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I've uploaded an image of a chart but the text and gridlines are considerably less clear and sharp than the original ... is there any way I can fix this issue ... as I am new to Yola I would appreciate any help on this point ... thanks in advance
This is likely to be to do with the compression of the file size. Charts and graphs are less forgiving than other images.
I think that the best way of handling this is to first change the canvas dimensions of your original image (rather a copy of it) to match those that you wish to place the final image in.
Secondly compress the file size. The amount is a little less predictable than a typical photograph. I would probably work on a file size of 100 Kb for a final image of 3 x 3 inches or say 7 x 7 cms. It depends on the depth of detail that you wish to display.
Reducing the physical parameters before compression tends to help in these situations and not having to stretch or alter the image size retains the best quality image for embedding.
i hope that this gives you a way of resolving this issue and that you end up with a perfect chart.