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 Eric Standridge 22 months ago
Typically, when an article is shared in Social Media sites, the first photo on the page is the one that shows up. For me, many times that's great; it's the photo that I want to appear, but other times, the photo is good for the page but not so much for Social Media. Is there a way, or...
by Christy Kirwan 20 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 decunicorn 8 years ago
I love your paper, but I cant use the PNG file. Is there a way to copy it in jpg instead?
by carny 4 years ago
HubPages converts all .png and .gif images to .jpeg format, and appears to use some aggressive compression. Jpeg might be okay for photos, but for things like website or computer program screenshots, or clip art (containing large solid-color areas and text) the result is often very poor, even if...
by Susan Zutautas 7 years ago
What does this mean. The type of the file system is NTFS. The volume is dirty. Windows XP
by David Hunt 7 years ago
When Hub-Hopping, what does the hub "progress-type" bar mean?It changes hub to hub. See picture.
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