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Author Topic: Dimension of images in sub-menu's articles  (Read 249 times)
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« on: January 13, 2016, 01:54:35 PM »


In my previous vertex template, I was able to set img sizes as I desired,
as long as I unmarked the check-box in front of 'Proportional field'.
I was also able to force the height (ex. if the real proportioned H. was 380px to 340).
It's not possible in this template.
When I check the HTML, it reads those sizes that I chosen.
However, when I measure the pic on screen, the height is taller;
also the system force the real proportioned height to be shown on screen.
Is there any solution? 
Thank you.
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« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2016, 07:06:39 PM »


I am not sure what you are asking, there is no code in the template that controls the output of images. Whatever dimensions are set on the images is how they will show in the article, with the exception that if the image is larger than the article arrow it will contain image so it doesn't overflow.

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« Reply #2 on: January 14, 2016, 12:24:44 AM »


I am aware that the templates don't control the output of images.
I  suspected that new version of Vertex related to this template might  somehow control the output of images.
The analogy is like the setting for headers (h1, h2, h4....)  which when is set to Capital, all the headings appears this way.
If you are saying that Vertex has no control over images, so the downfall is due to my installed plugin.
I always use JCE editor. So I did for this template as well, its latest version.
In the previous version, you could manipulate the dimension of images regardless of their original width/height.,
of course as long as there was enough space on screen area to show them.
The new V. doesn't allow that. It checks your chosen width and then give you a height proportionately based on the original dimension of the image.
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