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It uses a very liquid layout so I imagine the issue is cropping up with many of their users. The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer lexxspin Offline Monday, September 16 2013, 11:15 AM - #permalink Hello Ryan, same problem here: http://kerker.de/kerker13/index.php/eigenheime Look at the second photo in the If bootstrap were to implement your suggestion, it would nullify the use case of the max-width code: to prevent an image from exceeding the width of its container. Please check your inbox to confirm your subscription.

Thanks for the tip! The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer tjschuett Offline Monday, September 23 2013, 06:27 PM - #permalink I have the same problem only different. We have a pretty good* newsletter. I have IE8 running as a VM and see no such problems. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6102465/ie-image-resizing-not-working-as-imagined-ms-interpolation-mode-bicubic

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Contact About Archives Advertise Guest Posting License Shop Subscribe RSS Skip to main content Select language Skip to search mozilla Mozilla Developer Network Sign in Web Technologies Technologies HTML CSS JavaScript Josh N. How do I deal with my current employer not respecting my decision to leave? The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer cdtoawebguy Offline Monday, November 24 2014, 10:27 PM - #permalink I have this issue using Chrome.

Let me know your thoughts on Twitter – I’m @tomcbennet. Thanx, anyway. On the right, we’ve applied our preferred scaling method: See the Pen wBNxvQ by Tom Bennet (@tombennet) on CodePen. Internet Explorer Image Resize Pixelated muckluck Permalink to comment# May 12, 2009 It does nothing in my IE6 :( This comment thread is closed.

Summary The image-rendering CSS property provides a hint to the browser about the algorithm it should use to scale images. Css Interpolation-mode Cheers! Permalink to comment# March 18, 2009 You can't always do that. I downloaded Chrome on that PC and it looked great, so it's an IE issue.

Browser compatibility Desktop Mobile Feature Chrome Firefox (Gecko) Internet Explorer Opera Safari (WebKit) Basic support (auto) (Yes) 3.6 (1.9.2) No support[1] 11.60 (Yes) crisp-edges No support 3.6 (1.9.2)-moz No support 11.60-o (Yes) [2] pixelated Ie Image Scaling Fix You’re on our community support forums.Register or log in: Username Password Need help? Thanks css share|improve this question asked May 23 '11 at 20:12 domscripter 1716 1 * Does IE generally not work as intended with PNGs? - Generally, yes. By applying -ms-interpolation-mode: nearest-neighbor to the image, our pixel art will remain pleasingly blocky.

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There is a link in your dashboard near the top at appearance > themes. The blog I need help with is skd-advocaten.nl. Ms-interpolation-mode Ie11 thesacredpath Happiness Engineer Sep 2, 2011, 9:52 AM That has always been an issue with IE and is why, even when I was having to use Windows, I would always use Ms-interpolation-mode Ie 11 http://www.joomlacontenteditor.net is not affiliated with or endorsed by the Joomla!

The content you requested has been removed. I figured. –domscripter May 23 '11 at 20:57 Is there a reason why you're scaling as opposed to creating two separate graphics? Gets the interpolation (resampling) method used to stretch images. Now my space invaders theme will finally be on point! Internet Explorer Image Scaling Quality

img {height:auto; width:auto\9; // IE8 Fix} will you put it in the core? It has no effect on non-scaled images. If you HAVE to do it this way, make use of an image manipulation library like GD or ImageMagick. The msInterpolationMode property applies to stretched images only.

Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 6,576 Star 103,441 Fork 46,739 twbs/bootstrap Code Issues 299 Pull requests 101 Projects Ie11 Image Scaling sindilevich commented Nov 1, 2012 @traviswatsonws -- I have created an HTML/CSS snippet on JsFiddle to demonstrate the issue: http://jsfiddle.net/sindilevich/LyzrC . You might also like...

Permalink to comment# March 18, 2009 It helps when you need several sized thumbnails of an image and, because of the CMS you are using, you don't want to create and

If the zoom level of the page is 100%, the default interpolation is nearest-neighbor, otherwise bicubic mode is used. All rights reserved. Have a look at http://www.ccvs.be/index.php/nl/test-picture-size with Internet Explorer 9. Internet Explorer Image Rendering Your use of position: absolute in this case is an edge scenario, and AFAIK there would be no way to work around this in a generic way since parent containers don't

Comments are closed. Tim Wright Permalink to comment# March 17, 2009 There's a lot of gray area when doing client work through a cms, especially with the client who just doesn't "get it" or The appropriate combination of properties and prefixes are provided below, including some non-standard legacy values supported in older browsers. If you create a style-sheet file with this rule in it, and set IE to load this file as a default-style sheet, you can enable bicubic scaling for all images in

Safari now supports the same value, but with the -webkit prefix, on both desktop and mobile. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1771176/ie8-non-compatibility-mode-image-with-max-width-and-heightauto Hadn't seen this issue before today—will update the core if it comes up again. lauterry commented May 7, 2012 Hello I encountered this issue too. Related 623CSS 100% height with padding/margin447Resize image proportionally with CSS?4IE6 image scaling with bicubic filter679How do I auto-resize an image to fit a div container2What's the performance impact of using bicubic

HTML CSS JavaScript Appendix Developer Network Developer Network Developer Sign in MSDN subscriptions Get tools Downloads Visual Studio MSDN subscription access SDKs Trial software Free downloads Office resources SharePoint Server 2013 Hope there will be fix in Bootstrap itself. b00m Permalink to comment# March 18, 2009 I've never heard “-ms-interpolation-mode” and I rarely scale images. Thanks Chris. (And the article by schill on Code.Flickr) Eric Wendelin Permalink to comment# March 17, 2009 Never heard of this.

Tags 80486 colour scheme content css emulation firefox forms html i486 ia-32 ie ie6 ie7 intel mozilla msdn scale images virtualization virtual machine x86 Archives November 2011 July 2011 June 2011 I've left a message in the Premium Themes Support Forum, will see what happens. I can't imagine why anyone would ever want the current behavior. Take Mario, for instance: This is a 24×32 pixel image, scaled up using Photoshop to preserve its crisp, blocky composition.

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OK log in / join WordPress Theme & Editor Syntax Highlighter Forum Blog log in / join WordPress Theme & Editor Syntax Highlighter Forum Blog You are here: Reference > CSS Microsoft's hidden -ms-interpolation-mode CSS property This little gem kicks IE7′s rendering engine into touch: "-ms-interpolation-mode: bicubic;" Possible values for those interested (from MSDN) :