Hi Everyone new to the forum.
I think I’m close to posting my third hub?
I've tried to down load a number of pictures from flickr and every time I save them to my hub they turn fuzzy.
Can some kind person put me right? Pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeee
You're trying to display the images at a size that is larger than their actual resolution. That's what produces the fuzzy (pixelated, actually) image.
Edit the picture and save it as a separate file. Be sure the format is correct.
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