Making high res pass-through images responsive

Pass-throughs WITHOUT “high resolution” checked that are set at a fixed % width and flexible height shrink and expand properly in Freeway and browsers. Pass-throughs WITH “high resolution” checked with the same settings shrink and expand properly in Freeway but not in browsers. So I need to use width: auto, height:auto and max-width: 100% in extended code to get them to behave properly. Is there a way to get high res images to be responsive without using extended code?


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Yep. High-res images are just large images scaled down so there’s more than one image pixel per screen pixel (high-res screen pixels are made up of four or more sub pixels), you just need to make sure the image you’re passing through is larger than the largest size it will be on the page. That way it will always look sharp on a high resolution/retina screen without needing to check the High-Res option in Freeway.

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On 12 Aug 2015, at 14:28, Peter Laundy email@hidden wrote:

Pass-throughs WITHOUT “high resolution” checked that are set at a fixed % width and flexible height shrink and expand properly in Freeway and browsers. Pass-throughs WITH “high resolution” checked with the same settings shrink and expand properly in Freeway but not in browsers. So I need to use width: auto, height:auto and max-width: 100% in extended code to get them to behave properly. Is there a way to get high res images to be responsive without using extended code?


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Is there a way to get them to be responsive like normal res pass-through images are without using extended code? (further detail in original question)


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Yeah sure, as long as high-res is unchecked, just give them flexible dimensions. If you don’t want them to grow beyond their original size then set max-width to 100%, or if you don’t want them to grow beyond half their width (better for high-res for the reasons I mentioned before) then set the max-width to half the original width.

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Is there a way to get them to be responsive like normal res pass-through images are without using extended code? (further detail in original question)


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