The problem is that image hosting ended up being a significant cost in running the service for free and so I had to turn it off.
You can easily use another upload service to add images to, and then just paste the link in your wiki page. This will make it so the image is displayed.
For an example, view the wiki source of this page:
If you would be willing to pay a subscription of $5 per month for 100MB of uploads per month to be added to your wiki, feel free to let me know via the bug tracker (http://bugs.editthis.info).
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Yes there is a way to show an image from another site. Photobucket alows you to upload an image to the server. You can click on the image after it is uploaded and then click on the share box in the menu that shows up. Thsi will give you the url of the image on your clipboard. In the coding for the page type <img src="image location" height="image height" width="image width" style="position: absolute; top: vertical location in pixels; float: left or right;" image location is the urland needs to have the url pasted in from the clipboard. with the height and width just replace those with a number. this also applies to how far up or down the page, verically, that you want the image. floating an image left or right allows you to float an image to the left or right with the text flowing around it.
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