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First question I have is When I type www.yahoo.com I get redirected to iPage.com? Thanks for any response. Second question.. I read.

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Post and tried as directed, but when I put a blank for the width and 60 for the height, it uses the full size of the images instead of resizing them. I basically want my images to be 60px high, and proportionate width. As it is now, my pictures are being distorted when they are resized when I use both width and height settings. I hope this makes sense. Any help is appreciated...

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Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I discover an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you help..

Comment #1

That's what I have. These are my current settings, please tell me if they are incorrect....

Small image width:.

Small image height: 60.

Heading image width: 25.

Heading image height: 25.

Heading image width: 25.

Heading image height: 25.

Calculate image size: true.

Image required: true.

Arg.

I want to actually use larger photos than I'm using, but I can't unless I get this working properly..

Comment #2

Small image width:.

Heading image width:.

Heading image heighth: 60.

Small image heighth: 100.

Sub image width: 0.

Sub image heighth: 57.

Calc image size: true.

Image required: false.

This setup works fine for me...

Comment #3

Can you turn yours on/off and see the difference, or is this something I needed to set up in the very begining?..

Comment #4

It didn't work for me. Is their a php file I can re-load for the image settings page, just to make sure I didn't mess something up. It seems as though my "resize image" setting isn't working...

Comment #5

One value (either height or width) must be 0 (zero) the other value whatever you like..

Thus the w:h relation will be O.K..

Comment #6

That didn't work either.

It turned everything into sticks.

Thanks though..

Comment #7

I read.

This Person's.

Post and tried as directed, but when I put a blank for the width and 60 for the height, it uses the full size of the images instead of resizing them. I basically want my images to be 60px high, and proportionate width. As it is now, my pictures are being distorted when they are resized when I use both width and height settings. I hope this makes sense. Any help is appreciated...

Comment #8

When you say a "blank" what do you mean? A space? Try an empty field, just backspace through whatever is there...

Comment #9


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.