Now about resizing your displayed pictures. Sometimes, you may have a large amount of pictures that you want to post.
In this case you can change the width and height of how your pics are displayed. You can decrease those values. After you post, the forums automatically assign pixel count values to your pictures. You can then go into your post and modify it further and change the width and height to a lower number so that you can have more pics in your posts.
Be forewarned however, that if you do reassign new values to your image size, it can distort the image.
[url=http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t45/DarthMorbius1977/VaderESB001.jpg][img width=300 height=225]http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t45/DarthMorbius1977/VaderESB001.jpg[/img][/url]
As you can see in the above code, the IMG tag is modified with a height of 225 pixels and a width of 300 pixels. This is the default size that the site allows for pics. it looks like this:
now, let's scale the pic down a bit...
[url=http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t45/DarthMorbius1977/VaderESB001.jpg][img width=275 height=200]http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t45/DarthMorbius1977/VaderESB001.jpg[/img][/url]
The above code is modified by decreasing both width and height values by 25px. It will look like this:Normal (forum default) size 300x225Resized a bit smaller 275x200 250x175225x150125x100
When clicked, the images still show up full size in a new window. You can make any size, but sometimes you have to play with the values a bit to get the image to look decent. Typically you want to decrease your pixel values by the same amount (25px in this case on both). Use your "Preveiw" button before posting to check sizes. Once you find a nice size, then you can make all your picture values the same, and have smaller pics and still be able to post them all.