Photos and Images

4 Different Areas for Photos - Stay, Room, Working Spaces, Coworking Spaces

4 Different Areas for Photos To get the most impact for your Stay you will want to upload different photos into the different areas of your page. There are 4 different upload areas for your photos. - Stay Details - where you display overall pictures of your property - Stay Coworking Space - where you have photos of the common working spaces at your Stay - Room Images - general photos of each room - Room Work Space - where you show the working space inside each room Putting your photos in the...

What Size Photos Should I Upload?

What Size Photos Should I Upload? Stay & CoWorking Space Pictures All Stay images should be in Landscape format at least 1920 pixels x 1080 pixels in jpg format. - Landscape - 1920 x 1080px (or larger) - jpg - 1920 x 1080px is a common size on the internet that follows the 16 x 9 dimensions that most cameras take photos at. (The width of the photo is 16 times wide and the height 9 times high. Which also means the height is 9/16 = 56.25% of the width) Why so large? Actually, 1920px x 1080px...

Working Spaces

Working Spaces To be digital nomad ready every Stay needs somewhere for Members to work online. This could be: - Working spaces inside each room/apartment/house, - Common coworking spaces at your Stay which different guests share, or - Commercial Coworking Spaces nearby Nomad Stays has 2 areas where you can upload pictures of your own Working Spaces. - The working space in each room (as part of the room record), and - Any communal 'co' working spaces at your Stay (as pa...

Photo Editing Tools

Photo Editing Tool Suggestions Cool Online Tools Target size = 1920 x 1080 pixels or larger Target format = 16 x 9 Here's a few online tools that might help you resize your pictures. - Check the size of your photos: - Resize your photos: - - Choose custom - Sign in required - ( -

Do You Support webp Formatted Images and Photos

Do You Support webp Formatted Images and Photos No. Not at this time. Some browsers, such as Safari, don't have support for the webp format so the images don't show. iPhones, iPads and Macs older than 2020 tend to have older versions of incompatible Safari. So, to allow as many people as possible to use our site we don't support webp at this time. The webp format has also been found to be vulnerable to use by viruses, ie - people can hide viruses inside webp images.