Nah, nah, I just typed this stuff up so he can learn things. He can do this. He made the account and uploaded some stuff to an image host, so he can do this too if he gets some easier instructions.
I Don't get you.
I can't do it. Forget it.
Yeah, it's kinda hard if you're not yet solid on basic computer vocab.
But you have a ripway account at least, so that's a good start.
I was trying to keep the number of steps down in the first post, especially since I wanted them to work for more than just ripway. But here's some instructions for ripway:
0. Make an account on ripway (you did this already) and log in.
1. Go to "My Files"
2. In the box next to "Create Subfolder" type Avy.png then click "Create Subfolder"
3. Click on the link to that folder you just made in the file listing
4. Click "Create Text File"
5. Enter index.php as the filename, and copy the script from my first post in this thread into the big Text box. Don't change anything. Click "Save File"
6. Click "Up to Parent Folder" to return to the main folder
7. Click "Upload Files"
7a. If the images you want to rotate aren't on your computer, open a new tab in your browser download them to your desktop first.
8. For each image file you want to upload, click a new "Browse" button to select it on your computer. Click "Upload" when you're finished or you've selected the maximum of six.
9. After it's finished uploading, click "Click here to continue!" to go back to your main folder.
9a. If you have more files, repeat steps 7, 8, and 9.
10. The image files you uploaded are now in the main file list. Click the check boxes next to all of them. Look at the bottom of the page where it says "Move Files To": choose Avy.png from the drop down box and then click "Move Files To" (This is necessary because ripway doesn't let you upload anything directly into Avy.png. You have to upload it to the main folder and then move it)
11. Then, back here on this forum, you put the URL of the folder in the Link to Offsite Avatar box in your Profile.
Even at 11, you can do this. Just take it slow and follow each instruction literally, one at a time, without trying to second guess them or read too much into them. If you hit a snag on a specific step, ask again!