Good afternoon rainmakers! Lovely day in Los Angeles

Real Estate Agent with Hopper Real Estate

Just checking in - I continue to try to work on the blog, little by little, but guess I am not too bright!  This stuff has me going in circles it feels like between all the different venues on the net... one could go BROKE quickly, huh?  Well, I had a few minutes and thought I'd see if anyone else had a lot of trouble sizing their photo to fit the 960X 128 peramiters or even the 940 X 440 or whatever it is on the "listings" page.  OMG, am I just completely nuts, or can this be that difficult?  Oh well, guess I'll piddle around with it until I figure it out. I'm trying to post a fabulous listing but cannot get the picture the right size.  Even contacted support and was sent to Picnik and couldn't get it right. as a realtor.... hope you're all having a fabulous day.  I was happy to take a little break and sit outside with the hummingbirds and dogs for a short time.  How peaceful and wonderful it was.... LOL.   HAGD everyone!!

Comments (2)

JP Broker
Penn Valley, CA

Hang in there Laura! Just keep piddling! Your on the right track. Try clicking the little tree for your photo, then click "appearance" to adjust the size & dementions. Where it says vertical space and borders, just put a number 1,2,3 etc. to adjust borders. Play with it alittle. The real magic that some people never get is placing the photo within the text. To do this place your cursor at the begining or end of your paragraph, then (under appearance again) Click "alignment" right, left, middle, pick one. Then go back to "general" and pick your image. If you click the box and "pop up blocked" comes up then go to Tools on your browser, and select temporarily allow pop ups.

Just having the courage to plod into this stuff is half the battle. Don't ever let me hear you say "I'm not too bright." As long as you have the courage you have all the brightness you are ever going to need. Keep up the good work!

May 26, 2011 09:54 AM
Laura Francis
Hopper Real Estate - Azusa, CA

OH thanks so much for the comment Joe, I really appreicate it - more than you know!!  Sometimes I feel so alone in this stuff and I do have the courage, just don't have the "know-how" and certainly don't have enought time to listen or read all the tutorials, but guys like you make it all worthwhile.  Thanks again, hope to be able to "do what you do!"  Laura

May 26, 2011 11:00 AM