Last modified: 2006-11-13 22:36:49 UTC
Some cases need a function to put the heigh of a serie of pics.
this case need every pic with the same height.
I propose a convention such :
[[Image:男-bw.png|130px]] => 130px => width="130px"
[[Image:男-bw.png|px130]] => px130 => height="130px
this may be easely added to mediawiki.
You can request than an image be rendered to fit into, e.g. a 200x200 pixel
square using the following:
This way <b>doesn't work</b> for series of pics which need to show the same
height, but a variable width.
Some series need to put a definited height, but a free width. A new syntaxe such
[[Image:男-bw.png|px130]] => px130 => height="130px" ; width="free"
is what such case need.
The thumbnail should be scaled such that the requisite box size is used,
maintaining the aspect ratio. You can also use a gallery if you need to display
"px130" seems pretty counterintuitive to me. "130high" looks silly but at least
is understandable. Any other suggestions?
Simetrical, we already have syntax which does this.
Which is what? I guess you could say [[Image:男-bw.png|1000000x130px]],
actually, but that's kind of hackish.
With a serie of test (see link), I seen no syntaxe working fine. No syntaxe
fix/lock the height, and the width free.
* http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Template_talk:Radical - serie of test.
What is the syntaxe for which both [[Image:贵-bw.png|yoursyntaxe]] and [[Image:
十-bw.png|yoursyntaxe]] will show the same height ?
Just it's hackish and a cleaner syntax would be nice.
1000000x20px work fine ( http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Template_talk:Radical
see in the end). Many thanks Simetrical !
I also think that a more convenient syntax is need. I proposed
* [[Image:男-bw.png|130px]] => 130px => width="130px"
* [[Image:男-bw.png|px130]] => px130 => height="130px
because it's ...symetrical. px130, for the height, being the exact opposite of
130px, for the width.
That a proposition.