Great question and it’s easy to do.
Open your template up and in the template there will be a keyword that looks like this:
Change the number of 560 or a smaller number, this is the maximum width of the image and set it to a more suitable size.
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The image requirements on eBay are regarding the main featured image at the top of the listing page. So yes the image you upload will have to meet their minimum requirements.
What we are doing within the description block is pulling that image in again and re-sizing it so it looks right in your main description block. This re-sizing won’t effect the main image at the top of the page, so you won’t run into any trouble there.
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Howdi Matt, yes I imported them via magmi
Benni Blanco, from the Bronx.
Oh that’s ace, when Dave gets in I’ll get a guide lined up to automatically resize images on the way in.
It should be relatively straight forwards to do with a PHP library such as http://timthumb.googlecode.com/ and I’ll see if I can get something put together that anyone can use.
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