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test on 10/28/2005 19:24:18 MDT Print View

Ryan Faulkner
(ryanf) - F

Locale: Mid atlantic, No. Cal
Re: test on 10/28/2005 19:28:30 MDT Print View

Ryan Faulkner
(ryanf) - F

Locale: Mid atlantic, No. Cal
spinn tarp on 10/28/2005 19:51:43 MDT Print View

Edited by ryanf on 10/28/2005 19:52:50 MDT.

Ryan Faulkner
(ryanf) - F

Locale: Mid atlantic, No. Cal
Re: spinn tarp on 10/28/2005 19:53:44 MDT Print View

I am just figuring out how to post pictures, is there any way to get them smaller?

Ryan Faulkner
(ryanf) - F

Locale: Mid atlantic, No. Cal
spinntarp on 10/28/2005 20:01:40 MDT Print View

I just figured it out, thanks

Re: spinntarp on 10/28/2005 21:02:18 MDT Print View

Ryan how did you post the pictures and reduce their size?

Jim Colten
(jcolten) - M

Locale: MN
Re: spinntarp on 10/28/2005 21:04:14 MDT Print View

And the trick is??????

paul johnson
(pj) - F

Locale: LazyBoy in my Den - miss the forest
Re: Re: spinntarp on 10/29/2005 03:27:59 MDT Print View

if we don't hear by from RyanF immediately, he may have already left for his expedition? if so, perhaps when he returns from his trek?

Mark Larson
(mlarson) - MLife

Locale: Southeast USA
can I do that? on 10/29/2005 05:55:43 MDT Print View

As seen above, he's just accessing a smaller image file, not necessarily a reducing it via html.

Using "View > Source" in the IE toolbar, we can find his line of html, which looks like this:
img src="" </img

(I took away the opening and closing brackets, of course.)

With some tweaking, I made the image display at 1/4 the size, by specifying each side half as small.
First, find out the dimensions of the image.
You can do this by right-clicking the image in IE and going to "Properties."
In this case the image is 284x213.
To make it quarter-size, I re-wrote Ryan's html, and specified the dimensions.
So the line now reads as follows:

img src="" width="142" height="106"

Don't forget your opening and closing bracket thingies.

Edited by mlarson on 10/29/2005 06:11:05 MDT.

Ryan Faulkner
(ryanf) - F

Locale: Mid atlantic, No. Cal
Re: can I do that? on 11/01/2005 13:12:00 MST Print View

I just got back from my 71 mile trek yesterday at 2.
anyway all I did to reduce the photos is save form the internet to my computer then to photo bucket. in photo bucket there is a link called edit, here you can change the size of the pictures

Mark Hurd
(markhurd) - M

Locale: South Texas
random test picture on 11/22/2005 18:28:49 MST Print View

Andrew Lush
(lushy) - MLife

Locale: Lake Mungo, Mutawintji NPs
plat a pus on 12/30/2005 21:15:49 MST Print View

Your platypus is your basic monotreme.