Notice Use 'Full Size' image embedding

TCC

Tokyo Cycling Club
Jun 30, 2013
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Hi

When you attach an image to a post, feel free to use the 'Full Image' option, to embed it directly into the post, instead of attaching it as a clickable thumbnail at the bottom.

This makes the image appear at full size, directly in the post, and removes the need to click a thumbnail to see what has been attached.

Makes reading threads a lot faster and more immediate, and has no effect on the server load, so doesn't slow things down at all.

If you need any help with this, let me know.

Cheers.
 

TCC

Tokyo Cycling Club
Jun 30, 2013
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#2
Further to this, here are some general guidelines for embedding images.

-Take all photos in Landscape. If you are using your phone, lean it over to the side, so you take a 'wide' photo, not a tall one.
-Resize all images to 1000 width before uploading. This will reduce the file size and allow for faster loading times for everyone using the website, and also mean that your image does not sit there absolutely massive on the page.
-Check your photos before you upload them to see if they are in focus (unless you are using a camera from one of the big two and have been forced into using an ultra-bokeh'd style by them and their sponsored pros)

Cheers
 
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