I made a website where friends share and rate their photos by the tool "HotOrNot Clone by Cresoft " . Every Thing is ok with
this but since I am not knowing much awaire the which type of photo is best for sharing mean to say .BMP/.JPG/GIF?
Seeing that this has nothing to do with a hub and it's to do with your own website I'd suggest you go with the ,bmp format. In fact, even try the .tif format.
by thecollecktor 7 years ago
I have continually added a jpg picture to my photo capsule that doesn't load. What do I do to correct this.Thank you.
by decunicorn 7 years ago
I love your paper, but I cant use the PNG file. Is there a way to copy it in jpg instead?
by Christy Kirwan 9 months ago
Check out today's blog post for some upcoming updates to images and subtitles. Let me know in this thread if you have any questions.
by David Hunt 6 years ago
When Hub-Hopping, what does the hub "progress-type" bar mean?It changes hub to hub. See picture.
by Susan Zutautas 6 years ago
What does this mean. The type of the file system is NTFS. The volume is dirty. Windows XP
by Eugene Brennan 3 years ago
Generally when I tweet, I add an eye-catching photo. When we share hubs, could a thumbnail image for the hub (the one which appears in hub listings) be optionally added to the tweet?
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