I just loaded a wide photo from wikipedia. Sadly, it is as large as I can make it.
I wish there was a way for reader to click on the photo and view the entire photo just as you see it in wikipedia.
I wouldn't change the layout of the Hub - just give another viewing option.
The photo I loaded was a heat map of the globe of the world. This is a very educational tool but not as effective as it could be IF the reader could ignore everything and just view the photo.
Like Michael Willis says - exactly what you request is already available - just peak a little closer at your options in the photo capsule
click for full size
I did that but the side margins are still there - can only review the photo within the margins.
Here is the photo from Wikipedia which is global map that I have added to my Hub but all I can do is the largest photo which is limited by the width of the article.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Gdp_n … colour.png
Why can't there be an enlarge to temporary take the article away and simply have the photo on the screen?
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