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    Default Picture rotates when published

    Spent hours putting together website on "blank page". When I published it, two thirds of the pictures are rotated 90 degrees.
    I have rebooted computer, reopened the Netobject 15, (updated), and reopened website, looked fine on opening, but when republished, most of the photos was still rotated.

    Opened a new template, imported page, looked normal. Published and still same photos were rotated. Thinking of deleating Newtobjects and reinstalling. Help.

    eg: www.infinite-health.com/office3

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    your site is using the wrong character set, use UTF8 for HTML5 and not ISO <meta charset="ISO-8859-1"/>

    you have inserted full res images of around 4500px x 3000px, this is a no no, please resize them in Photoshop and save for web and insert them again or let Nof do the resizing by enabling jpg to be optimized, see attached
    https://www.videoproductions.com.au/...ize-images.png
    Last edited by antonsvideo; 04-23-2017 at 11:53 PM.

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    Also it would be highly advisable NOT to put your email address in clear on your site unless you want to be spammed out of existence. Use an email munger; there are plenty online. Here's one.

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    Default Thank you got it to work right.

    Had to play with it for a while but finally figured it out.
    Thank you
    George


    Quote Originally Posted by antonsvideo View Post
    your site is using the wrong character set, use UTF8 for HTML5 and not ISO <meta charset="ISO-8859-1"/>

    you have inserted full res images of around 4500px x 3000px, this is a no no, please resize them in Photoshop and save for web and insert them again or let Nof do the resizing by enabling jpg to be optimized, see attached
    https://www.videoproductions.com.au/...ize-images.png

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