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I have visited two blogs this morning. The first one I thought was just a bad upload but on a different computer I visited a different blog and saw the same thing so I am sharing:
Here is the blog, do you see the same thing?
22 February 2013
I went to another one and did not have the issue, so I hurried to cut the sample to show what I see. I figured it would be my luck that everyone else sees the pictures fine, lol.
…do you see the same thing?
Yup, but this is most likely not related to any recent updates. We have seen similar behavior on many member blogs over the years.
The many different themes available for Tripawds Blogs handle image management in different ways. Some squeeze photos to fit their container, others will crop them, while some just overlap other content. When users neglect to resize an image in the post editor or do not preview their posts and address any image sizing issues, the post will appear as it was published.
We fixed Zeus’ post.
Thanks for noticing and reporting it!
Thank you 😁 I’m glad it wasn’t a big stressful problem!
Would you be able to fix the pictures on Bailey’s new blog please?
There’s the link, the pictures are all out of proportion. Thank you for all that you do
fix the pictures on Bailey’s new blog please?
You rock! Thank you!!
This is the place where Arthur’s new photos are but they are huge and you cannot see his leg. Are you able to adjust them so that we can see the whole dog?
Thank you, thank you, thank you in advance, I am off to work!
23 February 2017
Are you able to adjust them so that we can see the whole dog?
We can’t possibly fix every blog post, and always try to comment on posts by new bloggers with tips for previewing posts and adjusting photo sizes or selecting different themes when necessary.
We’ve gone ahead and resized Arthur’s first photos, but viewing the images directly in the future is a great idea – thanks Jet! – rather than waiting for our response…sorry for the delay.
I did try that this morning but it wasn’t in chrome. I will remember that, thank you.
I looked at each photo because the member was trying to show the amp but i couldn’t see it in any of them.
Thank you for helping 😊