I wish to make my hubs the very best that they can be. The notice that details I may have a blurry image is not helping me.
I wish to see the images in the summary account information so I know I need to remove or upgrade these images.
I need a simple process to upgrade my hubs. Hunting through the volume I have is simply not possible for me. Your thoughts to streamline this?
Each and every image should be of high quality and fit the size requirements. I understand that it can be hard to go back and fix the images, but I avoid having to do that by making sure that evey image I put in myhub fits the requirements in the first place,
Here are the rules for images from the FAQ:
"What are the requirements for images I upload?
You can upload photos to Your Photos, so you can use them later in a Hub, a Question, an Answer, a Forum post, or as your profile photo.
Only JPG, GIF, and PNG formats are allowed
Each image can be no larger than 8 megabytes
Adult content is not allowed in photos
Pixelated images are not allowed
Your images will look the best if you upload original photos in their highest resolution, and that are preferably 1000 pixels wide or wider
You can only upload 20 images at a time
If you're using a photo from another site, make sure it's properly attributed."
I noticed in your striped wall hub, you had lots of images, but it does not look like images that you have the legal right to use. You may want to review the Learning Center entry about using images legally. While you are doing the research on how to avoid blurry images, you might as well learn how to use images correctly so you don't have to go back yet again to edit your images.
by Susan Zutautas 3 years ago
I've noticed yesterday and again today that pictures are not showing up on hubs. I'm in the middle of writing a hub myself and the picture just keeps saying loading.
by dipless 6 years ago
Whenever I try and put an image into a hub from the internet it is leaving the bottom area grey, is there a known bug or issue at the moment, only noticed this after I published a hub :s oooops!
by DanielMarcosi 5 years ago
I was just browsing through Hub Pages' "ways of improving hubs" section, and I read that adding photos could improve your reach on the web.I used a couple of public domain websites, and added some photos to my hubs, but when I finished editing, the photos looked blurry.I just found the...
by Scarlett Pakiti 2 years ago
I am attempting to add a photo to my post, but when I upload the photo it becomes blurry. It is already 5200PX x 4000PX so I don't think it's a resolution issue, because other photos I upload that are that same size are not blurry.The photo I am trying to upload is a screenshot from twitter, and it...
by Janis Leslie Evans 3 years ago
How do I get the lettering on my MFP images to look sharp and clear? After using picmonkey.com, saving the pic, and uploading it on the hub, the letters are always fuzzy. It looks even worse sometimes after I publish the hub. What am I doing wrong? (Back later, thanks)
by Tammy 5 years ago
Is any one else having a difficult time getting photos to load? Mine will not show up in hubs and the screen keeps freezing.
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