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Offline TedAppleberry

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Using Image Resizer
« on: May 07, 2003, 11:54:58 PM »
I have been using 4images for quite sometime but have never had the need to use the auto image resizer until today when I imported around 150 images which are WAY too big at 1095X821
Is using this feature just as easy as setting a minimum and maximum in the config then running the "Auto Image Resizer" or is there something else to it?
If it is just that easy I am a little clueless on pixels. What is a good size so most people can view the images without having to scroll? 800X600?

Many thanks!

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« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2003, 02:57:32 AM »
800x600 is actually too large.  Roughly 40-45% of web visitors use 800 x 600 resolution.  When you take into account the title bar, menu bar, tool bar(s), address and status lines, the actual viewable resolution in a typical web browser is 760 x 420

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« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2003, 05:43:33 AM »
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800x600 is actually too large.  Roughly 40-45% of web visitors use 800 x 600 resolution.  When you take into account the title bar, menu bar, tool bar(s), address and status lines, the actual viewable resolution in a typical web browser is 760 x 420


Great, so if I set it up in my config to 760X420 it will scale accordingly when I click the "Auto Image Resizer"?

Thanks!