There are two ways to work around this issue. The first one is the obvious and tedious one, to resize your image before you upload to your blog. There are hundreds of online websites where you can resize your pictures. Alternatively, you can use software like Windows built-in MS Paint or Adobe's Photoshop to resize your image. You can even download third party software to resize your image in a batch.
But that is not what this post is about. In this quick tutorial, I am going to teach you how to resize your target image without going through the hassle of resizing your image before uploading. You can simply 'tell' (with machine language of course, but not literally 'machine language') blogger to show your image at a different size. And it's rather easy and flexible, as you can change to a different size whenever you change your mind without having to upload your image all over again.
Here's an example. Take a look at the images below. They are the same image, uploaded only once. But with a nice trickery, the second image opens a much smaller image compared to the first one:
|Clicking this will open a huge target image|
|This one has a smaller target image|