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Problem in Script which can resize the picture at load time

Posted on 2006-07-02
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hello Experts

This is my code

<script language=vbscript>
function ChangeHeight(oh,ow,nh,imgnm)
   nw= (nh*ow)/oh
  alert(nw)
end function
</script>


<td><P align=center><A  href="http://www.artageindia.com/bigpic.asp?id1=36">  <IMG id="img1"
            src="products1_files/BC-011.jpg" border=2 onload="ChangeHeight(this.height,this.width,77,this.id)" > </p></td>
<td><P align=center><A  href="http://www.artageindia.com/bigpic.asp?id1=37">  <IMG id="img2"
            src="products1_files/BC-012.jpg" border=2 onload="ChangeHeight(this.height,this.width,77,this.id)" > </p></td>
<td><P align=center><A  href="http://www.artageindia.com/bigpic.asp?id1=38">  <IMG id="img3"
            src="products1_files/BC-013.jpg" border=2 onload="ChangeHeight(this.height,this.width,77,this.id)" > </p></td>

now i want to change the width and height of the below images (img1,img2,img3) so that all the pictures height remain same and width can be changed accordingly using function. Now using function how to change the size of pictures run time.

thanks

vikas
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by:DireOrbAnt
ID: 17028815
Some notes first. I would not use vbscript as javascript has a  MUCH better support base.
Also, I used Math.round so you don't get non int width.

Here it is:
------------------------------
<HTML>
<HEAD>
<script language="javascript">
function ChangeHeight(ImgId, nh) {
  var ImgObj = document.getElementById(ImgId);
  ImgObj.width = Math.round((nh*ImgObj.width)/ImgObj.height);
}

function FixImages() {
  ChangeHeight('img1', 77);
  ChangeHeight('img2', 77);
  ChangeHeight('img3', 77);      
}
</script>
</HEAD>
<BODY onload="FixImages()">
<table><tr>
<td><P align=center><A  href="http://www.artageindia.com/bigpic.asp?id1=36">  <IMG id="img1"
            src="products1_files/BC-011.jpg" border=2> </p></td>
<td><P align=center><A  href="http://www.artageindia.com/bigpic.asp?id1=37">  <IMG id="img2"
            src="products1_files/BC-012.jpg" border=2> </p></td>
<td><P align=center><A  href="http://www.artageindia.com/bigpic.asp?id1=38">  <IMG id="img3"
            src="products1_files/BC-013.jpg" border=2> </p></td>
</tr></table>
</BODY>
</HTML>
------------------------------
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by:vikas_maderna
ID: 17028893
hello ,

In this function

function FixImages() {
  ChangeHeight('img1', 77);
  ChangeHeight('img2', 77);
  ChangeHeight('img3', 77);    
}

You have made the img1 and img2, .... name fixed while for me this is variable thing, as it is asp page and pictures are comming from database and i dont know their numbers. Then how can i do this.

thanks

vikas
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DireOrbAnt earned 2000 total points
ID: 17031548
How about this:
-------------------------------
<HTML>
<HEAD>
<script language="javascript">
function ChangeHeight(ImgObj, nh) {
  ImgObj.width = Math.round((nh*ImgObj.width)/ImgObj.height);
}

function FixImages() {
  var AllImg = document.getElementsByTagName('IMG');
  for (var i=0; i<AllImg.length; i++) {
        if (AllImg[i].className == 'MyClass') ChangeHeight(AllImg[i], 77);
      }
}
</script>
</HEAD>
<BODY onload="FixImages()">
<table><tr>
<td><P align=center><A  href="http://www.artageindia.com/bigpic.asp?id1=36">  <IMG id="img1" src="products1_files/BC-011.jpg" border=2> </p></td>
<td><P align=center><A  href="http://www.artageindia.com/bigpic.asp?id1=37">  <IMG id="img2" class="MyClass" src="products1_files/BC-012.jpg" border=2> </p></td>
<td><P align=center><A  href="http://www.artageindia.com/bigpic.asp?id1=38">  <IMG id="img3" src="products1_files/BC-013.jpg" border=2> </p></td>
</tr></table>
</BODY>
</HTML>
-------------------------------

Note that I changed both functions and made the second image class be MyClass so it changes that one.
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