Most of you probably already know this, but for those of you that don't, this is one way to "resize an image.
When you are "adding images", sometimes you have to increase or decrease the image size to utilize it appropriately. One way of doing this is once you've uploaded and saved the image you want, you can go back and edit the image by "pixel" size.
It's very easy to do. Once you saved image, go to the file it's in, right click on the image, then click "edit". Once in the image editor, you click on "resize", then in the "resize box" click on "pixels".
You can then just highlight the pixel value and change it to what size you want. Keep in mind, there is a small check box right below this that says, "maintain aspect ratio" which means if you change the horizontal ratio, the vertical will change automatically keeping the same ratio.
Example: horizontal ratio 275, vertical ratio 135, this makes it a rectangle image. If you uncheck the "maintain aspect ratio" box, then you have to change each ratio individually. If you want a square image, keep the ratio's the same, example" horizontal 275, vertical ratio 275. Click save. Then when you're ready to "add media" it's already sized to the size you need!
Hopes this enlightens the ones that need help with resizing images!
Sorry, haven't mastered screen shots yet! Working on that next!