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Old Apr 19, 2010, 11:26 PM
2 posts · Feb 2009
How to make the images in post auto-resizing depending on different resolutions

Hi Flynn,

I was wondering what would the settings be (and where would I be changing) if I want to make the images in the post to be auto-resizing depending on different resolutions of the computer, and depending if it is viewed at full-screen vs. cascade.

I found if I don't view the blog in a certain resolution the image would not be able to show properly and would be cropped because the width for the center column is being resized but not the image.

I was looking at the other theme from Bytesforall "Montezuma" and it actually do have the auto-resizing ability for the images, and that's something I've been looking for for quite some time now.

If you have an answer that would be great.


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