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    Adding and editing_pictures_in_p_bworks Adding and editing_pictures_in_p_bworks Presentation Transcript

    • Adding and editing pictures in PBworks Plus a few tips and tricks
    • In the right sidebar, click "Images and files" Make sure you are on  the "Edit" window.
    • - Select "Upload files" - Choose your file from pictures on your hard drive Or choose one you've already uploaded Option 1: Choose pictures from your hard drive
    • Option 2 - Grab a picture from a url Step 1: - Scroll to the bottom of the "Images and files" window.   - Click on "Insert image from URL Step 2: - Find a picture in Google images or another search - Make sure to click "See full size image " Step 3: - Copy the url - Paste it into the box on the pbworks page
    • Resize the Picture Option 1: * Grab a dot in the corner * Pull it to resize Option 2: * Right click (Command + click on a mac) and select Image Properties * Adjust  the pixel width     - 500 px = big     - 300-400 = medium     - 150-200 = small * Center if necessary
    • Photo Hints
        • Try to avoid using photos over 500k in your webpage - they take too long to load on a webpage
          • Digital photos from your camera are way over this size
          • Most photos from a web search will be under it
          • Embedding a Google Picasa slide show works well
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        • Crunch down the file size or edit the photo using an online application
          • Aviary.com  
          • Picnik.com  
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        • Grab a screen shot of your picture to make the file size smaller
          • Do it with Aviary's Talon
          • On a mac press Command+Shift+4 and select the area you want to get a screen shot of