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Adamchuk 01-31-2013 01:48 PM

Size of Images in Post
 
Can anyone help me out here. I am tired of my images showing up huge in my posts, how do i change the size of images when I link the url from my photobucket?

fullmetal 01-31-2013 01:53 PM

Click on [I][B]Account Settings[/B][/I].

Go to the [I][B]Album Settings[/B][/I] tab.

Under [I][B]Links [/B][/I]you will see numerous check boxes. Add a check to [I][B]IMG thumb[/B][/I].

This will provide the thumbnail link below each of your images for easy copy and paste. I wish more people used that feature.

MetDude 01-31-2013 01:58 PM

[QUOTE=fullmetal;4151300]Click on [I][B]Account Settings[/B][/I].

Go to the [I][B]Album Settings[/B][/I] tab.

Under [I][B]Links [/B][/I]you will see numerous check boxes. Add a check to [I][B]IMG thumb[/B][/I].

This will provide the thumbnail link below each of your images for easy copy and paste. I wish more people used that feature.[/QUOTE]

Thats an interesting alternative.

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I googled resizing images and looks like the adding code to resize a large pic it is a royal PITA.

I generally resize pictures to 640x480 or 320x240 before uploading.
(invert for for vertical cards)

Adamchuk 01-31-2013 02:00 PM

[QUOTE=fullmetal;4151300]Click on [I][B]Account Settings[/B][/I].

Go to the [I][B]Album Settings[/B][/I] tab.

Under [I][B]Links [/B][/I]you will see numerous check boxes. Add a check to [I][B]IMG thumb[/B][/I].

This will provide the thumbnail link below each of your images for easy copy and paste. I wish more people used that feature.[/QUOTE]

Thank you, that is exactly what I was looking for. Greatly appreciated

fullmetal 01-31-2013 02:02 PM

[QUOTE=MetDude;4151340]Thats an interesting alternative.

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I googled resizing images and looks like the adding code to resize a large pic it is a royal PITA.

I generally resize pictures to 640x480 or 320x240 before uploading.
(invert for for vertical cards)[/QUOTE]

This method you do not lose the detail of your scan/photo, but it makes the thread you post in easier to navigate. The thumbs are shown and one can click on them to see the detailed image.

Scrolling through a thread of dozens of images sizes is not my idea of fun.

Nicnac 02-01-2013 02:52 PM

switch to picasa. The link for the image has a portion near the end that is 's' followed by the size in pixels.

If the image I want to put here is:

[url]https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-xCeUM3G2OmY/TH54e9n544I/AAAAAAAABes/ChBpH_qjKXA/s731/IMG_4327.JPG[/url]

[IMG]https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-xCeUM3G2OmY/TH54e9n544I/AAAAAAAABes/ChBpH_qjKXA/s731/IMG_4327.JPG[/IMG]

that s731 is the size. I simply change it to s500 and blam! it's reduced to the exact size I want to present in the thread.

[IMG]https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-xCeUM3G2OmY/TH54e9n544I/AAAAAAAABes/ChBpH_qjKXA/s500/IMG_4327.JPG[/IMG]


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