How can I change the size of the images in the eCommerce store "detail" page?

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I want to increase the size of the product image for an eCommerce store in the "detail" page (the individual product page). Like can anybody help, please?
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Sorry, your link do not work.

I dont have an idea about ecommerce pages.

In general, to change your image's size, there are 2 ways.

1. Use 2 images , one, a small one as a thumbnail and other as the original.

2. Editing the HTML.
If you are on a normal Yola page, and can edit the text, click on the (blue) "HTML" button.
Then, find the code
img src="bla bla"

then, find the nearest resoultion input (like 640 x 480 ) and change it to what you need.

Don't forget: you can still expand your site using arrows in edges of image(using mouse)
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Hello africapic,

That website has created its own online store and is not using the Yola Online Store widget. What they have done is added their own product image, description and PayPal button using the Text, Picture and HTML Widgets.

You can create your own PayPal buttons using these instructions:

1. Visit this link on
2. Customize the buttons you would like to use.
3. Copy the HTML code provided.
4. Back on your site, drag and drop an HTML Widget from the Sidebar on the right onto your page (the icon for this is a blue sphere).
5. An HTML editor will open up that will allow you to write or paste your code (use right-click > paste or ctrl-V to paste).
6. When you are done, click "OK" and you will see the way that the HTML displays on your page.

I hope this will help!

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Thanks Emmy, this was very helpful
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I did it on mine by using a Flickr Lightbox.
Its basically a one pg. slide show.
You first have to set-up your images in Flickr and arrange them in sets. (Need email to setup an account). Remember the 'tags' you create for each image because thats how yola reads the image when you want to post it. You also have to make your images public for everyone (yola) to read. After you drop and drag the Lightbox into your site make it 1 column and 0ne photocount. Your search name is your tag you used in Flickr. You can adjust the size too, i always use medium to get the biggest image.

Hope that helps. Check-out for examples.
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It looks great Dana and it's a very clever way of utilizing both the Flickr and PayPal together.
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Hi Dana....I use Flickr a lot myself and think it is a great service...Since you are using it also you can do a little SEO by making sure all fields are filled out using a few keyword phrases.Yahoo and Bing do not have nearly the amount of images Google has so they draw upon Flickr for image searches a great deal......I get site visits from Flickr all the time and have many images that have been added to favorites of other users....Think of it as free publicity.