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I have migrated my website to Office365 but when I go into the page edits, my images have become empty frames, which I cannot pick with the cursor.  I have tried re-uploading them, but they only up load full size eg 665 x 425 (way too big) and I cannot re-size or re-position them.  Any ideas?



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  • How did you migrate and from where? Copying/pasting or the recovery files from OLSB will only contain links based on OLSB urls/paths so won't work. You can update them quite easily if that's the problem. 
  • It seems like you copy and paste the images directly from your Office Live site over to Office 365 website. 

    As I know, there are 2 different ways that you can re-size an image.  

    1.You can click directly on the picture, and then use the boxes to drag the image to the correct size. 

    2.You can also click on the image, then click on "Format" under Image Tools" and adjust the height and width of the image in pixels. 

    On the other hand, I recommend you use IE 9, and add http://*, http://<YourDomain> and http://* to Trusted Sites of your web browser.

    The last, you can post a screen shot of the issue.

  • Hello Jon,

    How are things going?

    If there are any concerns about this issue, please feel free to post here.


    Cherry Wang

  • You must make sure that your images are a part of your site's assets and your code points to them in a secure manner.  Otherwise, when you pull up the page, depending on your browser it may block unsecure content.

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