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Google Chrome's "new tab" page uses relatively small (~140x80) thumbnails. This, coupled with the page's title is clearly enough to quickly identify most sites. Especially so considering these are the pages you visit most often. However, consider this point: In your case, the users will be looking at screenshots from their own websites. Meaning, one ...


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First, at least in most used programming languages you have a way to resize the image before or after uploading, so in that case you wouldn't have the need to restrict the image upload to any resolution. If this is not in your plans, you have to decide what will be the purpose of the screenshots on your app and then ask for max resolution you'd for that ...


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This is dependent on the type of site you (or your users) have built. If it is mobile, sticking with and iPhone resolution or 640 by 1136 pixels is great for showing a mobile screen shot. For desktop? You should use a grid sized screen shot, which can vary from 960 pixels wide to 1170. The height is up to you. Screen size is not as important as the ...



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