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Old 07-04-2011, 03:50 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by anamardoll View Post
Looks like maybe it was as simple as stripping out all those classes. (That'll teach me to use a converter, but I still am not quite at the DIY phase of epub creation.) Taking out the classes (which were apparently overriding all my "width="100%"" attempts) did the trick on the resizing:

Code:
<body dir="ltr">
  <img alt="DSC04389.JPG" width="100%" name="Picture 1" src="../Images/tmp0_html_52416fa5.jpg" />
</body>
I would still welcome tips on how to make sure the image is centered. Right now, it's at the top of the page instead of the center. Thanks!!
Just Don't count on it happening.

Each reader software does 'it's own thing'
Sigil/Calibre will center
ADE will not without lots of (code) gyrations.

Toss in a 'Conversion' to another format
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