About Igor13
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Hi there! I am Igor, from Croatia. I am married, have three kids. I have some passions in my life. My first and greatest passion

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Hi, support.

The platform shows very big fonts. It happened suddenly. What is wrong?
can you help?

Thanks

Maybe it's your browser. Hold down the Ctrl key and tap the 0 (zero) key to reset it. Or you can use the Ctrl key with your mouse's scroll button.

Thanks, Marion. I know several ways how to reduce the font size. But it is not resolving my issue.

The letters are also bolded. The font stays big anyway. I tried also to reduce the size within Chrome settings as well.

Still, no results.

However, thanks a lot for your help.

Give me a screenshot, Igor, so I can see what you're seeing.

Hi Marion!

Sorry, for not responding before. Here is my Screenshot.

I am using Chrome and Windows 10. I checked on Windows 7, also on Chrome,(my another LapTop and the resolution was fine!)

Right-click on an empty space on your computer desktop then select Display Settings. Compare the settings to those on your laptop to see what may have been changed.

If it's just your browser then check the settings at
chrome://settings/appearance

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Big fonts on the platform?

Big fonts on the platform?

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Hi, support.

The platform shows very big fonts. It happened suddenly. What is wrong?
can you help?

Thanks

Maybe it's your browser. Hold down the Ctrl key and tap the 0 (zero) key to reset it. Or you can use the Ctrl key with your mouse's scroll button.

Thanks, Marion. I know several ways how to reduce the font size. But it is not resolving my issue.

The letters are also bolded. The font stays big anyway. I tried also to reduce the size within Chrome settings as well.

Still, no results.

However, thanks a lot for your help.

Give me a screenshot, Igor, so I can see what you're seeing.

Hi Marion!

Sorry, for not responding before. Here is my Screenshot.

I am using Chrome and Windows 10. I checked on Windows 7, also on Chrome,(my another LapTop and the resolution was fine!)

Right-click on an empty space on your computer desktop then select Display Settings. Compare the settings to those on your laptop to see what may have been changed.

If it's just your browser then check the settings at
chrome://settings/appearance

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Dear WA friends!

I am wondering today if you when visiting a certain blog post you like to see bigger or smaller graphic files on it. I mean the photos or various graphi

Good Morning Igor,

I am a very visual person.
I like to keep the layout of my posts the same.
In a post of 1500 words I will have a video and between 4 to 6 photos.
I place them in the center so your eyes get a rest from reading.
I do not have commercials or popups in the text and I keep my photos the same medium/big size.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske

Hi Tatetske!

I have to admit that you are one of the few people hat "voted" for bigger images. I like your structure of the multimedia content.

The only concern with bigger pictures is the loading time due to the high resolution of the photos. Proper optimization is a must, I guess.

Thanks for your valuable feedback,
Igor

Good Morning Igor,

When I download from Pixabay I take the lightest version.
640x426 and normally they are under 100KB. I have the Lazy Loader Plugin so that also helps.
Personally I do not like to read a post where you have small photos with the text wrapped around it and then the photos sometimes are left and then to the right.
This I find gives a restless reader experience and the Search machines do not like it either.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske

Hi Taetske!

I am glad to hear somebody likes also a bit bigger photos. Sometimes I like them too. Related to the size of them, obviously, smaller photos do better for optimization and side speed purposes.

However, the "tastes" are different, so in my opinion, mixing the sizes is kind of a compromise solution.

Thanks again for your valuable feedback,
Best regards,
Igor



Bigger images are better because of my poor vision.

Also, I like to see words wrapped around the image, even though Ii haven't mastered that skill yet.

Thank you for being concerned, Igor.

All the best,
Maxine

Hi Maxine!

Yes, it is a very good point of yours. People with poorer vision might prefer bigger images.

To wrap words around images you need to do just two easy steps:

1) write content within your post
2) insert the photo on a preferred location within the text
3) Right-click on the photo
4) on the small pop-up window, you will have the option to choose where do you want your photo to be located (left, right, middle) and if you choose left or right, click on the chosen option (icon) and the text will automatically wrap around the image.

To make it even more clear and easier for you to understand the process, contact me in private and ask me about the issue and I will create a small video training about it. ok? It is my "goodwill" gift for your answer.

