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How to add more pics to listing for sale ??
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎02-09-2012

Hello, I am new to selling.... & I cannot figure out how ppl. are adding additional, larger pics to the 'Description' area on their items for sale. I have the four 'free' ones up top - & don't wish to add them there; but rather have them seen when u scroll down.


Is this something I can do for free?


I've read thru the more in-depth form to list/revise an item. But don't see any info. regarding this. Even tried to copy & paste, but was unsuccessful. (unless I was doing it wrong)





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Posts: 8,117
Registered: ‎05-24-2009
in reply to bc.collector

You can add up to 12 pictures on your listing for free with eBay picture hosting.


The procedure you refer to requires you to host your images on a third party photo hosting site, such as Photobucket, then you transfer the image code to the listing form in the HTML tab.

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