Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Save the Weaver


This is my dedication to a dying art.
An art that has been passed on for generations.
An art that has seen the light of the day for the last few centuries.
An art that is now choking and dying a slow death.
An art that rightfully ought to be preserved.


Help us save the Kullu Weavers.

Join the "Save the Weaver" campaign. For more information please visit

http://himachal.us/category/save-the-weaver
or
http://musingseagull.blogspot.com/search/label/Project%20%3A%20Save%20the%20Weaver



7 comments:

  1. Your photos are wonderfull.

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  2. Your photo are great. Could you please tell me how you get your photos in your blog to be so large? I'd like to do the same but am unsure how. I too have blogspot.

    Cheers
    Robyn

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  3. @robyn:

    you need to change the width of the photo after you upload it into your post. I make mine 1024 pixels.

    Mail me in case u have any problems

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  4. It still didn't work. I'm using hte template black minima, however, it's really narrow compared to yours for some reason. I've looked all through the html on the template, and see nothing on width.

    This is going to end up with me pulling my hair out I can see LOL

    I have now worked out how to make it larger, but because my template is so narrow, it doesn't work.

    thanks for your help - if you have any other ideas please let me know ;)

    Cheers
    Robyn

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  5. ok what u need to do first is to expand the header wrapper width to 1024px, outer wrapper width to 1024 px and the main wrapper width to 800px.

    then for each photo that u upload in the html u need to change the resolution from s400 to s1600 and append width="780px" after alt="" .

    hope this tech jargon is not too confusing for u

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  6. Thank you so much for your help. I had managed to work out everything but the resolution on the pics by the time you sent your last reply, and once I got the resoltuion right, I immediately became happy. I didn't quite have the same px widths as you - but am happy with the result. Take a look and tell me what you think!

    www.robyncarterphotos.blogspot.com

    You're a champ! Thanks :)

    Cheers
    Robyn

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  7. beautiful tribute, anoop.

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