Thanks,
Igor

Big, because i have a bad sight

Hi Fleeky!

Ok, that is a reason. Thanks for your feedback. Good to know.

When images are small, i bounce

Thanks, good to know.
Regards,
Igor

Definitely smaller, Igor. I like when the pictures vary from left to right with text next to them and around them.

Hi Lenka!

Thanks a lot for your valuable feedback. Great bio. It seems many people like smaller photos, due to the feedback I receive.

Also, quite many answered that posting images from left to right with text around them is also a very common option.

Best regards,
Igor

The funny thing is that I forget that when I'm writing my own articles :) I just put one image on the top and then just text. There is always something to improve on.
Have a nice day!
Lenka

I prefer smaller images, Igor.
Pictures get our attention, but are not what we're to key on.
Reading is where the information is, and I like to dive in!!
Good question!
Barb

Hi Barb!

Thanks for the great feedback. I will definitely start resizing my photos on my pages and posts because the majority of people answered with smaller photos and quite a few of them with their placement from left to right.

Best regards,
Igor

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Do you like to view bigger or smaller images in a blog?

Do you like to view bigger or smaller images in a blog?

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Dear WA friends!

I am wondering today if you when visiting a certain blog post you like to see bigger or smaller graphic files on it. I mean the photos or various graphi

Good Morning Igor,

I am a very visual person.
I like to keep the layout of my posts the same.
In a post of 1500 words I will have a video and between 4 to 6 photos.
I place them in the center so your eyes get a rest from reading.
I do not have commercials or popups in the text and I keep my photos the same medium/big size.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske

Hi Tatetske!

I have to admit that you are one of the few people hat "voted" for bigger images. I like your structure of the multimedia content.

The only concern with bigger pictures is the loading time due to the high resolution of the photos. Proper optimization is a must, I guess.

Thanks for your valuable feedback,
Igor

Good Morning Igor,

When I download from Pixabay I take the lightest version.
640x426 and normally they are under 100KB. I have the Lazy Loader Plugin so that also helps.
Personally I do not like to read a post where you have small photos with the text wrapped around it and then the photos sometimes are left and then to the right.
This I find gives a restless reader experience and the Search machines do not like it either.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske

Hi Taetske!

I am glad to hear somebody likes also a bit bigger photos. Sometimes I like them too. Related to the size of them, obviously, smaller photos do better for optimization and side speed purposes.

However, the "tastes" are different, so in my opinion, mixing the sizes is kind of a compromise solution.

Thanks again for your valuable feedback,
Best regards,
Igor



Bigger images are better because of my poor vision.

Also, I like to see words wrapped around the image, even though Ii haven't mastered that skill yet.

Thank you for being concerned, Igor.

All the best,
Maxine

Hi Maxine!

Yes, it is a very good point of yours. People with poorer vision might prefer bigger images.

To wrap words around images you need to do just two easy steps:

1) write content within your post
2) insert the photo on a preferred location within the text
3) Right-click on the photo
4) on the small pop-up window, you will have the option to choose where do you want your photo to be located (left, right, middle) and if you choose left or right, click on the chosen option (icon) and the text will automatically wrap around the image.

To make it even more clear and easier for you to understand the process, contact me in private and ask me about the issue and I will create a small video training about it. ok? It is my "goodwill" gift for your answer.

Thanks,
Igor

Big, because i have a bad sight

Hi Fleeky!

Ok, that is a reason. Thanks for your feedback. Good to know.

When images are small, i bounce

Thanks, good to know.
Regards,
Igor

Definitely smaller, Igor. I like when the pictures vary from left to right with text next to them and around them.

Hi Lenka!

Thanks a lot for your valuable feedback. Great bio. It seems many people like smaller photos, due to the feedback I receive.

Also, quite many answered that posting images from left to right with text around them is also a very common option.

Best regards,
Igor

The funny thing is that I forget that when I'm writing my own articles :) I just put one image on the top and then just text. There is always something to improve on.
Have a nice day!
Lenka

I prefer smaller images, Igor.
Pictures get our attention, but are not what we're to key on.
Reading is where the information is, and I like to dive in!!
Good question!
Barb

Hi Barb!

