719eb1a3f17b321e66ae6b8f3d3c6161
Star InactiveStar InactiveStar InactiveStar InactiveStar Inactive
 

How do I make a photo smaller? I want to change my photo to my member profile, but it's too big, and I don't know how resize it.

Answer: There are a couple of ways. You can use this link to shrink your pictures, or you can usually do it on your own computer. Just open the photo you'd like to use, and look for the 'resize' feature on the pulldown menu (each photo software is a little different, my 'resize' is under the 'image' menu). Resize it down to the appropriate size and then use 'Save As' button and rename it (so you don't lose the size of the original photo). Then follow the directions on the 'Options' tab. It sounds complicated but it's not, you're opening, resizing, saving a copy.

I hope this answers your questions! 

Featured Plant Care

Rose Plant Care

Organic Rose Care

in Roses
Roses prefer a full day of sun. Give roses at least 6 hours of sun a day when possible.

Baby Those Spring Bulbs

Ahhh, the time is near. Those bulbs you planted last fall are about to emerge in full…

Latest Articles

Peach Leaf Curl

Peach Leaf Curl - Information Hub

Peach leaf curl is a common problem found on leaves of Peaches and Nectarines (and their…
Avocado Information Hub

Avocado - Growing and Plant Care Information Hub

in Edibles
We're bringing relevant information about Avocados (Persea americana) to one fantastic…

Popular Articles

Using the Mulch for Home Gardeners

Home Gardener: Using All The Great Features on the Mulch

You Can Use The Great Features on the Mulch For Free!
Baseball Field Maintenance

Baseball Field Maintenance - A General Guide for Fields of All Levels

in Lawn
More great baseball field resources can be found here (including a pdf version of this…
Queen Palm Care & Use

The Queen Palm (Syagrus romanzoffiana) Care & Use

in Trees
Jungle Music Palms and Cycads is a family owned and operated business established in 1977
Microgreens

What are Microgreens and How to Grow Them

in Edibles
Microgreens are tiny leafed vegetables that are grown from seed and require very little…

User Guides (Slide)

Popular Recommendations (Slide)

Upcoming Events

View All Events

Who's Online

We have 1140 guests and no members online