." Full frontal nudity is "restricted."
Your photos are categorized (by the Safety settings you used) as "Moderate"--but I think you really want them to be "Safe" as a default. You can always specify another category if you need to.
Here's a link explaining how you can adjust the settings: Flickr Safety Level Adjustments
The reason I'm asking about the "Share" button and the Flickr Safety settings is that I can show you how to post your pictures as is, but it will be a lot easier if we can use your "Share this" button.
Let me know, and we'll get on with the method you'd like to use!