I use Mathematica to make my web page. I make various .nb files, usually with photos, and then use an
Export command to convert the .nb file to an .html file with auxiliary links and photo files. This has worked well for me...
... except: Once in a while the photos come out at poor resolution despite my best efforts. I have tried
Export["my.html", nb, "HTML", "GraphicsOutput" -> "JPEG"]
to guarantee that a jpg appears but I think it gets rasterized at a low resolution regardless of how high a resolution the pasted jpeg in the notebook has.
Has anyone run into this?
Any ideas how to force the
Export command to generate the image file (whether a jpg or gif) at some minimum resolution?