Exactly, Claudio ! When you add the big photo - it is wider than the screen so to view, you have to use the slider bar at the bottom of the screen to move from one side to the other. I think it would work if we limit the maximum size (as suggested by GUZZ) to the viewable area - but then each user’s monitor resolution will impact what can be seen. I know when you post photos of the various project boats - I like the size as it is big enough to see detail, yet small enough to see the entire photo without having to scroll.
For your photos - do you recall what size you set them to before posting? Do you post direct, or do you have to play with software first to change size. I think there will be a balance as some posters will just be happy to get photo on the site, while others will try to enlarge to the point you can see the grain in the balsa strips. [smile]
I think Chad visits now and then and can perhaps take a look at the options that will not overwhelm a slow download of the site, yet provide enough emlargement detail. Usually for my photos, I’ve tried to balance with a photo size of about 5 " x 7 " - which is big enough to see, but doen’t knock you out when it opens.
Just some thoughts, appreciate comments by others.
AND - THANK YOU TO ALL READERS WHO HAVE PUT UP WITH THIS PHOTO TEST !