[wp-hackers] imgsize in upload.php
dion at almaer.com
Thu Feb 9 23:52:18 GMT 2006
I always want to tell the browser the space it needs to allocate for all
elements. This is a nice thing to do for the poor old browser, as then he
doesn't have to keep rerendering and guessing (and as Andy says, if the
image doesn't download correctly... Who knows).
This is just the default. You obviously can change the height/width/anything
else that you want. I just prefer this as a default.
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> [mailto:wp-hackers-bounces at lists.automattic.com] On Behalf Of
> Andy Skelton
> Sent: Thursday, February 09, 2006 2:33 PM
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> Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] imgsize in upload.php
> On 2/9/06, Abhay Kumar <lists at abhaykumar.net> wrote:
> > Also, I could understand why one would want to define the image's
> > dimensions (or maybe the width dimension/relative size) for
> the image
> > to appear correctly within a post, but the full height and width? I
> > don't see the purpose. Perhaps I'm being shortsighted.
> If the image fails to load, its absence will cause the
> surrounding text etc. to flow differently. Sometimes that's
> bad. The effect can be avoided by specifying the height and
> width attributes.
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