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Make large images show at FULL size?

  • Hi, all. 🙂
    Is there a way to embed an image that exceeds the bounds of your article? Say I have a really wide image, and I want the edges to go way out… Normally, my blog skin forces all images to get scrunched down to fit within the bounds (which is good), but, sometimes, I NEED for an image to show at full size. Notice here (password is “beta”)… the images are scrunched slightly, making small text blurry.

    I’m hoping that there’s some code I can put into HTML view that forces images to show at full size.

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  • Anyone?

    Anyone, anyone?

    Hey Dario…look im no wizz but id be resetting page to one column layout and simply increse sizes within html.

    BTW > all care taken no responsibility accepted.

    Can’t you just use WordPress’s Thickbox?

    Add the thickbox class to your image and it will open in fullsize when you click it.
    <img src=”” class=”thickbox” />

    Otherwise you have to use CSS.
    Set Z-Index to e.g. 999.

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