Re: <img ... height="x%">

> > In a structured approach it should be interpreted as a percent of 
> > the enclosing element. In your case the enclosing element is <center> 
> > and not <body>. I suspect other browsers to ignore the structure, and 
> > to consider the window as the enclosing element.
> Thank you for your answer.
> Now I tried this but have the same result:
> <html>
>   <body>
>     <br><img SRC="sym-home.gif" height="8%">
>     <br><img SRC="marcus_feuerhand.gif" height="10%">
>     <br><img SRC="sym-fuzzy.gif" height="7%">
>     <br><img SRC="sym-java.gif" height="9%">
>     <br><img SRC="sym-linux2.gif" height="7%">
>     <br><img SRC="sym-verweise.gif" height="8%">  
>   </body>
> </html>
> test:
> Can you explain this?

Yes, Amaya generates a pseudo paragraph to split in lines <br>s and images.
The pseudo paragraph height depends on its contents (this is a standard rule)
and the contents depends on the pseudo paragraph height.
With Amaya it could work only if images are within a table.


Received on Tuesday, 6 February 2001 07:01:38 UTC