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Cropping Images

Discussion in 'Web Design, HTML And CSS Forums' started by akshits, May 11, 2009.

  1. akshits

    akshits New Member

  2. SaswatPadhi

    SaswatPadhi ~ Б0ЯИ Τ0 С0δЭ ~

    I don't really get your question, I mean you can use any Image Editor, even MS Paint. Cut out a selection out of a large pic and paste in a new file : Done !
    Please pardon me if I misunderstood your question, but is it that simple ? :confused:
  3. akshits

    akshits New Member

    Review the image for more info !!
  4. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

  5. akshits

    akshits New Member

    No,no, I don't mean that.
    Please review the picture and then goto Yahoo! All-New Mail.
    The whole pic has small pics (not really) and then are used in parts.

  6. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    Yes. They way it is done is same as for the Flicker free image rollover article states.

    It shows only some portion of the image like the one in the sample.

    You can use to have it for one image or even small part to show as roll over image
  7. nimesh

    nimesh New Member

    Last edited: May 11, 2009
  8. akshits

    akshits New Member

    Correct, please give the tech name as soon as possible.
  9. nimesh

    nimesh New Member

    I don't know how but today suddenly this caught my attention and I finally succeeded

    the term is image slicing
    Also refer sprite
  10. venami

    venami New Member

    Hi nimesh,

    I browsed through this link:

    I wonder how the images in this webpage are loaded, whether as an image or something else?
    Because when I tried to save the cropped images to my PC, I could not copy the image. But I was able to copy the original images using "Save Picture As" option.

    Is this the problem with the browser? Or the webpage developed using HTML5?

    Thanks for sharing this link, it was really helpful.
  11. nimesh

    nimesh New Member

    The browser is not the problem because it behaves the same way in all the browsers
    HTML5 is not the problem because it's very recent and not even compatible for most browsers

    It takes the coordinates and the height/width to determine what to display.

    I'm not sure if I was correct about Image Slicing

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