30th September 2004, 10:49 PM
Users Guide to Posting Images in ClubSNAP Forums
With the new ClubSNAP Photography Galleries, members now have the option to host their images over at the Gallery and then hotlink them to threads/posts in the Forums. This guide is meant as a quick tutorial to those who may not be conversant with how the process works.
30th September 2004, 10:52 PM
30th September 2004, 11:15 PM
30th September 2004, 11:18 PM
Clicking on the image in your Gallery will bring up a larger image (if auto-resize was done, the MEDIUM sized image will be shown) as follows :-
If your image was bigger than 750pixels at its longest side, it will have been resized and you will be viewing the MEDIUM image. To view the image in its original uploaded size, click on the image to bring up an overlay window.
30th September 2004, 11:22 PM
30th September 2004, 11:28 PM
Have fun sharing your images!
13th October 2004, 03:35 PM
Note to all those who post pics here, please try to resize/crop your pic to the following recommended dimensions (recommended cos we can't force you, but just hope that you will be kind enough to do so)
The dimensions has been reached after weeks of painstaking research and polling among the users to determine the most common and average screen size which turns out to be 1024x768 pixels. Therefore, the recommended image size will allow your picture to be displayed in its entire glory, without having to scroll sideways or up/down. If you have a larger screen size, grin to yourself and say "I am a lucky devil". If you have a smaller screen size, well, isn't time to upgrade??
Also, try to save your JPEG images at medium to high compression factors (experiment to see what level will produce the smallest size without too many artifacts) and keep the size to between 50-80KB.
Without further ado - the recommended image size is NO LARGER THAN 1000 pixels wide/tall. Any image larger than 1000 pixels on its largest side will be resized automatically for display.
As a guideline only - you can make your pics smaller or slightly bigger (max width is about 1000 pixels to fit comfortably without having to scroll sideways).
16th June 2011, 03:43 PM