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Don't Understand How To Use Image Resizer

Thread began 6/20/2013 9:18 am by anonymous | Last modified 6/20/2013 3:58 pm by anonymous | 3217 views | 4 replies


OK - I have done that on my own and by what you mention, and if I view image in browser it shows the small size but if I right click on image and go to "View Image" that displays in another browser it still shows the small size and not the original.

I'm not understanding how Image Resizer is any better then just putting the original image on page and modifying the size to something smaller (or creating thumb sizes). When I do put original on page and set size to something small and view in browser and right click, image displays in another browser and it shows original size.

Is their another video that can actually show step-by-step the process of using Image Resizer for singular image and a page that uses many images that you would like to be the same size?

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