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Power CMS does not change image size

Thread began 4/02/2014 7:25 pm by Paul | Last modified 4/04/2014 6:22 pm by Jason Byrnes | 659 views | 13 replies |

Paul

Power CMS does not change image size

I've tried it in the latest builds of Firefox, IE and Chrome and I can't get any imported images to resize. I've tried dragging the corners of the images and manually changing the dimensions in the Image Properties. Doesn't matter if I try it in the CMS Interface, or on the web page itself. All other edits work fine.

Appreciate the assistance.

Paul
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setting a different size for the dimensions does not resize the image file.

CMS does not have the capability resize the image file, only change the size that the browser will use to display it.

after changing the image settings for a test, i changed them back.

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Paul

Ok...I just changed it in the UI (because it won't allow me to change it in the actual web page) and saved it, but it didn't change the visual size of it on the website.

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thats because of conflicting CSS over writing the change.

in this file:
http://www.cathysegalgarcia.com/p7affinity/p7affinity-1_02.css

img {
height: auto !important;
width: auto !important;
max-width: 100%;
vertical-align: bottom;
}

is over riding the size changes to the image.

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