Discussion in 'General' started by Dana Henry on Oct 12, 2018.
What picture size should I be using?
That would really depend on the context of how you're using the picture in ClubRunner. Ideally if its going to be shown on the website like the home page with a bunch of other pictures a medium size would be okay, up to 150kb for example. However keep in mind if you have a large number of stories and a large number of pictures it can slow viewing website/page down a little.
For things like a photo album that is just there to be a photo album, use the pictures as they are. Where as if you were going for photo album to use for a carousel, we'd be back to the keeping it on the smaller side: 100-200kb per image.
For things like members profile photos, you can also use whatever works!
If you were looking for picture sizes for something specific, give us more details and we'll do our best to give you some advice on how to proceed forward.
Zach, thank you! Can you take a look at the website www.indianarotary.org and give me a recommendation on the picture size for the pics that show up when you log onto the website?
I apologize that I missed your followup here!
I see that the Club has a large sold out image on the home page now, for me on our office desktop that image consumes most of the page, and is pretty pixelated.
If you look at the other images on the Club's homepage, you'll see that they're smaller. So for example the images in your story are great! It is just that one carousel that is set in the full width area. I would suggest moving it down to the next area down, and it should improve the readability of the current image. You could also try cutting off the bottom half of that picture, as it is just part of the form!