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Kim

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My photos are always too big. Trying to find the ideal pixel width. I have 640 and 800 here. Both seem small to me on the landscape shot, but on the tall shot, photo seems too big. Guidelines, anyone???

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Walter John
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My photos are always too big. Trying to find the ideal pixel width. I have 640 and 800 here. Both seem small to me on the landscape shot, but on the tall shot, photo seems too big. Guidelines, anyone???

They seem fine to me Kim. I would consider adjusting your actual computer video resolution size.

This is mine by the way.

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Dypsisdean

Kim,

Keep in mind that the same pixel width will render a different "size" photo in a landscape mode photo as opposed to a portrait mode photo. In other words, you need to take the orientation into account. Some resizing programs have a setting to respect that difference and correct for it. (Flip any settings depending on orientation)

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BS Man about Palms

Morning picture.

test

I can't for the life of me seem to control where the pictures an the text go. :angry:

When I hit "post preview" only my text shows above, no "pictures" ggrrrr

Any Ideas?

even if I "return" a lot, it still puts my photos below what I type.

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BS Man about Palms

another test

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another try to see if it works...

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BS Man about Palms

By Jove,

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I think

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I've got the posting of text

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above and below pix figured out!!

(Thanx Kim, but I have to do it different on my computer..) :)

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BS Man about Palms

One more

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test!

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Kathryn

Looks like you figured it out Bill. Now, do you remember what you did? :)

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BS Man about Palms
Looks like you figured it out Bill. Now, do you remember what you did? :)

Should stick in my head at LEAST a week! :mrlooney:

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palmislandRandy

: photo test

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palmislandRandy
:winkie:

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Gallop

Test photo of my bizzi

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hanapalms

Morning picture.

test

I can't for the life of me seem to control where the pictures an the text go. :angry:

When I hit "post preview" only my text shows above, no "pictures" ggrrrr

Any Ideas?

even if I "return" a lot, it still puts my photos below what I type.

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hanapalms

Morning picture.

test

Are you attaching your photos from your hard drive? I just went through that myself. When you select the photo in the browser you need to go down to the attach button and it will show up in miniature with attach or delete options. At the end of the process go back down to the attach button. Once attached, the photos script or designation will show up in the text. If you want text below the photos, it needs to be added after the photo script. Am I making sense? Hope that helps.

Wakiubill

I can't for the life of me seem to control where the pictures an the text go. :angry:

When I hit "post preview" only my text shows above, no "pictures" ggrrrr

Any Ideas?

even if I "return" a lot, it still puts my photos below what I type.

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Kathryn

After you've uploaded the pictures, you still need to add them to the post. Look to the far right of the attachment section for "Add to Post or Delete". Put your cursor where you want the picture to appear in your text and then click on "Add to Post".

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peachy

test

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BS Man about Palms

Test using I.E. instead of my usual Firefox.

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peachy

test

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peachy

test

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mike in kurtistown

Test 1 at 90%.

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mike in kurtistown

Test at 95%.

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elskel

test

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elskel

test

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elskel

test

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Kim

elskel -- need help? If your photo size is too large, it won't load. I usually resize my photos to around 650 KB. Hope that helps.

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elskel

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elskel -- need help? If your photo size is too large, it won't load. I usually resize my photos to around 650 KB. Hope that helps.

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elskel

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Testing

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elskel

1.mov

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Testing

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palmster

mutant mule palm

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