Thanks for the great feedback. I will definitely start resizing my photos on my pages and posts because the majority of people answered with smaller photos and quite a few of them with their placement from left to right.

Best regards,
Igor

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Hello folks!

I am a passionate tennis player and also a trainer. Few days ago I have received a proposal from one member of WA to write an ebook for tennis beginners. Th

Hi Igor
I would be interested in knowing about local opportunities of where to play and train for tennis.
I would be interested in your recommendations for equipment, also training clothing, and especially shoes.
I would be interested to know how to improve and how to measure such improvement.
Alan.

Hi Alan!

Well, some good points you mentioned.

However, I am afraid that your first suggestion for local opportunities would be not my topic because my book will be intended for a wide audience, not locally, but other topics are perfect for such a book.

However, maybe I could write a paragraph about the resources where to local places for learning and playing tennis, in general.

Thanks a lot for your feedback, I appreciate it!

Regards,
Igor

Lots of things come to mind, but the first ones would be these.

How to choose a racquet
Grip tape products to prevent blisters
Shoe and sock recommendations

After getting the very basic skills down (i.e., getting the ball over the net with decent consistency), I would want to learn about some slightly more advanced topics.

Useful stretching techniques
What grip(s) to use for different shots
Footwork

Hi Jordan!

Thanks a lot for your list of topics. Very helpful one. Indeed, all mentioned topics are important also for the beginners.

More advanced topics could be, for example, playing 8 main directions on the court with both basic ground-strokes (forehand and backhand), implementing rotations to the ball, such as spin,top-spin, slice and so-called "drive", adding speed to the movement of the racquet and the power to the ball.

Besides, starting learning "special shots" like passing shots, drop-shots, lobs, short angles.

Learning the five qualities of the best-played ball, learning the techniques of watching the ball, sliding on the clay court, advancing to the higher levels of skills, and so on, and so on.

Excellent feedback.

Thanks a lot.

P.S.
I was free to follow you. Please, feel free to follow me back as well.

how to serve ACES!
how to be accurate
how to survive an opponents best serve.

Ok. These are advanced topics. Beginners need first to learn the basic technique and how to play the serve into the proper field.

Aces are the "final product" of the great serve skill. Accuracy is possible after having the right technique and concentration. Returning well involves some topics:
- technique
- positioning ( a little tactic)
- reaction
- "reading the opponent's serve"
- determination

Thanks for your feedback!

*** when i first started tennis as a wee one (last century .. lol) .... it was lessons & equipment! .... and lots of exercise including running! ....

.... all the best, cheerio-o .... :) ***

Ok, Great input, thanks!

When you start tennis, you need to accomplish several steps. Running is a very important factor of successful tennis play, but at the beginning it is more about learning basic stuff, like proper body postures, overall basic shots techniques with all what is included in such technique (so the proper movement and positioning to the ball as well), accomplishing simple really, playing directions, various rotations of the balls, etc.

Thus, the skill and level of running varies when starting learning tennis and advancing to a better player.

Proper posture, Best rackets that fit my stance and for my older body

O right!

These are great beginner's questions! Thanks lit. I will definitely consider them.
Related to proper racquet, some tips upfront: definitely the size of the grip, the size of the racquet's head, the material of the racquet, the weight. The lenght should be the standard one for adults. Very important the strings and the string pattern as well.



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What would you be interested in when starting tennis?

What would you be interested in when starting tennis?

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Hello folks!

I am a passionate tennis player and also a trainer. Few days ago I have received a proposal from one member of WA to write an ebook for tennis beginners. Th

Hi Igor
I would be interested in knowing about local opportunities of where to play and train for tennis.
I would be interested in your recommendations for equipment, also training clothing, and especially shoes.
I would be interested to know how to improve and how to measure such improvement.
Alan.

Hi Alan!

Well, some good points you mentioned.

However, I am afraid that your first suggestion for local opportunities would be not my topic because my book will be intended for a wide audience, not locally, but other topics are perfect for such a book.

However, maybe I could write a paragraph about the resources where to local places for learning and playing tennis, in general.

Thanks a lot for your feedback, I appreciate it!

Regards,
Igor

Lots of things come to mind, but the first ones would be these.

