While the platform that this site is based on will accept all size images. It is best to resample your images to 72 dpi and make their width 450 pixels. If you have questions please email me or comment on this post.
Obviously in the ever changing world of the Internet web sites are always doing just that...Our site is no exception. From creating and updating LogHome.com to starting and maintaining this social network to help folks dreaming of a log home get connected. Our Online Content Manager is constantly pushing us forward and trying new things, finding new ways to get our site ranked higher, adding new exclusive content that will help our readers and the list goes on and on. Please let us know if… Continue
I added some log home photos I took of a home under construction in Front Royal, Virginia...and a couple of videos too...One about a home in Georgia and another explaining what a Log & Timber Home Show is...
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It would be nice if people would put more labels on their pictures such as the lake / mountain picture and the log home with the maroon roof, which was gorgeous, explaining where they are.
It's all set....thank you so much.....I FIANLLY figured out by going into the home page, it was 100% easier....I'm a little behind on my computer skills anyway...rather be peeling logs....LOL !!! Thanks again!!
No, it's still doing the same thing...when I click on a photo, it goes to the page, then POW! Back to my screen that has all of my icons on it....this thing is giving me so much grief today!!!