Last modified: 2010-05-15 15:38:13 UTC
An image without a frame or thumbnail, i.e.
does not have the width and height parameters set in the <img> tag. It is
important to always set these parameters so that browsers know how to render the
page before downloading all the images.
Almost fixed. WIDTH="##" is now shown. HEIGHT="" is currently
undefined. Opening a new bug for the new issue.
Used another method instead. Now properly grab height from
the generated thumbnail object.
I'm reopening this bug. On [[Jordan, Guimaras]], for example, the
image tag has
which makes the image not show up at all (at least in IE6).
that is bug 2560, not this one
Alright, bug 2560 is now listed as resolved. The height and width
parameters have been entirely removed. Which means this bug is
still open. One still needs the height and width parameters set to
the actual size of the image.
I'm setting this as FIXED again. The width and height parameters are now set. They aren't
set /right/ (see bug 2616) but that's a separate issue.
As of right now on the English Wikipedia, the width parameter to <img> is set,
but not the height parameter. Reopening this bug.
Someone made a temporary hack removing the height parameter instead of fixing it. :)
Should be working now.