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Resizing Your Images

If you have a small web page image in JPG format and need to make it just a little bit smaller, you can do so simply by changing your image's HEIGHT and WIDTH values within your image tag. However, if you need to make a substantial change in the size of your image, this method is not recommended, as your file size will be the same.

Following is an example of a standard image and then the same image resized by changing the HEIGHT and WIDTH values:
Original Image

<IMG SRC="yourimage.jpg" WIDTH="96" HEIGHT="134" BORDER="0">

Resized Image

<IMG SRC="yourimage.jpg" WIDTH="45" HEIGHT="67" BORDER="0">

When resizing a web page image, please ensure that you make the same amount of change to both the HEIGHT and the WIDTH values to ensure the image will display properly.

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