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What is Fit to box???

Thread began 9/01/2009 12:59 pm by meister281653 | Last modified 6/08/2012 10:40 am by Jason Byrnes | 1376 views | 3 replies |

meister281653

What is Fit to box???

Hi,

what is Fit to box? Written is:

Fit to box - will resize the image to fit within a specified height and width.

So this seems not to work, cause it just do the same as fit to width or height.

I thought it would be something like crop, but it isnt.

I got an image 600x400 and set the fit to box to 100x100. it doesnt make a image 100x100, why not?

Denis

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Fit to width constrains the height and width to the setting you specify for the width.

Fit to height is the same except you specify the height.


Fit to box will allow you to specify unique dimensions for the height and width.


If you select fit to width or fit to height and enter 100 pixels, both the width and height will be set to 100 pixels.

using fit to box, you can specify that the width should be 100 pixels and the height should be 150 pixels.

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Web Designer Troy

The feature doesn't work to expectations. Again, we expect the image to be "cropped" or "stretched." It's ineffective especially when working with responsive designs.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

if you want the ability to crop the images, you should not be using the resize options of the Upload behavior, you should be using Image Resizer for this.

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