Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I discover an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..
The only other option would be to get an image contribution installed on your site.....
Thank you for your answers!.
In the first case, it is indeed better, yet, there are now big images and smaller images....
Is there any image contribution?..
That keeps your porportions correct so that the image isnt distorted. If you don't have all the same size images, then it doesn't matter what you do, they we always be diff sizes. Hence the small and big or landscape and portrait. Are you understanding a little more?.
So under admin/configuration/Images,(small/Heading/Subcatagory, I just make the value "0x0" insted of "100x80 pix"? and It will display the full image size?.
And this is done in "Admin" right?.
What are the down sides of this action?..
WOW... how unbelievably easy that was... I opted to zero out the height property this way the width of the actual pages themselves do not get out of whack....
Excellent information and a total fix for my iPage site image issues!!!!..
I'm selling some cards. Some are "portrait" size, some are "landscape"..
When I define the size of the images in configuration, I have ex.: H:130 / W.:100, which is ok for portrait images, but not for landscape!!.
Here for example (the yak or the monastery).
Is there any trick so that OsC understand when the image size is larger than higher to adopt an other format??.
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Just comment out either height or width. OSC should resize with porportions. Meaning take out your height/null it out. Then look on your iPage site and see what I mean. Just play with it. If you prefer to set a standard height then null out width..