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Image Based Website
 
Hello all,
I have decided that I want to try and make a website entirely out of images,
using several images as the main body. it struck me, however, that suck a
website might get reuced in size due to the way the browser works. you know,
it'll reduce the size of the graphic so that it fits on the page. is that
only if one views an image in a browser, not an image in a webpage? if it
happens on both occasions, is there an asp.net/html way to get around the
reduction of the image size? i am in no position to check any of my
suspicions because i am at a library computer in western scotland, on
holiday, at the moment.

i hope i have expressed my need with sufficient clarity. if not, well,
perhaps i could give it another try at explaining. thanks in advance, ladies
and gentlemen!
--
Look Out!

Helter Skelter
Yellow Submarine
Pepperland

PS. Get Back!

Kevin Spencer 07-31-2007 05:56 PM

Re: Image Based Website
 
Images are rendered in a browser as pixel sizes only. This means that the
image is always the same size relative to the browser viewport. However, as
you've observed, browsers sometimes resize the images automatically to fit,
if they are too large. I'm afraid there's not much you can do about that,
other than to break large images up into smaller ones, and perhaps use
tables to piece them together.

--
HTH,

Kevin Spencer
Microsoft MVP

Printing Components, Email Components,
FTP Client Classes, Enhanced Data Controls, much more.
DSI PrintManager, Miradyne Component Libraries:
http://www.miradyne.net

"Helter Skelter" <HelterSkelter@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:96682347-B18D-4109-9814-4B4D2F082204@microsoft.com...
> Hello all,
> I have decided that I want to try and make a website entirely out of
> images,
> using several images as the main body. it struck me, however, that suck a
> website might get reuced in size due to the way the browser works. you
> know,
> it'll reduce the size of the graphic so that it fits on the page. is that
> only if one views an image in a browser, not an image in a webpage? if it
> happens on both occasions, is there an asp.net/html way to get around the
> reduction of the image size? i am in no position to check any of my
> suspicions because i am at a library computer in western scotland, on
> holiday, at the moment.
>
> i hope i have expressed my need with sufficient clarity. if not, well,
> perhaps i could give it another try at explaining. thanks in advance,
> ladies
> and gentlemen!
> --
> Look Out!
>
> Helter Skelter
> Yellow Submarine
> Pepperland
>
> PS. Get Back!




ThunderMusic 07-31-2007 08:25 PM

Re: Image Based Website
 
hi,

or set the size of your img tag and it will do fine (btw, you can also do it
using css) :

<img src="yourfile.jpg" width="1600" height="1200">

I hope it helps

ThunderMusic



"Kevin Spencer" <unclechutney@nothinks.com> wrote in message
news:e0u6fw50HHA.1188@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
> Images are rendered in a browser as pixel sizes only. This means that the
> image is always the same size relative to the browser viewport. However,
> as you've observed, browsers sometimes resize the images automatically to
> fit, if they are too large. I'm afraid there's not much you can do about
> that, other than to break large images up into smaller ones, and perhaps
> use tables to piece them together.
>
> --
> HTH,
>
> Kevin Spencer
> Microsoft MVP
>
> Printing Components, Email Components,
> FTP Client Classes, Enhanced Data Controls, much more.
> DSI PrintManager, Miradyne Component Libraries:
> http://www.miradyne.net
>
> "Helter Skelter" <HelterSkelter@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> message news:96682347-B18D-4109-9814-4B4D2F082204@microsoft.com...
>> Hello all,
>> I have decided that I want to try and make a website entirely out of
>> images,
>> using several images as the main body. it struck me, however, that suck a
>> website might get reuced in size due to the way the browser works. you
>> know,
>> it'll reduce the size of the graphic so that it fits on the page. is that
>> only if one views an image in a browser, not an image in a webpage? if it
>> happens on both occasions, is there an asp.net/html way to get around the
>> reduction of the image size? i am in no position to check any of my
>> suspicions because i am at a library computer in western scotland, on
>> holiday, at the moment.
>>
>> i hope i have expressed my need with sufficient clarity. if not, well,
>> perhaps i could give it another try at explaining. thanks in advance,
>> ladies
>> and gentlemen!
>> --
>> Look Out!
>>
>> Helter Skelter
>> Yellow Submarine
>> Pepperland
>>
>> PS. Get Back!

>
>





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