There's two methods to bring an image into the post - either by uploading it to PriusChat, or linking in an image already uploaded someplace else. An image uploaded to PriusChat can come from your computer or again someplace online. Images that are uploaded show up as thumbnails, click on them to see the full-size image. Upload an image (from URL or your computer): First, click on the paperclip to bring up the attachment window. From here there's two ways - upload the image from a URL if you've already loaded the file someplace else on the web, or upload from your computer using the browse and upload buttons. Close the window. Second, click on the paperclip again, this time choose the insert attachments option. Now you'll see attachments in your edit window. When you finish the post, it will have a thumbnail (reduced-size image) in the post that people can click on to see the full-size image. Advantage: only way to directly load an image directly from your computer to PriusChat Disadvantage: limited disk space available, but it should handle most everybody's needs. Maximum JPEG size is 1024x768. Pictures in the post are first seen as thumbnails. Link to an image (URL only): If you want the full-size image directly in the post, click on the icon of the mountain with a yellow background. This will let you directly load in the picture, but only from an existing URL. Advantages: doesn't count towards PriusChat disk space, shows as full size in post Disadvantages: if the image at the URL goes away, so does the picture in the post. May take a page longer to load if there are lots of full-size pictures. To get the URL: this is the internet address, starting with http:// To get the full URL to an image that is part of another page (for instance something that ends with .html or .asp, not .jpg or .gif), right-click on the image (Mac owners using an original one-button mouse can ctrl-click). Generally you can choose 'properties', and there will be a URL line. In Firefox and Mac Safari you can also choose 'view image' and it will come up in a window or tab by itself, now you can simply copy the full URL.