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Old 12-04-11, 03:43 PM   #41
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Do I have to upload all the images I'll be using to an 'image library' in wordpress before I can use them? I am confused and I was going to write an article.
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Yep, just upload all the ones you plan on using to the article, then you can insert which ever ones you want to use wherever you'd like (you don't have to insert all the pics you upload either). Remember to try to keep images at 800x800 maximum (800x600 is more standard when resizing since pics are usually taken in 4:3 aspect ratio). Also, be sure they have captions and are centered. You can create a 2 by X grid of photos by first creating a centered 2 by X table where you would insert pics into each cell of the table.

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Yep, just upload all the ones you plan on using to the article, then you can insert which ever ones you want to use wherever you'd like (you don't have to insert all the pics you upload either). Remember to try to keep images at 800x800 maximum (800x600 is more standard when resizing since pics are usually taken in 4:3 aspect ratio). Also, be sure they have captions and are centered. You can create a 2 by X grid of photos by first creating a centered 2 by X table where you would insert pics into each cell of the table.
After captions you lost me at centered. How do I center them. The table thing isn't going to happen. This has to be simple for me
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After captions you lost me at centered. How do I center them. The table thing isn't going to happen. This has to be simple for me
Hokie's original post guide's you through how to center the images. It's an option you can choose right before you insert the image.

Tables aren't too difficult really. Just put your cursor where you want a table, click the create table button, tell it how many rows and columns, select center, and insert the table. After that just put your cursor in a cell and insert the images as you would anywhere in the article and it will be put in that cell.

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Old 12-30-11, 09:14 AM Thread Starter   #46
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Bump and changed max width to new standard of 1000px. Height remains 800px.

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ooOOOOoooo. Awesome new awesome sizes are new and awesome!

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Also, remember the 1000x800 will be the size of the pic when clicked on and opened in lightbox. The limit of the thumbnail in the article is still less than 700 pixels wide.

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Yes; if you want graphs to show up in the article without the need for resizing, I'd keep them around 650px wide (reference the 7970 article for new, improved inline graphs!)

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(Actually I needed a number for inline width. Thanks)

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