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Sebdude May 31, 2012 09:28 AM

Image resize / scaling not working properly when resizing window with Atahualpa 3.7.7
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I've been runing a wordpress based site since 2009 using the atahualpa theme version 3.2 for some time now, and upgraded tot 3.7.7 to fix that i couldn't get home menu button in menu. That works flawlessy, thanks to his forum using a custom menu.

link to the site


Now i have an issue which I can't fix. When I change the size of the window of my site, the image overlaps instead of clipping, or resizing as it used to do under 3.2. I didn't upgrade the theme, but installed in a separate directory as new theme (as advised by Juggledad's post), and then customized it. This occurs within safari 5.1.7 on OS 10.6.8, on Lion and on my iPad..

Strange thing is, under 3.2 it just worked fine.. of course I could go back, but I'd rather keep my themes update to date along with wordpress.



juggledad May 31, 2012 03:47 PM

change the <img class from 'size-large' to 'size-full'

Sebdude Jun 1, 2012 09:13 AM

Thanx juggledad.

Fixed the problem.. Thank you very much!

Now what I want to do is limit the size of how large the images can get. I could limit the vertical widht that atahualpa theme can get, I could use this bit of code I found on the forums to max the image size, or I could limit the individual images..


.post img{
max-width:550px !important;
width:expression(this.width > 550 ? 550:true);

The thing is, I have other people using this site to publish articles on that are much less tech savy than me, so any suggestions what the best option would be?

juggledad Jun 1, 2012 02:56 PM

when you have multiple non-techie users, there is no best answer :o

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