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Resizing images before you upload them to the site can dramatically reduce the amount of time it takes for the selected image(s) to upload from your computer to your website. The file size for an image taken from a modern digital camera can be anything upto 10mb per image, which could take several minutes to upload to your website. Resizing the image(s) before uploading is a very quick and easy process and will greatly reduce the amount of time it takes for the image(s) to upload. You can use a program called PixResizer to resize images to reduce the file size.

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