[SIZE="5"]A Guide On How To Resize Images: Part 1
To start of I want to show the three different scenarios. Green light, yellow light and red light:
[color="Green"]1)[/color] When an image isn't too big and everything is fine.
[color="Yellow"]2)[/color] When an image is a little too big, so you still can see the whole image without any scrolling, but the image widens the screen.
[color="Red"]3)[/color] When an image is way too big, and you have to scroll right to see the end of it.
[color="Green"]1) Green light:[/color]
Everything is as it should be here :-) I can scroll down and up, but not left and right. Images that are 960 pixels wide or slimmer fit in this category, so when I as a mod resize other's images, I make them 960 pixels wide.
[color="Yellow"]2) Yellow light:[/color]
Unlike the first scenario, I can now scroll left and right because the image has widen the screen. The widening of the screen will result in (amongst others) that the quick-reply button will be further to the right. If you have found an image that will fall under this category you don't have to resize it, as it really isn't that much of a problem. However if you find an image that'll fall under the third category, I'd advise you to resize it to a category 1.
3) Red light:[/color]
Now here it is a problem. The image is so wide that I have to scroll right to see the rest of it. The quick-reply button (and others) are now moved so far to the right that I have to scroll to reach them. This is certainly not optimal, and annoys many others. An image like this should either be resized or posted as a link.