There's published web services that detect the format of the raster file, wrap in and place it, don't know why that's not the case here. I'll just stick to the thumbnails and url's to click on. I'm no fan of the big 'shout in your face' image approach anyway. Thanks for the input, appreciate it.
Last edited by xj6response; 02-21-2015 at 10:17 PM.
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Thanks VSJEFF & DRU..
I decided to follow Dru's appraoch, reduced the size of the images before uploading to make things simpler. basically image sizes drops down to from 250 to 320 KB. .. I do find it takes a fair of work to get the images to poof up and show up large size in the midst of the narration and text. Wonder if there is a simpler and quicker way.
I would like to be able to reorder the images I upload... if I batch upload they load in semi random order... depending on size... smaller images load quicker than the one before it if it is larger for example... I have to manually load one image at a time to make sure they are in the correct sequence... time consuming.
We should be able to just move the images around while edit mode.
I tried looking for a plugin that allows you to reorder your images but there isn't one available. The images are ordered by which one you choose to attach first, second, etc in the attachment screen before clicking the upload button.