This is how I first tried:  $('#thumbnail').imgAreaSelect({      x1: 5,     y1: 5,     x2: $('#thumbnail').width(),     y2: $('#thumbnail').width()*0.66,     aspectRatio: '1:0.66' });   But some of the cropped image st...
This might not be a simple question, but I try my best.  I have this example site: http://lotvonen.tumblr.com/ I have a little piece of javascript that automatically calculates the height of the inner browser window and sets that number as image wrap...
For my current project, I need to optimize a page layout in landscape mode for mobile devices. Can you help me to understand the different ways that the browser window size is measured?  I am working with an Android smartphone with hardware pixel dim...
I want to show list thumbnail box as data grid. each thumbnail image has to be placed in frame with specific width and height (for consistency) as follow:    <div class='frame'>    <img src='img1.jpg' /> </div> <d...
I can't believe I can't find the formula for this. I am using a PHP script called SLIR to resize images. The script asks to specify an aspect ratio for cropping. I'd like to get the aspect ratio based on the width and height of the image...
I want to create a div that maintains aspect ratio with height and width changes of the parent.    In the above gif, you can see that I was able to maintain the box div's aspect ratio when changing width but I'm unable to maintain it when cha...
My problem is that after selecting an initial image file and trying to select another, the aspect ratio does not change in relation to selected image but keeps the aspect ratio of the image selected first.   I want the aspect ratio to dynamically cha...
I'm working on full-screen background slideshow.  My question is: How can I set an image to take up the full screen and maintain aspect ratio?   Min-height and min-width work, but do not keep the aspect ratio when both are set. I want the image c...

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