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This Post Is Mostly About Image Sizes

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

I can't believe that it's almost 1PM. Or better said... I can't believe it's ONLY 1PM. Apparently I have added some hours on to my day. Or maybe it's that I've added more of the things I love doing into my day. Like this morning...
* gym at 4
* home around 5:15
* watered the parts in the garden who's day it is
* made a fantastic breakfast, took Cheryl to work
* shopped veggies on the way home
* garden till 8:30
* then to the office where I...
Decided I want to figure out the best image size for post.

So I've created different sizes. I'll post them all below.... they have the sizes on them... and that will give me an idea of what the best size will be. Sparkpeople just says they will resize it so it displays best. It would be better if they'd just publish a size. I want the image to go all the way across, or at least most of the way.

Then this one

Or this one...

Maybe this one...

or this one...

Last one... maybe..

no.. this is the last one... for today :-)

I know... it may not make a difference to many... but it does to me.
FWIW... I also managed three social media client's account so far today too..

I like this change
Timer's up

Peace Love and Understanding.
We'll c'yall down the road.
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    One of the reasons I stopped including photos most of the time in my posts is that I hated how SP shrunk them down to sizes that made them pretty unreadable, especially on my small high-resolution laptop. As you discovered, it really doesn't matter what size you create, they get resized down to about 2/3 of the column width. I can't even see the numbers of the original image sizes... But I did enjoy the photos you selected, nonetheless!
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    Good blog! emoticon
    151 days ago
    Nice post!!
    151 days ago
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