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Old 02-02-2013, 04:03 PM   #30
dgatwood
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Originally Posted by Turtle91 View Post
According to the article you linked there is a second part to the solution. The first part is to wrap the image in a scaled <div> as you have done. The second part is to add a 'width="100%" ' to the <img>. I didn't see that in your code ...

Hey, I wonder, if everyone STOPPED accommodating the buggies in iBooks with all these workarounds, do you think Apple would get off their A$$le and FIX it?? Sort of like a union strike?? "ePubbers United"!!!
There may have been a lot of bugs in the past, but I haven't experienced very many actual bugs in current versions of iBooks. Out of the huge list of CSS quirks that I've been putting together on the EPUB page on the MobileRead wiki, only two or three of them are quirks in iBooks. The other 19 bugs are are in one version of ADE or another.
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