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Facebook Image Posting Problem

Posted on 2014-04-01
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We use twitter feed to pass our posts to Facebook and many of the posts have the images only partially shown.  This is a post off of blogger.

For example the word Spirulina is showing as pirulina.  I thought FB was supposed to autosize the images is that some setting somewhere?

You can see it if you go to facebook.com/theherbsplace

I also support another site that is using SNAP (Social Networks Auto Poster) to pass their posts and there are no scrollbars but the images are only shown partially.  This is a wordpress site.

I need to get these looking better.  I have included the images.test-spirulina.tiff

test-equolibrium.tiff

Thanks,

Randal
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You can see it is doing it's best guess of shrinking and cropping.  
safe
Try manually  making the image
facebooksize
"They" don't like auto posting much anyway so not much help from FB on that.
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I only have an opportunity to change the image every so often.  That is soon coming up so then I can't let you know what happens.

Unless, there is some way I can do some test post, that I am not aware of.

Thanks,

Randal
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Thanks for your help!
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