I like that connector. I am guess that, since I am connecting a 42" tall "rail" on the headboard that I should probably use 3 of these on each side and maybe 2 on each side of the 28" tall foot board.
If you install them right they pull up very tight.
I have viewed this video and it just wont go through. I think it might have something to do with this stupid Windows 8 computer.
I use Windows 8, and it's not a problem. There are a few ways to get images to post. If you have an image in your computer (pictures), and use the "manage attachments" options, clicking on the "browse" will produce a window of all your pictures. Just click on the one, and then scroll to the right to the "upload" button. Your picture must be within the kb parameters to load, and JPEG works the best. Then in the post, clicking on the paper clip
will drop down the attachment, and wherever you put the cursor indicator will place the image. It will show up as [attach]####[/attach].
Another way is if your image is in a hosting site (like Photobucket), and you want to use the "manage attachment" option, paste the URL in the "upload from a URL file". Scroll to the right and click on the upload. Make note that there is a separate upload button for either an image from your computer or from a URL. Then, clicking on the paperclip, will post the attachment as described above. NOTE: You won't see the actual image until you click on "Preview Post".
Another way, if you have the picture in a hosting site, use the IMG URL to post the image directly in the post. If it's a location URL, add [IMG] before the URL, and [/IMG] after the URL.
Picture size works out best if the image is 850 pixels wide or less. Anything wider will cause the post to be very wide and require all viewers to have to scroll left and right to view.