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Turn Off Image Resizing

Posted on 2003-11-04
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Hello,
In the newest IE browsers/XP ( ? ) large images are shrunk down to screen dimensions and then users have the option of enlarging them to full size.  Is there any code we can eneter to a picture to stop this?

Many thanks,

Yunkaa
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You can't do it with code for your visitors, but there's a very easy workaround:
Put the image in a table set to the size of the image, and include the image inside the table or as a background.

The user can do the following:
Tools >  Internet Options > Advanced
Click Enable Automatic Image Resizing check box.

Thanks,
GM
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