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Putting photo's in an ebay listing

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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
How do you put a number of photo's in an ebay listing without incurring the extra fee?

I mean photo's and slideshows in the main bulk of the listing

Rep will be left for all who help thanks
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
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#1
auctivia or something like that.

Look at someones listing that has multiple photo's it will say "powered by..." or something like that. :)
#2
Copy and paste the http for your photos from
somewhere like [url]www.photobucket.com[/url]

[url]www.auctiva.com[/url] offers a free slide show
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i use photobucket, i put in the auction descripton words in caps like HEREEEEE where i want the photo to be then i got to photobucket copy the html code and then go to the html coding in the auction and where it says HEREEEEE then i delete that and paste the HTML code into where the HEREEEEE was lol

Then when you flick back to normal view tab on the description box the photo is there and you could resize if needs be.
#4
[url]www.auctiva.com[/url] is great

also i use [url]www.auctionpix.co.uk[/url] for slideshows and other useful tools
#5
yes i do the same,copy & paste html i write a little about each thing in the standard tab then click on html add the pic then back to standard to write a little bit again
#6
amcol
i use photobucket, i put in the auction descripton words in caps like HEREEEEE where i want the photo to be then i got to photobucket copy the html code and then go to the html coding in the auction and where it says HEREEEEE then i delete that and paste the HTML code into where the HEREEEEE was lol

Then when you flick back to normal view tab on the description box the photo is there and you could resize if needs be.


Ohhh that's a good tip! :)
#7
thanks guys will rep all later when i get back from carphone warehouse again about my phone.

I feel as though this could be a very interesting trip. Orange have finally admitted its a fault in the phone so now we'll see what carphone "there's no fault in the phone" warehouse say about it
#8
I use Auctiva.com alot, you get free templates, you can add up to 16 pictures for free, but you will pay Ebay 15p if you want one of your pics on gallery. Auctiva also allows you to showcase all the other items you are selling. I find this particularly good when I'm selling lots of clothing.
It also looks more professional on your listing too.
It can occasionally run slow, but the benefits far outweigh this.
#9
dcx_badass
I use imageshack and the html code.


I can never seem to get auctiva to work for me.

Buy the way is that your photo?

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