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Old 05-19-2022, 02:33 PM   #16
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Is 80px large enough for a 300dpi 6" screen? I would think that's going to be rather small.
It is for what it is!
Tested on paper and eink at 300dpi with barcode scanner app on ancient Android phone. Small Line art images or QR code is typical use.
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Old 05-19-2022, 06:37 PM   #17
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Yes, I use css, not the HTML. The HTML img tag has the css class. Some examples:
Code:
.pic_half {
  padding-top: 3pt;
  height: auto;
  width: 50%
}

.pic_small {
  padding-left: 3pt;
  padding-right: 3pt;
  padding-top: 3pt;
  height: 80px;
  width: auto
}

.pic_wide {
  padding-top: 3pt;
  height: auto;
  width: 75%
}
Several pic_small can be on same line, hence L & R padding.
pic_half and pic_wide are intended for single images per paragraph.
I don't put text in the same paragraph.
Thanks @Quoth. I haven't tried controlling the sizing of the image via css as I thought that was what the width: & height: were for. I would use something like this...

PHP Code:
<class="centre"><img alt="Simon and Schuster logo" src="images/Simon___Schuster.png" width="65" height="100"/></p
and then adjust width+height to my sizing, ensuring the aspect ration is maintained.

I'll try your css for my next ebook. Do you still use the inline width/height? IIRC it is still required?

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