Bigger Photos!

Yesterday I received a very important hint in the comment section from Angella Lister of 37 Paddington.  She suggested that I post my photographs larger. I responded that I had tried but they would overlap the other column if I made them x-large. She pointed out that I could make the columns wider by going to design/columns. Voila, bigger columns and bigger photos! I’ve spent today going back to older posts and enlarging the photographs.  I love it!

Me at age 3, 1949.  Photograph taken by Henry Cleage.

 

11 thoughts on “Bigger Photos!

  1. Wow! I always love your photos, but the new larger format has given them and your blog a whole new feel. Angella is right, you are adorable!

  2. I don't quite understand why some templates let columns overlap, but it must have something to do with the code on custom templates. Now your left column is pushing the right column off the screen and I have a scrollbar on the bottom.

    I use a standard blogger template. With that I can make pictures any size and blogger reduces the size on the main part of the post. Then clicking that picture normally gives an enlarged picture. (This has become unpredictable, though, since blogger has been experimenting.)

  3. postcardy, I'm using chrome and both of the columns are on my screen. what browser are you using? I'm using the 'simple' template. let me go check on firefox…

  4. Yay bigger pictures! I'm using the old blogger,so had to go into the code to enlarge the column. Looks great, Kris!

  5. Zann, I m using Blogger in Dashboard but not the new version nor the new new version, but I just went to design and did it. I guess I'm newer than I thought.

  6. Kristin,
    That is exactly why I changed my blog format. I was using an old template that you could not resize nor add page tabs. I love your larger pictures. I love mine, too. Before I was constantly asking people to click to enlarge.

  7. Kristin,

    Wow…The images are beautiful! When I looked at the one showing the places you lived, it took up my entire widescreen (17')–this is great. Your pictures were always nice, however, this adjustment is magnificent..what a treasure. Thanks for sharing.

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