View Full Version : Image Orientation Problem

10-10-2012, 09:46 AM

I have one particular image that won't show correctly on mobile, iPad or facebook....but works perfectly - as do all my other images - on my laptop using Firefox...

Any ideas - am I allowed to post a link to the page showing the pic?



10-10-2012, 12:04 PM
am I allowed to post a link to the page showing the pic?

Not only are you allowed, you are required to show an example if you want serious help, because we arenít psychic. Except if itís adult content, then you arenít allowed to post it. :-D

10-10-2012, 12:44 PM
Thank you (and thanks for removing the double post - the first one didn't appear at first so I posted again - apologies)

Didn't want to be accused of trying to drop a link...The page in question is here - http://www.collinsonfencing.com/timber-close-boarded-fencing/london/close-board-fencing-london-acton.html

As you can see the image should be perfect on your PC / Laptop.... but in a mobile or iPad it is flipped 90 degrees anti clockwise?? any ideas??

Little more info in case it makes a difference - the image was taken on an iPhone that was upright and there for the wrong way for my images. I used Corel Photo Paint to rotate and crop to be exactly the same size as all the other images on my site so, my thinking is, it should display the same?!?

Any help / advice much appreciated


10-10-2012, 04:27 PM
Me again - I guess my last reply is still with the Mods...

I've sorted it I think... In case anyone wants to know....

The original pic was saved sideways in my Photo Stream (apple). I then opened it in Corel Photo Paint, rotated and cut and saved straight to my web directory files and uploaded...

It seems it still links back to the photo stream somehow and when the mobile device loads it - it seems to rotote it which puts the image on it's side again...Who knew!!

10-11-2012, 04:31 PM
Sorry, posts of new members are more likely to be blocked by some word filter. Once you have more posts your posts won’t be filtered automatically anymore.