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Picture problem


sugarbabe

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I've just uploaded some new photos to the following page

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they are normal jpg photos but when on website they look awful?? all other photos on site look fine so i'm not sure why???

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Kemistri

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I haven't got the time to check your code right now, but did you specify the wrong dimensions for each image by any chance? That's the first and most obvious cause of poor quality image display that springs to my mind.

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mco

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two of your images are thousands of pixels by thousands of pixels but you are displaying them as pretty small. First of all, go back and resize them to what you actually want them on the page.It's the green bag and the natural cotton bag

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Forum Editor

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are the same size - 100x133 pixels - but I wonder how you resized them. Did you do it by dragging the image to the correct size in your site design software?

The way to handle this is to resize the images in some photo-editing software - specify the pixel size of the image and save it before inserting into the site.

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sugarbabe

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ok thanks for your help I will re size in picture manager and re load x

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