The Image Resizer merely changes the final, rendered image size on people's browsers, it doesn't permanently reduce quality and shrink the file size.
There are online picture resizers available (check google) if you want to upload smaller pictures (which a lot of us here would thank you for ).
Jim - Don't know what to tell ya other than: "Did you enter the maximum X and Y sizes you want into the boxes, then place the mouse pointer over the grey Save Changes button and press and release the left mouse button once?" Kidding aside, some people need significant hand holding to correctly use computers.
What are the X and Y sizes defaulting to when you first access that page? I'm sorry, I don't have the time right now to go look up which images you are referring to and figure out if they're attachments or sourced via IMG tags or whatever, maybe Joseph or somebody can investigate for ya....
Okay, Bill's pic's are too big. http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/11...l#post11162930
The text of all posts on that page will run off into oblivion, if people don't hit the return key.
I know that for some, posting from your phone makes for one huge block of text.
Not that I want to get into netiquette.
But even a long sentence a dozen posts away will have me scrolling side to side.
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