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How to Enlarge Your Photos On Blogger

For this blogpost I decided to make a tutorial on how to enlarge your photos. Ok! I know this post is going to sound irrelevant to you but it's actually quite useful if you want to know. So yeah, I know that there are many ways to do this but this is how I enlarge my photo. If you are unaware, blogger only provides 4 options to choose the size of your image. 

For example:

There are only Small, Medium, Large, XL or the original size of your image. So at times you might want your image to be lager then XL but you do not want it to be as big as the original size. So what you have to do is to just follow the simple steps below and there shouldn't be a problem because you can size the image into whatever size of your preferences. 

STEP 1: Select Your Image

STEP 2: Make sure the photo is not in "Original Size"

STEP 3: Click HTML tab and find your image that you wanna enlarge
Tip: Make sure you name a file that you know, usually I'll just control + F to find my image!

Step 4: Amend the codings of the image (This might be a little tricky for you)

Remove height and width! You need to be careful because the coding maybe very sensitive and it will ruin your entire image.

s1600 is the defult size of my image set by blogger. All you need to do is to adjust it down to s750 so it matches the width of your blogpost size. Your photo might not be s750, so you might want to play around with the numbers until you get the correct size. Do note that portrait size and landscape will be different numbers as well. I get very anal when images are too small for me thus for every image I uploaded I will always perform the same steps I did above. 

If you are wondering how large is s750, this is how my landscape images look like on my blog.

If you have any questions, you may wish to email me or comment on this blogpost! I hope my instructions are clear and simple! Thanks for reading and good luck!


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