how can you be sure your using the right picture in your hub.The pixels are only noticeable when the picture is large does that mean i can still use it in a smaller form if the pixels are not noticeable.
Your understanding is correct, oftentimes reducing the size will resolve the issue.
You can use it as full-size or half-size as you think it to be appropriate. If warned for pixelated images, then you can reduce.
There are three sizes: Full size, half size, quarter size.
Mind you, this is the most important thing if you plan to write at HP, Many hubbers' hubs were taken out of circulation for this reason.
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