wp-twitpic inserts an image from twitpic.com into your blog post using the unique hash (id) provided by twitpic.
It is fairly simple to use wp-twitpic plugin. Make sure the plugin is activated on the plugin's page and use any of the following shortcode while writing your blog post to display image from the twitpic. wp-twitpic uses the unique hash (id) provided by twitpic to display image in your post. This unique hash(id) can be found in the twitpic URL. For instance the link http://twitpic.com/d63jg has the hash(id) d63jg , which can be used in the following shortcodes.
If you want to insert images from twitsnaps, replace twitpic with twitsnaps in the following shortcode examples. The unique id for images can be found in the twitsnaps URL. For instance the links http://twitsnaps.com/fullphoto.php?imgid=14624 has the id 14624 and can be used in the following shortcodes.
Display twitpic thumb image with twitpic url. [twitpic id=d63jg]
Display a full size image [twitpic id=d63jg size=full]
Specify the alignment of the image.In the following case the css class is also assigned as 'alignright' [twitpic id=d63jg size=full align=right]
Override the default URL(should have http:// prefixed) [twitpic id=d63jg size=full align=right myurl=http://www.digimantra.com]
Specify a different css class to the image [twitpic id=d63jg class=border2]
Specify alt tag (note the quotes around the alt value, as it has white spaces in it) [twitpic id=d63jg alt="my alt value"]
Specify an image without any URL [twitpic id=d63jg url=0]
NOTE: You can use the above options with any combination. The only mandatory part is to specify an id, if it is not passed the image won't be able to render.