Image and File06 May 2014 • Leave Comments
Add a file by markup.
Add a file by
Add an image by markup.
One way around this is to size images in relative units, rather than absolute pixel dimensions. The most common relative solution is to set the max-width of the image at 100%. Specifying only the
width of images may cause a doubling or tripling of the cycles that many browsers must process to layout the new, resized page. While each of these cycles typically take less than a millisecond, they stack up, especially if there are multiple scalable elements on the page. Addressing
height in the same declaration can reduce this issue.
A better, albeit more complex approach to fluid images is to measure the width of the image as a percentage of the overall width of the page. For example, let’s say you had an image that had a natural size of 500px × 300px in a 1200px wide document. Below 1200px, the document will be fluid. The calculation of how much width the image takes up as a percentage of the document is easy: (500 / 1200 ) × 100 = 41.66%.
We can plug this number in as the width for the image; typically, this would be done inline, as each image will often be a different dimension. For this method, put the image before the text.
Place text over image, this is combination of
background url and
height of the image should be included. The
border-radius is set to
10px which overwrites the default in
Place text over image, position not accurate.
Place text over image, by table, position not accurate. No
border-radius attribute here. So border angle is sharpe.
|some text ...|
Place text over image.
border-radius is acctually attribute of
overflow is already specified in
lanyon.css files. Here is just a complete example to show the method.
rgb(255,255,255) is called fallback color for compatibility issue in that some browsers does not support
rgba. Similarly, this also applies to
Place text over image with
CSS file support with css support. The
znhoo.css style file is already added to
(text to appear at the top right of the image)
Use the last two methods! They are very good and complete.
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