Backgrounder: AB offers two ways to post images. You can upload directly to AB where your image gets stored on the server computer AB is running on or you can upload your picture to a image hosting web site and put the link to the image in your post.
The storage and handling of images and text on server computers is not the same. Transferring pictures uses a different protocol, transfer and delivery system, than text. Servers and the programs running on them as the AB program are
1st. Uploading directly to Arachnoboards:
You can do this by using the “Attach Files” section below when you are making a new post/thread. Valid file extensions include: bmp doc gif jpe jpeg jpg pdf png psd txt zip. The file must be under 100k(kilobytes) in size. There could be a limit to the dimension of the image but I’m not positive on this.
Click the [Manage Attachments] button and you should
It is with great pleasure that I present to you "Arachnoboards 2.0". Not right now, but in the near future, I will try to document some of the new things that are around in the new software. Please report any problems or bugs in the troubleshooting forum.
Also, please note that the links section is currently offline due to software issues. Sorry for any inconvenience this might cause.
A Apophyses : the proper term for the tibial spurs or hooks that most mature male tarantulas have on their first pair of legs.
Arboreal : These tarantulas live in elevated positions, usually in trees. As such, they need to be provided with enclosures that allow them to feel safe in an elevated position. Substrate depth is not important. One important consideration with these tarantulas is that they will tend to use webbign to fabricate a hide in an elevated position. Thus,