Last edited by TiredFeet; 06-20-2008 at 19:19. Reason: trying to get pic to display
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I re-edited the post and it shows fine for me. It did before and does now that I have restored it to what I originally had. I could and can now click on the image in the post to display the gallery image.
It seems that the software has been changed in how it links to images in the gallery. The last time I linked to an image in the gallery, I simply copied the "BB image code" at the bottom of the image window in the gallery to the post and it displayed just fine.
Somebody seems to have changed the BB image code and how images are displayed in posts. If I remember correctly, before the BB image code simply wrapped "image" tags around the gallery location. Now it seems they have gotten very fancy and use "url" tags as well.
I think the old method worked fine. Not too sure why things were changed.
Here's what happens if I copy the BB image code from the gallery image:
here's what happens if I delete the"url tags"
both images show for me, but the first allows me to click on the image to display the gallery image.
Alternatively, I only have 2 images in the gallery so you could just click on my gallery images to see theimage.
All this planning around the board running along the floor has me thinking, why bother? That board is not going to get in your way. I guess I can just imagine falling on it would be quite painful, but then you shouldn't be falling out of the hammock anyway! That probably explains why 99% of the hammock stands are versions of the same design--it works! That said, I think the Hammaka Bow Arch is much nicer looking, and since I was going to put it in the bedroom, that is why it appealed to me.
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using the photo above, clean and shape the design.....more "A" Angle to it, etc... start with a couple of 1 X 12's then laminate them with a central layer of 1/4 inch plywood. lay out an Arch, cut it out with a jig saw, and then put the arches together like the road barrier..that avoids the compound angles required on the Hammaka Arch...
Do you know any welders. That design would be simple to make with piping and still maintain its decorative value.
It could be held together with bolts/wing nuts or king pins for easy disassembly.