gail williams

gail williams
san francisco, California, usa
January 01
Director of Communities
Gail works at Salon. She's a full-time online community junky with a strong affection for Salon's gathering places, Open Salon, the main Salon article Comments, and her first love, The WELL. So mostly her attention goes to conversation. Gail also plays with photography, video, craft brewing, satire, politics and hiking.


FEBRUARY 20, 2008 2:16PM

Prima Ballerinas of Monterey, California

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How can I prevent this from getting so small?

jellies - copyright Gail Williams

Looks like I have to type in "copyright Gail Williams 2003" into the body for a photocredit.

jellies - copyright Gail Williams

Next I directly edited the HTML of this post to show the very same image at the actual size it was uploaded. There we go... still small but better. I'd like to see most of my images larger than 100 pixles wide! Perhaps 500 or smaller do not get resized? Just a thought.

Alternatively, so long as they exist large on the site but have to be shrunk for display, why not make any thumbnail a link to the larger original for better viewing?

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Hey G, try editing the post, and pulling on the actual frame of the photo. There's a really cool editing tool in there -- we've just got to make it clearer. Really good point about the copyright.
It's really easy to screw up the proportions of the image of the image... is there a way we can lock in the height/width ratio in that dynamic resize util?