When a photo is uploaded using the option "Web" , only a part of the photo is uploaded. The botttom part of the photo is distorted. This problem is happening from yesterday.
Sometimes it does that but if you click on Preview, you will notice that the whole picture is showing in your Hub.
I have had pictures do this. And some are still on my HUBs because I couldn't get them to upload right. I just keep uploading it until it does it right.
I tried several times, i think this is a common problem as i saw this type of partial uploaded photos in hubs published today by other people also.
This intermittent image truncation problem should be fixed now. Please let us know if you continue to see it.
I am trying to upload my photo for the last few months in vain. It goes off like many of my controvercial comments.
by LongTimeMother 3 years ago
I have repeatedly tried to upload photos directly in hub editing ... unsuccessfully.So then I tried uploading directly to 'photos'. Chose 11 photos but only one uploaded.Yet all photos were taken on the same camera, reduced size using the same process, shared similar names etc.Am I the only one...
by Dilip Chandra 5 years ago
Problem while uploading the photos. After the Upload is done am getting the following error;"The server is not responding as expected."
by perrya 9 years ago
I have uploaded many images for my content, yet none seem to display with the story. Why? It indicated that all did upload OK. What is the reason? is there a delay?Perrya
by Nicole Canfield 6 years ago
by Kimberly Schimmel 5 years ago
I tried to upload pictures for a new hub, but got a white box with an "X" instead of my pictures. I haven't had this problem before. Anyone else have problems on New Year's Day?
by devisree 5 years ago
Is there privacy if I uploaded my personal photos in the photos section under " your account"?
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