Hi, was just wondering if anyone knows what is the minimum size for an image (in pixels) that you should use for your hub?
I have contacted someone asking to use some of their images and he has asked me to let him know the approximate size I would like, in pixels, width x height. I've had a look on a stock image site and their minimum image size is 16.9 x 11.3cm at 72 dpi. I understand 72 dpi is sufficient resolution for online use but have no idea what size the image should be in pixels. Would be aiming to go for the smallest size I can get which will still be good enough resolution, and size, for the hub, but have no idea what size to ask for, just wondering if anyone else knows about this kind of thing?
We state Your images will look the best if you upload original photos in their highest resolution, and that are preferably 1000 pixels wide or wider in the FAQ. http://hubpages.com/faq/#imagerequirements
I load up the highest res and this has always worked. My own pics are generally over 100kb. I always check the mobile view in edit because this gives the full width comparison. I have also noticed that in mobile there is a caption in the bottom left hand corner of each photo that says how many photos in the page collage. Hence, when using my own photos I try to edit them so that there is not any important text or image that needs to be visible in that area.
You cannot change the size after it is in the Hub anymore. They have removed that option. The only option is to change the size on your own before you enter.
If you are wondering what is too large to enter: When a photo/image gets into MB HP usually does not accept it.
by Larry Slawson 6 months ago
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by Lionrhod 5 years ago
Been fixing my lens/hubs and this morning I worked on the story about my Dirty Family Secret.Everything looks okay (though I'm concerned how to deal with that duel module) except for one photo in the slideshow.On Squidoo, this photo looked just fine. Hub Pages blow it up huge as possible and of...
by Scott S Bateman 2 years ago
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by Gina Valley 2 years ago
Hi everyone,Is there a recommended photo size that works best on the site? Also, I thought I read somewhere that there's a specific size that's good to use for the first photo that makes it Pinterest friendly.Thanks so much!
by Brad Funkhouser 3 years ago
I did a test a while ago (before I started writing my first Hub) and I swear I saw that I'd get 1024 pixels on the long side for detail viewing of the images in a Hub. I built some diagram images for my Hub with that resolution in mind.Now I actually published my first Hub and was surprised...
by Hubathy 8 years ago
I wrote my first article today.What I noticed, is that when inserting images for demonstrations - the only options are full-width, half-width; and quarter-width.Why is this? The full-size option increases the regular size of the image - pixelating it. I would like my images to be clear. Is this...
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