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[Resolved] Adjusting size of images

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  • Plugin Author Michael Cannon
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    @comprock

    tenpachaos
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    @tenpachaos

    Hello Michael – thank you. I will try and work with that. The coding part is a bit of a challenge for me as i am still learning – but I will work with it.

    Is there a way to change the shape of the image? Square at the moment. I assume this is also another code issue but thought i would ask. Thanks – Carlyle

    Plugin Author Michael Cannon
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    @comprock

    Changing image shape? Er… Google comes to mind.

    tenpachaos
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    @tenpachaos

    Well making it round as opposed to square. I assume it is code that chooses the image to be displayed as a square and so it could be displayed as another shape. In the testimonial widgit it is drawing from the template for the size (thank you for the code fix on that by the way. I got it to work) – so I imagine that you could have code that defined the shape of the image that is displayed.

    I am unsure what you mean by Google, but maybe my above description will help more.

    Thanks for the widget by the way. Really helpful and easy to use. – Carlyle

    Plugin Author Michael Cannon
    Member

    @comprock

    Google, as in search Google.

    Regarding being square, that’s because the height and width are the same dimensions. You can differ them for a rectangle. However, round, well, really search Google for CSS image tricks.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=css+rounded+image+edges

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