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Tuesday, 9 August 2011
Automatic Image Compression
Mood:  don't ask
Topic: Image Questions

I noticed when I upload images to my media folder for the SiteBuilder that it recompresses them. Unfortuneatly it does a horrible job and compresses them very heavily. Is there anyway to upload images for use in my media folder and NOT have them re-compressed by Angelfire?

I tried ftp'ing the images direct into the  folder but they would not show up in my media folder...

Posted by battleminiaturesemporium at 11:58 AM EDT | Post Comment | View Comments (8) | Permalink | Share This Post

Wednesday, 10 August 2011 - 1:27 AM EDT

Name: "tom"

I don't know what is the sitebuilder...but I do know that Angelfire does not compress any images that I upload to my site.

Maybe Dalleh or CW (or someone else) has a better answer for you. 

Thursday, 11 August 2011 - 8:50 AM EDT

Name: "bmeX"

Well yes, if you ftp the images then they remain unchanged, however my friend bought this web space to use site builder which is Angelfire's "easy to use" web site builder because he does not have the time or know how to build his own with html. Granted it is easy but not for everyone. Anyway, I found a work around that he might be able to use but it involves going to the add-ons, putting in custom html, adding a copy and paste htmml image tag with the location of his picture inside it. He would have to do this for every single picture on the website. Terrible work around. The site builder media folder recompressed his logo from 124k to 38k with terrible compression results.

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