If you guys will make use of the WIDTH attribute of the IMG tag, you can keep larger images from taking over the window. Adding WIDTH="100%" anywhere in the IMG tag of any really large image will force it to use only 100% of the available space. Here's an example:
<img src="http://fish.dnr.cornell.edu/nyfish/Centrarchidae/rock_bass.jpg" width="100%" />
That will give you this:
Compare that to the full size version, and you'll see what I mean. You can also use WIDTH to limit by pixels (about 72px = 1 inch on most monitors). So, if I want that one to be only 200px wide, I'd use WIDTH="200" or WIDTH="200px" and I'd get this:
You can use any percentage or pixel value you want. Ones that are a lot bigger or smaller than the original will cause it to distort, of course. For sake of simplicity, I generally set the width and let the browser take care of the height. You'll notice that I'll occasionally edit your posts to add this attribute. BoH and Hazz should feel free to do the same.