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Old 10-29-2018, 10:26 AM   #1
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I upload images from my phone to twitter, then use the image link system here. But they end up huge. Is there a simple code to make the images show up at like 20% of the size, in this forum?
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Old 10-29-2018, 03:24 PM   #2
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You can use an HTML tag to display the image and also resize it smaller by giving a percentage.

Example html tag using percent as size reduction. you can also give just a number instead that will shrink / enlarge to the pixel size you specify. But if you do that, you need to make sure you maintain the aspect ratio of the image.

You can leave out the "alt=" part as well. All it does is fill in text when you hover over the image. The real reason to use it is for screen readers for the sight impaired.

< img src = "http:// image-link-goes-here .jpg" alt="TYPE YOUR ALTERNATE TEXT HERE" height="20%" width="20%" >

Hover over the images of mikeP's finest moment to see the description of each:

img src 20%

img src 40%

img src 100%

img src 110%


445 pixels wide x 296 pixels high maintains proportions

250 pixels x 250 pixels distorts the image
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that's a lot to remember, is there an easier way? plus doing the same % in height and width doesn't seem to scale evenly in the preview.
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Old 10-29-2018, 09:23 PM   #4
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I still haven't found a non-EOL plugin for Dana to evaluate
Some image hosts have an option to reduce during upload but it can be a bit of a pain switching to and fro when you want different sized uploads.
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Old 10-31-2018, 07:03 PM   #5
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that's a lot to remember, is there an easier way? plus doing the same % in height and width doesn't seem to scale evenly in the preview.
There is. Use imgur.com to host your images.

You can then add the following to the end of the image address, but before the ".jpg"

s = Small Square (90×90)
b = Big Square (160×160)
t = Small Thumbnail (160×160)
m = Medium Thumbnail (320×320)
l = Large Thumbnail (640×640) as seen in the example above
h = Huge Thumbnail (1024×1024)

Note that it resizes the largest dimension and retains proportions if you use t, m, l, or h. S and b make it square.

For example, I'll use this image address
https://i.imgur.com/vHrjtQT.jpg

h


l


m


s


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cool, that works, all I have to do is make an imgr account, thanks man :-)
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