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Crisis, Grief, and Healing => Child Loss => Topic started by: Heidismom on December 02, 2006, 05:59:53 PM

Title: Heidi's Angel Date
Post by: Heidismom on December 02, 2006, 05:59:53 PM
Gone from this Earth on September 10, 2006
Beautiful baby girl - forever 29    :-*  :'(
Title: Re: Heidi's Angel Date
Post by: Heidismom on December 02, 2006, 06:40:39 PM
not sure if i did this right, Heids angel day is not today...but it shows up on the calendar on the right day
Title: Re: Heidi's Angel Date
Post by: faye on December 02, 2006, 06:54:28 PM
I had the same problem. 
Everyone thought Larry's Angel date was today.  We have to edit the post and put the date on the post, too.  Hope this helps.
Title: Re: Heidi's Angel Date
Post by: Johanna on December 02, 2006, 07:03:18 PM
We'll all get used to this. And I'm sure we all forgive each other for our mistakes and extra posts to get the calendar set up. I quite like this new setup.
Love and hugs,
Johanna, Micheal's mom
Title: Re: Heidi's Angel Date
Post by: Johanna on December 02, 2006, 07:04:19 PM
Oh my... I didn't think the pic would come up this big. Does anyone know how I fix it?
Love,
Johanna, Micheal's mom
Title: Re: Johanna and Heidi
Post by: faye on December 03, 2006, 08:07:55 AM
Mine is big, too.  I don't think that is a problem.  We'll see what Tom has to way.  Good to see you, Johanna and Heidi's Mom.
Title: Re: Heidi's Angel Date
Post by: Tom on December 03, 2006, 08:28:31 AM
If the images are too large you can adjust that by editing the image tag.  Look at what you typed in for the image address.  It probably looks something like this:


Code: [Select]
[img]http://larry-brickman-1972.memory-of.com/Uploads/Pictures/2006/4/20/SlideShowPic632811653767500000.jpg[/img]

Now notice that the very first part of this is (http://  All you have to do is change that very first part to the following and put whatever numbers you want for height and width until you find the right size.  [img width=160 height=120]  Then it will look something like this and should be smaller.[code] [img width=160 height=120]http://larry-brickman-1972.memory-of.com/Uploads/Pictures/2006/4/20/SlideShowPic632811653767500000.jpg)
[/code]

 (http://larry-brickman-1972.memory-of.com/Uploads/Pictures/2006/4/20/SlideShowPic632811653767500000.jpg)


Notice that the image needs to stay in a similar ratio of height and width.  When you have a square picture could use 50x50 or 300x300.  If you have a rectangle that is 100x300 you could stay with the same ratio by changing it to something like 200x600.

I'm sorry if  this is all confusing to you. Not to worry.  Just experiment and see how it works!