Image resizing

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Re: Image resizing

Postby Panda-chan » January 6th, 2017, 12:44 am

^ It's a problem with the forum code because images should be automatically resizing to fit the browser window. Moka would need to take a look at it because I do remember it working in the past...
If you want to resize your images manually I'd suggest tinypic :P
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Re: Image resizing

Postby Lionkingview » January 6th, 2017, 1:23 am

Amanda wrote:^
If you want to resize your images manually I'd suggest tinypic :P

:roll: Yeah i know how to rezise an Image by itself ,however i thought that this little Piece of CSS Code could spare me the nuisance rezising it myself because as you already pointed out,
Amanda wrote:^ images should be automatically resizing to fit the browser window. :P
But thanks anyway :lol:
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Re: Image resizing

Postby Moka » January 6th, 2017, 1:37 am

Where is it breaking?
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