Avatars are those small photos that everyone likes to place beneath their name on forum postings. They generally
range from photos of your motorhome, pets, family, or almost anything else that helps you personalize your forum browsing experience.
The problem is that avatars are small images whereas any digital image that you have taken with a camera that now resides on your computer
is too large. Therefore they need to be resized in order to fit into the allotted space. Now, if you are familiar with using Photoshop or
some other image editing program that's not a problem. You just resize and/or crop the image to fit the allotted space and then upload it
via your User Control Panel (UCP). Details on how to upload avatars is found in the
Avatar and Signature Help tutorial.
However, not all of us have the ability to resize images. Each avatar needs to be no more than 140 pixels wide and
140 pixels high. They can be smaller but the real key is to make them 140 pixels wide so that they can easily be seen at the maximum
width allowed. To do this we are including a utility that will take any digital image that is on your computer, upload it to our server,
resize it to a 140 pixel wide image, and allow you to save it to your computer so that you can upload it as your avatar image. Any
digital image in the JPG, GIF, BMP, or PNG formats can be processed using this utility. The end result will be a JPG file capable as
being used as your avatar. Your original file will remain unchanged. We hope that our members will find this a helpful utility to
allow them to create personalized avatars.
To Continue on and create an Avatar enter your Username below and select Continue. If you do not want to create an
avatar at this time just select Cancel to return to the home page.
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