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Old 04-12-2006, 01:17 PM   #1
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Default House Photos Puzzle

A neighbor has given me 10 house photos from last year's neighborhood house tour, to be put on our web site as a way of featuring this year's house tour.

These photos look really good on the screen viewed with Paint Shop Pro 8, but I am puzzled as how to put them on the web site. These photos are either 300 pixels per inch or 230 pixels per inch JPG images. As an example, number 1256 is 56Kb, and 400x266 pixels, making it an indicated 1.33x0.883 inch picture. Number 1243 is 51Kb, 265x400 pixels, making it an indicated .883 x 1.33 inches.

So, do I put them in as-is, no Paint Shop Pro adjustments, and live with the sizes on the screens? Do I make them seem bigger by saying that the image is actually 800 x 532 pixels in the HTML? Do I resize them somehow in Paint Shop Pro?

I have done a lot of house photos, but this is the first time that I have this situation. Please give me some advice.
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