"I was using a photo gallery application installed on the website to view and share the photos, but Dropbox has a much better interface for sharing and displaying images. So I want to move these files to Dropbox. The only option I have now is to download them first and then upload to Dropbox, but it is really annoying. So can I just upload directly from that website to Dropbox? Is it possible?"
This user asks for help in Dropbox Community that he wants to directly upload his photos from the website to Dropbox without downloading. Is it possible? If you also have a similar demand, don't worry, the good news is that you can upload file to Dropbox via URL to achieve your goal. Uploading files to Dropbox via URL not only allows you to directly add them to cloud without downloading to local PC first but also eliminates the worries of the speed of uploading process.
But how to upload files from URL to Dropbox? Here you can rely on a free third-party, MultCloud and the following part will give you a step by step guide.
Upload to Dropbox from URL with MultCloud
MultCloud is a multiple cloud manager that puts several clouds into one platform. To upload URL to Dropbox, you can take advantage of MultCloud "Cloud Explorer" function. There is an instruction on how it works.