Feature Request!

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When you insert a link to an image and it pulls up the blank white page with nothing but that image, by default, yola should make this image larger than the original... maybe by 150 or 200% of the original size. This would make it easy for us to include a "larger image" option.
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Donald

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Connor McCarra, Champion

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I would disagree, Many people could have small images and if Yola automatically increase the size of these images (once in the "blank white page") they could become distorted.

Connor
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Donald

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well... If I change the sizes of my images, they don't become distorted. It depends on what programs are used to do it and how effective. And it would only be a larger size if the person clicked on the link... on the actual webpage, it would be it's original size.
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Donald

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or maybe yola can provide an option when inserting a link to an image...


  • keep original size
  • 125% original size
  • 150% original size
  • 200% original size
  • custom size _____


this way, it gives us the option and if an image, after being tested, is indeed distorted we could change it back... or perhaps, clicking a radio button as in the above list would have the sample picture popup with a "is this ok"? option.
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Or maybe you could do it yourself by making the image larger in pic nic and save it as a different name and link to that.
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Donald

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then you have extra work plus you are taking up more space.
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Ok this is what I'm going to say to this....if you have an image lets say 340x240 pixels. If you stretch it out eventually it will get pixelated. Most likely around 620 pixels. Unless you resize it then use a program to degrain it, then save it.
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Donald

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yes, but if it's not too much larger, like 150%... if I change an image from 340x240 to 510x360... the image will look the same, only larger.
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50- 30 donald..http://bit.ly/4taXm7