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Art101
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Hello,

I need to know the exact width of the editing area of the profile page, I’m going to create some images for my profile page and put some small images and I don’t want to lose any space.

Anyone can give me an accurate figure?

Thank you

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JamiGibbs
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If you use Firebug, you’ll know the dimensions of all the web elements.

It’s 616px.

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Art101
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Thanks JamiGibbs, that really helps, Regards :)

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JamiGibbs
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Glad I could help! Cheers! :)

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Joost
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This little tool saved me heaps of time measuring stuff in my browser ;)

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imultime
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All you had to do was, rt. click on the image and view image info/properties depending on what browser you are and you can see all the info including the image dimensions there. :D

And the the width of the profile image is 590px not 616px ;)

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JamiGibbs
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All you had to do was, rt. click on the image and view image info/properties depending on what browser you are and you can see all the info including the image dimensions there. :D And the the width of the profile image is 590px not 616px ;)

Sorry but the question was “exact width of the editing area of the profile page”... not the width of the main profile image.

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digitalimpact
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This little tool saved me heaps of time measuring stuff in my browser ;)

Joost, the Web Developer plugin already has that, no need for an extra plugin :) (under Miscellaneous>Display ruler)

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