On Saturday 20 January 2001 19:39, Malte Fucks wrote:

> To control the size of an image is a matter of your HTML... do something
> like
> <img src="yourimage" width="40px" height="40px">. Its even possible to
> insert height and width-values in percent...

This only sets the display size of the image *after* the whole image 
(whatever size it may be) is downloaded into the browser. 

The original post mentions limiting the size of the images that will be 
transferred. The way to do it would be to use either the 'builtin' php image 
manipulation functions, or to call some command-line program from within php. 
This would be probably be done at the time of the upload.

Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.com.hk

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