Simple banner resizing

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Years ago i knew of a site where you could enter the html of a banner and have it resized with the push of a button, and now that i need it i have no idea where to find this site. Does anyone know of a way to resize banners for adding to a site?

Thanks in advance
#website design #banner #resizing #simple
  • Profile picture of the author mywebwork
    You can do this with a number of different image editors.

    If you have MS Office the Microsoft Office Photo Manager will do the job, its very easy to use. There are also a number of Open Source and commercial editors.

    You may also have some software already on your computer that you can use to resize images, if you have a digital camera it probably came with a program that you could use to do this.

    Bill
  • Profile picture of the author Steve Wells
    If you resize a banner to a size that is not equal in dimensions, you will stretch it. Meaning if you have a banner that is 100 x 200 you can only resize to 50 x 100 or 200 x 400 ect... Hope you understand, else you will need to redo the whole banner because the graphics will be stretched and skewed.
  • Profile picture of the author eCovers4uGfx
    Originally Posted by mrflizo View Post

    Years ago i knew of a site where you could enter the html of a banner and have it resized with the push of a button, and now that i need it i have no idea where to find this site. Does anyone know of a way to resize banners for adding to a site?

    Thanks in advance
    Those type editors still exist today........... try HERE for example, have even used it myself from time to time when clientele request resizing and I am in transit!

    Regards,
    Chad
  • Profile picture of the author Aare
    it's better you use a photoshop for good quality converted image result. it's very easy to resize using this program.
  • Profile picture of the author Reverb
    I'm a Fireworks guy myself, even though I have Photoshop also. But yeah, they are great quality wise for resizing, among many other things.

    That pixlr.com/editor looks pretty handy. Thanks for the link.
  • Profile picture of the author AllenMack
    You can always use photoshop to resize your photo.

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