Date: Wed, 03 Jul 96 15:59:25 BST From: email@example.com (Simon Middleton) To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: www-html-d Digest V96 #210 (Wed Jul 3 10:00:00 1996) Message-Id: <31DA98DD@smiddleton> In-Reply-To: <199607031404.KAA18779@www19.w3.org> > James Aylett writes: > > > My initial reaction was > > "How do I scale down the page?", but after a while I decided that what I > > really wanted to do was scale the images with respect to the page width - > > ie, in a similar way to using <TD WIDTH=50%> I'd have <IMG ... WIDTH=50%> > > for each. > > This can easily be expressed in CSS : > > <IMG .. STYLE="width: 50%"> > > The percentage refers to the parent element's width which will be > closely related to -- if not the same as -- the page width. > > Microsoft's Internet Explorer  has initial support for CSS, but the > above has probably not been implemented yet. Maybe not, but both IE and Netscape support the direct use of <IMG WIDTH=x%> where x appears to relate to the width of the page as I discovered today when my browser displayed these rather small images, 100 pixels wide rather than 100%. Haven't found any documenatation for this though. Simon.