The image is interfaced into
my site much higher, however, is sized automatically and I have only
three options, what you see is the best that I could do. I called godaddy for assistance regarding your suggestions, but templates are so limited that my creativity was hindered.
Jackie, if you upload this image from your hard drive to their site in
any process at all, their resizing can be taken into account. We have
the same problem with eBay, where they automatically resize gallery and
thumbnail pics, and we can`t control it.
What we CAN do, is set the original image according to *their* aspect
ratio. That`s what I was suggesting. If you know ahead of time that
whatever picture you put up there will resize to an aspect ratio of 200
x 160 (or whatever I said), then you can make the original the same
ratio before uploading.
So open up the doctors, then a new image. In the new image, set it to
what you want. Size it up (increase resolution or whatever). Then copy
and paste the original into the new canvas. Crop it or stretch the
This presupposes you have a graphic image program and know a bit how to
use it. Otherwise, email me privately through SuN. I`ll get a copy from
you and resize it for you, and we can see if it works. :-)