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Posted on 2013-05-15
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Hi,
I have a list of images with spaces between each.
can I get them to resize when I reduce browser size?
I would like the images to be smaller and the spaces between them to sqeeze up.
#headingIconList ul
{
margin: 0;


list-style-type: none;

border:none;

}

#headingIconList ul li 
{
     display: inline;

 }

#headingIconList ul li a
{
text-decoration: none;
padding-right:  10%;



 
}//////////////////////////////
......................
  <ul>
             <li>
             
                 <a href=""><img  src="../images/ic1.png" alt="head"/></a>
                 <a href=""><img  src="../images/ic1.png" alt="head"/></a>
                 <a href=""><img  src="../images/ic1.png" alt="head"/></a>
                 <a href=""><img  src="../images/ic1.png" alt="head"/></a>
              
             </li>
          </ul>

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Question by:jagguy
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by:Scott Fell, EE MVE
ID: 39170337
Typically when you are using media queries to detect browser size you will have multiple sizes of your images and load as needed.

Although not optimal, you can set the size by changing the width and height in your css

ul li img{width:80%; height:80%;}
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by:jagguy
ID: 39170377
Yes I know media queries but with images they resize automatically as the browser reduces in size
Here is an example here of a heading with an image.
See how it resizes.
http://www.mymrt.net/ComputerTraining/home.html

I cant do this for a list of images as links

img, embed, object, video {

  max-width: 100%;
   
}

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by:Scott Fell, EE MVE
ID: 39170403
seems to work fine http://jsbin.com/itixel/1/

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<meta charset=utf-8 />
<title>JS Bin</title>
  <style>
    img{

  max-width: 100%;
   
}
  </style>
</head>
<body>
 
    <ul>
             <li>
             
                 <a href=""><img  src="http://www.nuvo.net/binary/76d4/beerbuzz600.jpeg"/></a>
                 <a href=""><img  src="../images/ic1.png" alt="head"/></a>
                 <a href=""><img  src="../images/ic1.png" alt="head"/></a>
                 <a href=""><img  src="../images/ic1.png" alt="head"/></a>
              
             </li>
          </ul>
</body>
</html>

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by:jagguy
ID: 39170869
excellent images !
here is the issue , if the images are small like 100X100 and they are all in a row, the dont resize like the larger images and they drop down to the next line.

This resizes image to 80% of the screen in a media query.
ul li img{
		width:80%; height:80%;
		} 

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by:jagguy
ID: 39171158
When I resize my webpage, the row of 4 images in the heading dont resize and they go on another line.
I just want the images to reduce in size as the browser reduces.

Here is what I am talking about

http://www.mymrt.net/ComputerTraining/comptest.html
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Scott Fell,  EE MVE earned 500 total points
ID: 39171557
Working Sample  http://jsbin.com/uqevuk/1/ or http://jsbin.com/uqevuk/1/edit

You will need to tweek the css but this gets you in the right direction.  

Updated css
 #headingIconList{
   /* ---   ignore ------
		text-align:left;
		position:relative; top:22%;left:15%;
   */
	   }
 #headingIconList  img{
         margin-left:1%;
         margin-right:1% ;
         width:20%;		

	   }

/* ---   ignore ------
#headingIconList ul li 
{
     display: block;

 }

#headingIconList ul li a
{
text-decoration: none;
padding-right:  10%;


}
*/

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Updated HTML
<div id="headingIconList">
         
                 <a href=""><img  src="http://www.mymrt.net/ComputerTraining/images/ic1.png" alt="head2"/></a>
                  <a href=""><img  src="http://www.mymrt.net/ComputerTraining/images/ic1.png" alt="head2"/></a> 
                  <a href=""><img  src="http://www.mymrt.net/ComputerTraining/images/ic1.png" alt="head2"/></a>
                 <a href=""><img  src="http://www.mymrt.net/ComputerTraining/images/ic1.png" alt="head2"/></a>
          
           
        	</div><!--headingIconList-->

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