Re: Problem displaying a jpg file
- From: dorayme <doraymeRidThis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 01 Mar 2009 07:43:41 +1100
In article <304ee$49a973c1$cef88ba3$21175@xxxxxxxxxxxx>,
"Chris F.A. Johnson" <cfajohnson@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 2009-02-28, dan shelby wrote:
I have been doing this for years but all of a sudden my web page displays
about 95% of a jpg file instead of the full 8.5 by 11 inch sheet. To
further befuddle me, I uploaded the same exact file(s) to a different web
page that I maintain and the entire page shows up there. I would
appreciate any ideas.
Here is the problem link. Notice that the last line at the bottom right
under the "other dance listings" area is Moostash Joe. Also notice that my
name and address are not listed at the bottom. Here is the link:
Here is the same exact picture which was placed in yet another web page
and which shows up perfectly. Notice the entries following Moostash Joe
also my name at the bottom.
The JPEG files are not the same; one is corrupted.
Let me say things about the second uncorrupted one then!
There are many who would be irritated by the small fixed print, hard to
read online in browsers that do not have capable zoom features like
Opera. Because OP has restricted a huge 500MB file to about 670px across
in the HTML (from the native 1400*2358).
Such a big file is not really necessary, it could be prepared to be
nearly half that size in pixels and less than half in file size as a jpg
and still function reasonably well (for a pic of a table).
It could be exported to PDF (either from the original 500MB whopper or
from a prepared approx. 200K jpg) and it would then have the one big
advantage of being able to be enlarged for all those browsers capable of
displaying PDF, and certainly enlargeable in stand alone PDF readers.
Very simple to do with export functions in like Photoshop.
There is another possibility. Use the whopper native image and size the
thing in the html in percentage or em terms. Here is an exercise for
someone in respect to browser support.
But perhaps best of all is to attend to the HTML and present a small
version (a native small version prepared from the whopper) of under 100k
and have it link to bigger for those who are interested to see it
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