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  • How to resize images to fit the forum
    « on: October 19, 2016, 02:35:49 AM »
    When an image is too large to fit the forum properly, you can modify its size by adding the width tag [ img width=400]http://example.jpg[ /img]. Just don't forget to delete the space between [ and img, and between [ and /img, otherwise it won't work. :) Then you can play with the number until you get the size you want (the height will adjust automatically to preserve the original aspect ratio).

    For example: [ img width=400]http://example.jpg[ /img]. Then click preview. If you're not happy with the image size, let's say you want a smaller picture, set the width to 200, [ img width=200]http://example.jpg[ /img]. And so on. :)

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  • Re: How to resize images to fit the forum
    « Reply #1 on: October 19, 2016, 05:51:46 AM »
    When an image is too large to fit the forum properly, you can modify its size by adding the width tag [ img width=400]http://example.jpg[ /img]. Just don't forget to delete the space between [ and img, and between [ and /img, otherwise it won't work. :) Then you can play with the number until you get the size you want (the height will adjust automatically to preserve the original aspect ratio).

    For example: [ img width=400]http://example.jpg[ /img]. Then click preview. If you're not happy with the image size, let's say you want a smaller picture, set the width to 200, [ img width=200]http://example.jpg[ /img]. And so on. :)

    You should also be able to do similar with [img height=x]. I have not test yet.
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  • Re: How to resize images to fit the forum
    « Reply #2 on: October 19, 2016, 06:11:09 AM »
    Yes, you can do that. I'll test it for you. :)

    Here i set the height to 400.


    And here i set the height to 300. Voila! ;D

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