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My images are showing up TINY in IE..can someone help me fix it?

Posted on 2011-02-20
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Hi There,
ON this page here
http://www.etiwanda.com.au/White-Dorper-Sires-in-Use/admin.html
You will see some images that are showing up.

In IE some are TINY and I can't sort out why.

Can someone help me fix this?
Thanks
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Question by:Amanda Watson
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The problem is caused by smartload script, i suppose (didn't read the compressed code) it is used for the effect in showing the image.
If you can, put the image size in html or disable this script.
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Hey thanks, I added in the width etc...does it look ok on your screen now?
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I am not sure where to disable the smartload script either
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Perfect now ;)
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