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The ideal way to manage the images you upload to your website is:
  • Create a folder on you pc which stores all the images you upload to your website.
  • Make sure all the images are resized according to the suggestions below.
  • Images are usually forced to a certain width, or height, on your website which will ensure the layout maintained. There is normally an option for the user to click through to the full size image.

Setting up an archive of digital images: a suggestion
Create a folder on your computer, or network server, where all your images can be stored. You can create further sub-folders if you need to further divide the image files (i.e. c:\my pictures\web images\art).

Image size and resolution: the images on a website need to load fairly quickly. Best to keep to keep as close to the following as possible:
  • Format: jpeg / jpg
  • Resolution: 72 dpi
  • Orientation - landscape images: between 800 and 1000 pixels (px) in width
  • Orientation - portrait images: between 500 and 700 pixels (px) in width
  • Picture quality: 85% is normally ideal.
  • File size: between 100 to 250kb is ideal.
Please note the above sizes are a guide. Some images are very narrow, very wide or a square - adjust the size accordingly.


  • If you upload the incorrect image, then delete it and upload the correct one.
  • If you or delete an image then the file is deleted from your website. This avoids having images that are not displayed on your website using up storage space.

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