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Keep HTML Editor from auto inserting image width/height?

Thread began 6/24/2012 8:53 pm by Josh Dunaway | Last modified 6/25/2012 11:27 am by Jason Byrnes | 950 views | 1 replies |

Josh Dunaway

Keep HTML Editor from auto inserting image width/height?

Is there any way to prevent the HTML Editor from inputing an image's specific dimensions when inserting the image into a post? When working with a responsive site, I want to depend on max-width: 100%; versus a specific width/height. Is this a feature that you can disable?

Thanks in advance!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No, this cannot be disabled.

You will need to manually clear the width and height attribute when selecting an image.

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Miguel

would this be implemented in the future right now with all the responsive web sites been made its a must, would like to add that in the wishlist.

right now when i delete the width and height i have to re-edit them so it can take it out something users are not use to do

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This is a CKEditor Limitation, not something that we have control over.

I dont know if this is something they will change in version 4 of CKEditor or not.

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