Just a quick notice for technical staff. On our profile pages, the thumbnails for the pics of hubs are all stretched out of shape and they make the page look unprofessional. Can we fix this?
Now that I've written a post about it, the thumbnails are appearing normal again.....maybe it's my browser....
I just checked your profile and didn't notice any issues, so it could be your browser.
Here are some tips to try before posting to the technical forum that resolve most browser issues (clear cache, restart, etc.).
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I just went to your profile and see no issues that you are describing. Perhaps something is wrong with your browser... or maybe you need to restart your pc.
Yes, looks like a browser issue unless the web coder is at it early today.
No marker pens here! Just kids driving me nuts and browser has now stopped playing up. Soon to do more hubs I hope, too much work going on for me lately ;(
Kids and a dodgy browsers. Maybe that is a good excuse to start sniffing the marker pens Suzanne. :-)
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