[Bell Historians] Peal board photos

La Greenall laalaagrr@googlemail.com [bellhistorians] bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
Thu Dec 7 19:07:21 GMT 2017

Thankyou very much, Richard. Clear and detailed, yet also concise. I 
will add some photos to Waltham Abbey, Essex in due course, but it won't 
happen very quickly.


On 07/12/2017 18:11, Richard Smith richard at ex-parrot.com 
[bellhistorians] wrote:
> La Greenall laalaagrr at googlemail.com [bellhistorians] wrote:
> > I think I saw it said recently that photos can be uploaded to Bell
> > Board, but at a glance I can't see how. I admit BB is very new to me.
> > Please can someone give me a basic guide, on or off list, including how
> > to associate photos with particular peal records in BB?
> Certainly. I'll post it on list in case it's of help to
> others too.
> First of all, you need to register for a BellBoard account.
> You can do this here:
> https://bb.ringingworld.co.uk/register.php
> BellBoard will send you an email with a link to activate
> your account, and then you can log in
> https://bb.ringingworld.co.uk/login.php
> If you check the 'Stay logged in?' box, you'll stay logged
> in indefinitely and won't need to do this again.
> Next you need to locate the performance you want to add the
> photo to. Generally the search page is the best way to do
> this:
> https://bb.ringingworld.co.uk/search.php
> Searching by date is often easiest if you're looking for a
> specific performance whose details you know. If you want to
> search by an extact date, put the same date in the 'From'
> and 'To' search boxes.
> Once you've found the performance you want in the list of
> search results, click on the performance title to go to the
> page detailing it. At the top of the page will be a series
> of icons: typically one or more arrows to navigate the
> search results, a PDF icon, and a pencil icon which marks
> the edit menu. Click on the pencil (or allow your mouse to
> hover over it) and you'll get a list of actions you can
> perform on the performance. 'Upload photo' is one of them.

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