How to choose a racquet
Grip tape products to prevent blisters
Shoe and sock recommendations

After getting the very basic skills down (i.e., getting the ball over the net with decent consistency), I would want to learn about some slightly more advanced topics.

Useful stretching techniques
What grip(s) to use for different shots
Footwork

Hi Jordan!

Thanks a lot for your list of topics. Very helpful one. Indeed, all mentioned topics are important also for the beginners.

More advanced topics could be, for example, playing 8 main directions on the court with both basic ground-strokes (forehand and backhand), implementing rotations to the ball, such as spin,top-spin, slice and so-called "drive", adding speed to the movement of the racquet and the power to the ball.

Besides, starting learning "special shots" like passing shots, drop-shots, lobs, short angles.

Learning the five qualities of the best-played ball, learning the techniques of watching the ball, sliding on the clay court, advancing to the higher levels of skills, and so on, and so on.

Excellent feedback.

Thanks a lot.

P.S.
I was free to follow you. Please, feel free to follow me back as well.

how to serve ACES!
how to be accurate
how to survive an opponents best serve.

Ok. These are advanced topics. Beginners need first to learn the basic technique and how to play the serve into the proper field.

Aces are the "final product" of the great serve skill. Accuracy is possible after having the right technique and concentration. Returning well involves some topics:
- technique
- positioning ( a little tactic)
- reaction
- "reading the opponent's serve"
- determination

Thanks for your feedback!

*** when i first started tennis as a wee one (last century .. lol) .... it was lessons & equipment! .... and lots of exercise including running! ....

.... all the best, cheerio-o .... :) ***

Ok, Great input, thanks!

When you start tennis, you need to accomplish several steps. Running is a very important factor of successful tennis play, but at the beginning it is more about learning basic stuff, like proper body postures, overall basic shots techniques with all what is included in such technique (so the proper movement and positioning to the ball as well), accomplishing simple really, playing directions, various rotations of the balls, etc.

Thus, the skill and level of running varies when starting learning tennis and advancing to a better player.

Proper posture, Best rackets that fit my stance and for my older body

O right!

These are great beginner's questions! Thanks lit. I will definitely consider them.
Related to proper racquet, some tips upfront: definitely the size of the grip, the size of the racquet's head, the material of the racquet, the weight. The lenght should be the standard one for adults. Very important the strings and the string pattern as well.



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Hi folks!

Article and content marketing is huge. We all know that. Still, people react differently to different content, and like to read different kinds of content.

To me is a mixture of all

Hi Fidelis!

Thanks for your feedback. I appreciate it.
Igor

Hi Igor,

Graph with a text on a video would be great.


Thanks ,
Lydia

Hi Lydia!
It seems you prefer presentations.

Thanks for your feedback!

Best regards,
Igor

Yes I think you are right.

Good afternoon Igor,

As I am a visual person I like to see some photos in the text.
When I write a post of around 1500 words I will put around 4 photos and 1 video. I think it is nice when your eyes get a rest.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske

Yes, I agree totally.
Greetings back from Croatia!

Muchas gracias!
Igor

Definitely a mix of at least some of it.

Thanks, Dane for your answer.

E mix it up igor definitely
matt

Hi Matt!

Great! Thanks for the reply. Valuable info!

Igor

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Do you prefer more textual or visual content?

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Hi folks!

Article and content marketing is huge. We all know that. Still, people react differently to different content, and like to read different kinds of content.

To me is a mixture of all

Hi Fidelis!

Thanks for your feedback. I appreciate it.
Igor

Hi Igor,

Graph with a text on a video would be great.


Thanks ,
Lydia

Hi Lydia!
It seems you prefer presentations.

Thanks for your feedback!

Best regards,
Igor

Yes I think you are right.

Good afternoon Igor,

As I am a visual person I like to see some photos in the text.
When I write a post of around 1500 words I will put around 4 photos and 1 video. I think it is nice when your eyes get a rest.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske

Yes, I agree totally.
Greetings back from Croatia!

Muchas gracias!
Igor

Definitely a mix of at least some of it.

Thanks, Dane for your answer.

E mix it up igor definitely
matt

Hi Matt!

Great! Thanks for the reply. Valuable info!

Igor

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