Jeurgen is quite correct, you should be sending the height and width to the
img tag. This does two things, it allows the browser to allocate the space
to display the image, and by pre-allocating the space it also speeds up the
time to display the image.
Keep in mind that, for speed, you should make your returned image exactly
the specified size. If the image is not the specified size, the browser has
to perform some time intensive gyrations to automatically resize the image
Symfotech - Software for the Wireless Internet
>From: Renfield Kuroda <Renfield.Kuroda_at_msdw.com>
>Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2000 23:32:03 +0900
>According to spec, the largest image size supported on P502i is
>96x117, but I am seeing strange results with images that are created
>directly from a cgi script. That is, the image tag looks like:
><img src="image.gif" width="96" height="117">
>Perhaps the P502i doesn't like not having width/height parameters?
>I've got to play around some more, but anyone else experience this?
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Received on Fri Sep 29 11:18:55 2000