There's another option in that you can turn off image optimization in iWeb preferences.
Then resize the images before you load them into iWeb...
The fact that iWeb allows you to drag images into it and resize to whatever you want doesn't mean that its good practice to do it. These oversized files will slow your website download time .
much better when you clarified your question.
My basic question is in regard to the ultimate displayed resolution... for viewing on the new iPad.
960px is fine for displaying in ipad.
however, images have more than one purpose; it can be for display and/or for print.
computer/ipad display can stay the same size, but for printing the higher resolution the larger or better the prints look. so it's up to you to decide.
you already saw my other post reagrding scaling web page when using ipad, by scaling with ipad safari... you can have smaller image for displaying (but bad for printing)
then the image size is irrelevant, only the page size matter - i changed the detail view image to 800px wide.
you need to scale the page size to as i describe here:
https://discussions.apple.com/message/18197437#18197437 in this section:
1) detect ios device
2) detect ios device display orientation (portrait or landscape)
3) get iweb page viewport (iweb page width)
4) figure out the scaling ratio (for portrait or landscape)
To clarify, I have turned Slideshow off and plan to use photo pages with single photo viewing. I have my page width set at 1000 pixels and page metrics set at 965 pixels. When an image is selected and opened it is sized to something less than 965.
I think I do not need the detect scripting you describe since it is for Slideshows. Am I correct?
In my iPad test with the iPad in the landscape orientation, Landscape images are perfect, almost full screen and portrait images require a little scrolling, that is OK. However, when I rotate the iPad to Portrait orientation, the landscape image is sized smaller, almost the width of the iPad (again OK) however, the Portrait images are downsized too small.
Will the detect ios device modification fix this?
Where can I find more detail on adding this modification. I went back several threads and cannot find it.
that because portrait images are scaled to fit the height of detail view area.
so if you set your page width to 960px and detail width to 960px wide, iweb will makes the detail view height to 693px (for image).
that makes portrait image width to 520px wide (4:3 aspect ratio), it's decent but not much you can do.
here is example of 960px wide: http://temp.cyclosaurus.com/revolving/Photos.html#1
I have my page width set at 1000px and my detail width set at 960px. On my iPad, my landscape photos fill all but 1/2 inch on each side. When I open your landscape photos they almost file the screen with minimal space on the side. Trying to make mine larger, I increased my detail to 980px and the image size did not change. What is happening????? How do I increase the image size? Is it related to the small, medium and large settings? I am using Medium.