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In other words remove either float:left or max-width:100% and you will get the "desired" result share|improve this answer answered Feb 28 '12 at 18:21 Pavel Podlipensky 6,00432641 add a comment| up If you want to keep your master CSS file clean, put the proprietary CSS in a IE-only stylesheet. Having checked the coding with firebug and looked at the CSS, etc., I can't spot the problem. Thanks for this tip!

Internet Explorer Image Scaling Quality

Not sure what to do... Is it really possible to "boost" 6 V DC to above 50 kV? I see many people fixed this problem but haven't found "the answer" anywhere. Incredibly handy.

CSS Errors: http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/valid... But in Internet Explorer, it is squishing the... If you create a style-sheet file with this rule in it, and set IE to load this file as a default-style sheet, you can enable bicubic scaling for all images in Ms-interpolation-mode Or make a "dirty stylesheet" where all the proprietary styling goes.

My business partner has trouble resizing images for her blog post so she just lets Word Press do it. says in his comment, if it's the same image with just a slight difference in size it makes sense to do it, saving space and bandwidth. It's useful when you're trying to not break the design. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f56/internet-explorer-squishes-images-397373.html Or even 400 kV?

Enfold is NOT complete out the box and every site running Enfold is broken on any version of IE… I have read through many posts in this forum and have tried Ms-interpolation-mode Not Working Jon Permalink to comment# April 10, 2009 JohnB hit the nail on the head… I'm currently creating a javascript gallery that, when viewed on machines without JS enabled, will resize my this Hack just work with .jpg and .gif (without transparecy). thnx!

Internet Explorer Image Resize Pixelated

Then you can go back and fix the problem without any shocking "my web site is broken!" client freak-outs Josh N. A clue is needed to solve a rebus puzzle Can I break a random number into two smaller vectors and consider them as two random numbers? Internet Explorer Image Scaling Quality I know this is a well covered topic, but nothing is fixing it. (view in Internet Explorer) http://andrewhainen.com/blog/abstract-beziers Having to worry about image width and height is a pain, and having Internet Explorer Image Rendering Which is best Android Application Development Training institute in Ludhiana?

It is built on WordPress, hosted by Media Temple, and the assets are served by MaxCDN. click site Hutek.info Permalink to comment# April 12, 2009 great tips, so useful for me Daniel Gasienica Permalink to comment# April 20, 2009 Neat tip! But a good, quick fix when used sparingly. show more I know this is a well covered topic, but nothing is fixing it. (view in Internet Explorer) http://andrewhainen.com/blog/abstract-beziers Having to worry about image width and height is a pain, Ie11 Image Rendering

Their exceptional service and support keep this site fast. Thanks CC and Devthought :) YoU Permalink to comment# March 17, 2009 the "-ms-interpolation-mode" seems to be IE 7 only, you will need a AlphaImageLoader Filter for IE 6. Cool little tip. news We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below.

I am using IE10. Internet Explorer 11 Pixelated Images Chris Permalink to comment# March 18, 2009 Great tip! José Mota Permalink to comment# March 19, 2009 That's the best tip I could ever have since some time, since a lot of portuguese still use IE out of ignorance.

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Not sure what to do... Poll Internet Exlorer or Firefox? if that's the case, you simply need to define fields of your css (or separate IE only css files) that tell the user that his or her browser is not supported Img { -ms-interpolation-mode: Bicubic; } Front-End Jobs EF Education First is hiring a UI Web Developer Overpass is hiring a Senior Javascript Developer Lullabot is hiring a Front-end Developer with React/Redux Experience See More Jobs

Great find, Chris! Don't have a Windows 8 to check it out in the latest IE. What I dont understand is that is does that to some resized images and not to others. More about the author I've been searching ways to fix it but no success.

It's not new, it's just an important little trick to know. Your cache administrator is webmaster. Can you fix my CSS image-bulleted list? Internet Explorer squishes images This is a discussion on Internet Explorer squishes images within the Internet Explorer & Edge Forum forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category.

It Thread Tools Search this Thread 07-22-2009, 03:18 AM #1 gilcpd Registered Member Join Date: Jul 2009 Posts: 1 OS: Windows 2003 Hey guys.. it gives a performance hit, and its they will always turn up fucked, NO HACKS NEEDED WHOOHOOO Farid Hadi Permalink to comment# March 19, 2009 I never believed in resizing images Johnb Permalink to comment# March 17, 2009 Thanks. Cheers!

While I agree that images should only be scaled in a browser as a last resort, anyone who uses Imageflow or Galleria should definitely include this little gem. It doesn't seem to matter what size I make the image for the logo, it always renders like this. So I resorted to a CSS hack to target IE8 only: img { height: auto; width: auto\0/; max-width: 100%; } Now before everyone freaks out, I chose a CSS hack because You can only upload photos smaller than 5 MB.

Even though it is somewhat piggy-backing on Flash it perfectly degrades in situations where Flash is not available. Cheers. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Expand» Details Details Existing questions More Tell us some more Upload in Progress Upload failed.

Use coupon code CSSTRICKS to save 20% for the firstyear. Permalink to comment# March 18, 2009 You can't always do that. Is there any legitimate reason why you wouldn't want an image to scale smoothly? I can't imagine why anyone would ever want the current behavior.

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