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Posted on 2006-06-15
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Hi

Is there a way to find the dimensions of an image using plain ASP?

The image is stored on the server, and i guess the filesystemobject would be used..

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Richard
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Hi

That works a treat, thanks!

Richard
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