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Using images

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Saved by ElizabethA
on January 11, 2014 at 11:27:55 am






Always look at the size of your image. One straight off most cameras can easily be something like this:


That's 2448 pixels wide, whereas a computer screen usually only has something like 1024 pixels by 768 pixels - that means that a picture 1024px wide will  already fill the screen of your computer. (all that extra information is needed when you want to print a picture on paper)

Also 2,49 Mo (mega octets) is a lot of space That's 2.49MB in English (megabytes)

So it's always a good idea to resize images when putting them on any web page.

Here's how Webresizer.com works (A one minute 10 seconds labourious explanation)


And if you only want to take one part of your image, then you can crop it with webresizer like this (2min 45 sec)


But there are lots of tools to resize images - either on your machine or on the web

anyways, please do NOT use images which are too big for online use.


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