That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I bump into an decent answer. You should email the people at iContact as they probably could give you an answer..
Thanks, however, I was referring to the zoom option on the larger image. So I cannot be accused of stealing bandwidth,.
Is a copy of the image with the zoom button on it. How do I get that to work?..
The IE setting is in:.
Tools > internet options > advanced > multimedia > enable automatice image resizing.
There is an html attribute you can use in the IMG tag to disable the image resizer in IE:.
But I don't think it works in reverse, but you can try it. If a person disables autoresize in the broswer, adding galleryimg="yes" will not override the setting..
Plus it has no affect when you link directly to an image file like in your example, the image must be displayed on an HTML encoded page so you can insert the proper HTML code into the page to control the autoresize option. Makes sense?.
See this page for more info:.
Thanks for your help. I've tried several methods to get the zoom to work. You're right. It must be an IE 6 thing. I'm using Dreamweaver MX to produce the Web site, so maybe that's the problem..
I tried copying code from a iContact site that has a working zoom and still can't get it to work on my site..
<a href="images/Image1.jpg" target="_blank">.
<img border="2" src="images/Image1_small.jpg".
Xthumbnail-orig-image="images/Image1.jpg" width="100" height="75"></a>.
I was hoping it was a behavior I could set. Oh well, maybe when WinXP SP2 is finallized, it will work...
If your image is smaller than the viewable screen to start with, then it will never appear. The image must be larger than the window that you have open to automatically squish itself to fit. As Kevin said, it is just a web browser feature. It allows large images to fully fit on small windows...
Mozilla and IE have this feature, not sure about Opera..
You can also look into.
Which gives you the option to zoom on any image. but I think that a little bit of money. been a year or 2 since I played with it. also not supported by many browsers..
Hi there gilly,.
Here is a simple zoomy script thingy with a dodgy dog..
I figured out what I was doing wrong: I was putting the bigger image on a separate HTML Web page, instead of linking directly to the image file. After correcting the link, the zoom works if the image is viewed in a window smaller than the image size..
Thanks for all your help, everyone...