06-18-2006 01:41 PM - edited 06-18-2006 01:41 PM
Message Edited by robinart on 06-18-2006 10:43 AM
06-18-2006 01:45 PM
06-18-2006 02:09 PM
Thanks for you help.
I have tried to resize the jpg's using Hypersnap. At least I think I resized them, because the size of the file went down. But when I upload the smaller file it still takes up the same size space which is appreciably more than the size of the screen. What might I be doing wrong?
06-18-2006 02:15 PM
06-18-2006 02:27 PM
06-18-2006 02:32 PM
06-18-2006 03:00 PM
Ok....I got what I wanted by changing the jpg Dimensions to 600x450. Still, I must have been doing something wrong earlier.
Anyway, your suggestions let me know I was on the right track.
Thankyou very much,
BTW, here's the URL to my website:
06-18-2006 03:05 PM - edited 06-18-2006 03:05 PM
Message Edited by FishMan on 06-18-2006 12:06 PM
06-18-2006 03:08 PM
You must not have been resizing the images properly, or not uploading the right version. For example, looking at site1013.jpg, it's 1600x1200 pixels (and with a file size of over a half-meg, which is way too large for a webpage - dialup users would never get to see it).
Another possibility - you may have resized the image, given it a new name, and uploaded it, but the webpage was still pointing to the original, oversized image!
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