6 Replies Latest reply on May 14, 2015 9:17 AM by Fhantum

    I want my users to be able to click on a 600 pixel wide image in my project and have it open up in its full high res glory.

    Fhantum Adobe Community Professional

      I'm not referring to the pro-site option. I've seen other users do this. They upload an image and it is auto sized to 600 pixels wide, yet when you click on it, it opens up in a new window in full res, so users can see fine detail. I'm stumped! I've done multiple google searches and have also watched videos about uploading and I haven't been able to find my answer.

       

      What I've tried #1:  I "save for web" in Photoshop and save at 600 pixels wide as a .png. I upload it to Behance. Cool, it fits and looks good. But now users can't zoom in on it any closer.

      What I've tried #2:  I "save for web" in Photoshop and save at 1200 pixels wide as a .png. I upload it to Behance. Now I've got this massive image that fills the screen and half the work is cut off.

       

      How do I find the happy medium?

       

      Thanks everyone,

       

      -Kelsey