One problem that I always faced while posting articles was with embedding images. SnagIt did ease this a little bit, but I still had the problem with the sizing of the images. I had to accommodate the image within the width set by the theme . If the image size exceeds this width, I have to go for a minimized version of the same.
One solution is to make this “minimized” image a hyperlink to the bigger/actual image. The problem is that the user is moved away from the current page and he has to again press the “back” button to go back to the article.
Lightbox JS by Lokesh Dhakar, is a simple, unobtrusive script which can be used to overlay images on the current page. It is pretty easy to setup and works on all browsers. (But I did have a problem with IE7 “Beta”)
(Click on the image to see Lightbox in action. For the image set, hover over the image and press the “Next” button)