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haber45 says

Complete newbie to blogs. I am just setting up my Photo-Blog Theme on my wordpress which is attached to my website. After many attempts and many failures (and a few successes) I have managed to upload three or four images (this has taken probably thirty minutes). In exasperation, I ftp’d twenty images and found no folder in the theme section which would accept them and, using the wordpress uploader, I was unable to access the files which are on my website. It appears that one can only load a picture at a time using the blog interface. At this rate, it will take me the better part of a morning or afternoon to upload thirty images. Surely this is not by design. What is it that I am missing?

Help.

Thanks for listening.

Harry Abernathy

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