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    Image hosting website that allows up to 10 MB?
    For a GIF? I have one that is 7.31 MB and can't find a site that will host it for free and PERMANENTLY.

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    Google Drive, Dropbox, any cloud service like that should do the trick I would think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aidan2110 View Post
    For a GIF? I have one that is 7.31 MB and can't find a site that will host it for free and PERMANENTLY.
    No such thing as a permanent free online host . . .

    Think MySpace for one example of what can, and probably ultimately will, happen. You may find a free hosting service (and Drop Box may meet your requirements) but if your files are important to you, online hosting shouldn't be your only archival choice.
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    I just need a site like imageshack or tinypic because all I need is the direct link. I want to post the GIFs on other message boards and I have some really good ones made. Sadly I have no way of posting them since sites like imgur, imageshack, and etc. only allow up to 5 MB.

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    Dropbox - use the public folder. You can have files as large as you'd like (I've got a 224MB file in there) and you can generate public links.
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    The chances of other forums allowing a 10MB animated GIF are pretty low -- you may want to rethink this plan ...

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    try photobucket i think they upload gif's you get 5gb free and it generates the direct link for you aswell. Plus you can have private folders
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