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Posted on 2011-09-21
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image139x78px image
Hi, I want to the core part of this image. Because when In drag it into my asp.net page, the size is amplified to 5 tim635*475 something. Not sure why?
 Thanks for resizing it.
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The image is already set at 139x78px. Not sure what is happening when you drag it to your page but you can view the source code and change the width and height manually. <img src="images/Shakehands.jpg" width="139" height="78">
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also make sure if you are using CSS that you do not have width and height values set for img { }
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