Sometimes, because I can only use low resolution images to illustrate my Hubs, the images come out blurry or pixelated.
TeamatHubpages told me to try using Internet Explorer instead of AOL, and that worked...for 24 hours. After 24 hours, I couldn't reduce image size again.
Should I use another browser or do you know some other way to reduce images?
I tried following TeamatHubPages' written suggestion to move the right arrow on Hub images, but nothing good happened.
I've already posted a shorter version of this email in a Forum thread, but atypically, no one responded.
If you know the answer, please advise. Thanks so much.
Definitely, it is worthwhile trying out Firefox or Google Chrome.
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