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Brooks Cavin, Jr working on building projectSome of my uploaded images don't show up!
Q: Uploading seems to be working ok but after they are uploaded, they are not displayed on the test page or by clicking on the name of the image.
A: Before saving images as JPG files, make certain that they are set to RGB Color. In Photoshop, this can be done by selecting "Image>Mode>RGB Color". JPG images in the print color space CMYK are not displayed in most browsers.
What is a pixel?
Q: What is a pixel and how does this relate to my 24 x 36 wide sheet?
A: Think of pixels as a grid paper. A typical computer screen has 1024 pixels wide by 768 pixels high. Computer screens vary, so this may range from below that number to a higher number. Considering a grid paper of 1024 pixels wide on a computer screen, each point in the grid will be used to represent a graphic image. If an image is submitted that is 1200 pixels wide only about 75% of it will show.
When exactly will the project brief be posted?
Q: When exactly will the project brief be posted, and when exactly is the cut-off time for uploading content?
A: The program will be posted at 5:00 pm PST on Thursday March 15, 2012. The cut-off time is again 5:00 pm PST on Monday March 19, 2012.