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Old 08-15-2012, 02:12 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by eggheadbooks1 View Post
What I want is to contain the 100% height or width to the maximum of the image's native pixel dimensions so that small screens will not cut off the images and larger screens will not uprez them.
1. You may try the max-width - attribute
2. You may follow JSWolf's advice, it's actually a good idea and i'll go to try out for myself. You can add "white -space" at the top and bottom of your picture to change the orientation from landscape to portrait, so the max-height 100% should always work...

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