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Posted on 2004-09-20
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hi my friend has been bugging me about this, and I cant see the problem so I am hoping that you can.

the page is http://www.davidbirch2.com/cgi-bin/ComicServer.dll/Comic/?comic=1

As you can see by using the Fwds/Bwds buttons some of the images look kinda squashed or pixelated.... I assume this is something to do with the table they are in... but I cant see what! I want the page to resize to take the image (they are not equaly sized) so they are not pixelated.

Could you please tell me what to change to get the images to not look pixelated ? and why it happens at the moment...

Thanks in advance

David
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 First thing I would do is remove the height and width values from your image tags, they are unnecessary unless you want the page to resize the image for you.

so change

<img border="0" src="/cgi-bin/ComicServer\comics\Strip3.JPG" width="325" height="1050">

to

<img border="0" src="/cgi-bin/ComicServer\comics\Strip3.JPG">

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thanks that seems to have fixed it....  :) I thought it was the table squishing it....

thanks :)

David
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