Jun. 03. 2015

Picture sizing

Size of slider
Before you start with the upload of your pictures, make sure you know the size of your required slider (width & height). Please enter that as shown on the picture. The pictures you upload get scaled to that size. Afterwards picture sizes can't be changed.

Select the relevant part of your picture. Only this will be stored to keep file sizes small.
All pictures that get uploaded should have at least the size the resulting slider will have at the end.
Otherwise pictures get scaled (blown up) what will cause quality issues. If the pictures are larger, downsizing causes no qualit problems.
Also the pictures do not have to be in the correct width to high ratio, since you are able to cut them on the server.

After upload and sectioning the system will inform you if it was nessecary to upscale a picture-section.

By the way, you have also the possibility to rotate a picture if necessary. Have a look to the top of the image here on the site. There is a green pull down menu to select a value for rotating a picture.

Therefore this signs have the meaning as follows:
This picture is in a good ratio and there where no negative effects in scaling.
This picture was blown up a little bit, but quality might be still ok.
This picture got scaled up dramatically, and there will be some quality issues. Maybe it's better to delete it and choose another one.
Feel free if you want to leave a comment:


Comment from Eddie Fri. Mar. 16. 2018

Photos get to big

My photos are getting scaled up which makes them too big for my web pages.

💬 Answer from admin... please enter yout required size before you upload the first picture.
Comment from Simmi Mon. Feb. 05. 2018

Scaling or just using parts of pictures

I like the way pictures get scaled, also that only parts of a picture can be selected. This is a nice feature and I haven't seen that anywhere else. Keep up the good work guys!
Comment from akash Sun. Feb. 19. 2017

Useful and easy!

thanks a lot god bless u!
this site is very useful and easy to use
very nice

💬 Answer from admin... Thanks, you're welcome :)
Comment from sahaja Wed. Nov. 30. 2016