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unless you propose a scaled image for every single possible resolution, in which case you're going to increase your load-time. –Nathan Crause Dec 18 '14 at 23:41 | show 1 more please see this link http://oilivia.nl/winkel/ December 2, 2014 at 7:02 am #156489 ZeshanMember Hi Aida, If you show the original size of the images on the shop page, it will look It's super annoying. Home Categories FAQ/Guidelines Terms of Service Privacy Policy Powered by Discourse, best viewed with JavaScript enabled Help Center Documentation Videos Forum Wishlist More API Docs Glossary current community chat Stack Overflow

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5 shouts to "Fix HTML resized images in Internet Explorer" Davor 001--2010.07.06.08:50 thx, this is useful ;) Wait till I come! » TTMMHTM: Accessibility personas, prettier images, Bieber Preferably with a screenshot of what it looks like on your device.

Reason for the Amiga clock speed Difference between bit rate and baud rate and its origins? How can I assist other graduate students who may feel increasingly "unwelcome" due to their countries of origin? I can't provide those screenshot of profile pics of friends.. Ms-interpolation-mode I have data sense disabled and send URLs to data sense is also unchecked..

Bookmarks for February 2015 Bookmarks for January 2015 Top of the screen Maratzcover page Archivebrowse + search Speakingabout design ResourcesBooks + Links Aboutmaratz & co ContactMarko Dugonjić Design inspiration: maratz.com classic Internet Explorer Image Resize Pixelated Wikiand Demo Edited by ItSurfer Saturday, January 23, 2016 1:42 PM Saturday, January 23, 2016 1:40 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Not only is the image rendering Comparing to Firefox i could say in french that IE rendering is "Degueulasse". Back to top Back to Web Browsing/Email and Other Internet Applications 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com →

Marko Dugonjić 005--2010.07.08.12:17 @Nick: Practical usage would be manipulation with JavaScript, for instance thumbnail cropping or resampling. Ie11 Image Rendering Best regards, Vinay April 21, 2016 at 11:44 am #619067 omardualtimeParticipant Hi ! mmmmmm :D Reply ↓ Wal Permalink to comment# August 22, 2011 I do not recommend the use of Internet Explorer because it is very stupid I would recommend the use of Omar April 24, 2016 at 1:35 am #620717 IsmaelModerator Hey!

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However I can't figure out how to tell prettyPhoto to use a fixed size for the image regardless of the window size (I tried allow_resize: false but that didn't work).Has anyone Microsoft, please fix this. Ie Image Scaling Quality can you help me solve this? Webkit Image Rendering Thanks!

Here is another newer example. WebImageExtension is defined below: using System.IO; using System.Web.Helpers; using System.Drawing; using System.Drawing.Imaging; using System.Drawing.Drawing2D; using System.Collections.Generic; public static class WebImageExtension { private static readonly IDictionary TransparencyFormats = new Dictionary(StringComparer.OrdinalIgnoreCase) One Windows Microsoft is building a new Windows 10 Shell for PC, Mobile and Xbox Get ready for beta! You can see the pic is blurry.. Internet Explorer Image Rendering

So when I add an image 700×700 pixels in my page via avia layout builder, I want it to be perfect in other sizes on Internet Explorer and Firefox. It's a BROWSER issue with IE. A resize to ~99% or 73% (e.g. 300px to 276px) yields a smoother image: bilinear or bicubic etc. This is the method used by Chrome.

I if I need to remove and re-install IE how do I do that? Chrome Image-rendering I have seen some custom CSS recommendations to set bicubic interpolation but that is only for IE8 or earlier. Every other browser gets it right.

We checked the site on Firefox and Chrome and the resized dimension of the "ROYAL OAK 15300ST" image is the same on both browsers, 412x512px.

He runs a nanoscale user interface studio CreativeNights and organizes FFWD.PRO, a micro-conference and workshops for web professionals. In response I've been using images that are just retina-ish: maybe 25% bigger than would be used on a traditional 1:1 pixel mapping screen, so that IE only resizes a bit FWIW I was only able to see the difference by using the Developer Tools, Emulation tab. Ms-interpolation-mode Not Working I only have Surface 2 RT for at least the next 6 weeks. Robert Aldwinckle --- Tuesday, March 11, 2014 7:19 PM Reply | Quote Answerer 3 Sign in

any ideas? more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed I have removed all resizing css from the images and I'm using smaller images now. Copyright © Marko Dugonjić & Co. 2004–2017.

They aren't using low-resolution original images. Preferably with a screenshot of what it looks like on your device. ease 11.12 out of 120 (higher is better)Characters215Syllables57Words29Sentences1 HTML resized images in Internet Explorer look like crap, unless you add the following line in IE-speciffic CSS:

img { -ms-interpolation-mode: bicubic; }

Ok here they are : http://imgur.com/a/dBcR2 The first one is from Chrome, the second one from Firefox (the background of the watch is not sharp) Thank you !

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share|improve this answer edited Feb 19 '13 at 8:25 answered Feb 19 '13 at 8:18 JimmyDee 112 this doesnt answer the original question as the question was to do share|improve this answer answered Jun 22 '16 at 16:42 David Hoffman 111 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Seems Chrome downscaling is best but the real question is why Not even on MS's own website. Reason: additionnal comments April 28, 2016 at 9:00 am #623541 IsmaelModerator Hey!

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