OK, so I’m trying to make a little image gallery on my site and I’m linking to images that are on my domain (meaning, they’re not uploaded into my wordpress). In the HTML, I’m putting the image on the page, setting height and width attributes, and then linking that image to the actual, full-size one. (So, you’ll click on the thumbnail to see it full-size.) I don’t know why that was hard for me to explain, but I’m sure most will understand what I mean.
Anyway, here’s the problem: I’m setting the height and width attributes to 100px for all the images, but they’re not all following my set dimensions. They’re somehow maintaining proportionality, which would be good in most cases, but I want these thumbnails to be 100×100 regardless of whether or not that’s proportional.
Also, in the Media section of my Settings, there’s a box that can be checked or unchecked depending on whether or not you want images to follow set dimensions regardless of proportionality. It was already checked–I tried unchecking it just to see but it didn’t change anything.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! WordPress really bothers me sometimes because I feel like it thinks it’s smarter than me (if that makes any sense…). I know what I want out of the HTML I put in, but it thinks it knows what’s better for me, and usually it’s wrong. =P
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