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1/13/2010 6:33:15 AM

pcvalentine
pcvalentine
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One of the most common problems I see on a website is skewed, stretched, or mis-sized images. A free application for quick image resizing can be found here http://bluefive.pair.com/pixresizer.htm Resize your images before adding them to your website and it will not only look better, but it will also load faster.
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2/22/2010 8:25:07 AM

reynoldsrj
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Since this original post by Patrice, we have added a very handy image resizing application to both the NSNA and ProFusionProducts websites. And we have recorded a training session on image placement. Check these out at:
www.profusionproducts.com/resizer
www.netsolutionsna.com/resizer
http://www.netsolutionsna.com/content/workshops/webinar_videos.asp

You can use the Ultra IS embed function to place either of the image resizer link on a page of your own website.
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8/17/2012 10:14:51 AM

MMPress
MMPress
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thanks for the resizer - I sent a client to the pixresizer site from bluefive and she said it messed up her computer?..so referred her to the one on the the site and works perfectly + it's cloud based so no funny programs on the computer..
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8/17/2012 11:34:11 AM

reynoldsrj
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Just so we are all clear, your client attempted to install the Pixresizer application on her computer and reported that it messed up her system, but she was able to use the web based resizer application at www.profusionproducts.com/resizer, correct?
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9/22/2012 11:07:07 AM

mmpjim
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reynoldsrj wrote:
Just so we are all clear, your client attempted to install the Pixresizer application on her computer and reported that it messed up her system, but she was able to use the web based resizer application at www.profusionproducts.com/resizer, correct?

Sorry for delay but yes, that's correct
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