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#1 01-28-2020 16:35:39

dskowron
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Registered: 11-26-2008
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Images showing up HUGE

Could someone please explain to me why the image for this product is being displayed so big? https://www.redbeartrading.com/ccp8/ind … =PICKTONIC

The actual image is much smaller. And hover your mouse over it. It's totally messed up and we can't figure out why - especially when the image for our T-Shirts is so small, but in reality is larger! There's no rhyme or reason to it!

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#2 01-29-2020 00:52:59

Iceit88
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From: Erie, PA
Registered: 11-19-2003
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Re: Images showing up HUGE

Your code is telling all product images to display at 198px.  This image is smaller so it is enlarging to fill this size requirement.
<img src="media/ecom/prodlg/tonic.png" alt="Red Bear Pick Tonic" style="display: block;" width="198">

Use an image 198px or larger and you should be fine.


Bryan

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#3 01-29-2020 09:01:13

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From: York, PA
Registered: 04-20-2001
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Re: Images showing up HUGE

This was a V8 inquiry.  There's a setting in V8 under Store / Component / Settings / Product Detail Pages which allows you to adjust the size of the large product images.  The setting is named 'Image Width: Large Product Images'.


Nick Hendler

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#4 01-29-2020 09:57:09

dskowron
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Re: Images showing up HUGE

Yeah I know - sorry. But that setting sets the size for all images. It's not really that useful. I'll stop asking questions about v8

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#5 01-30-2020 10:50:46

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Re: Images showing up HUGE

I just noted that it was V8 so our K9 users wouldn't get confused if reading the post.  In K9 everything is auto-sized according to space available.


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