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|Web page larger than screen?|
The position style attribute of .laptop h1 is causing the problem.
.laptopimage and the next h1 need to be position: absolute because
they need to be positioned in relation to its wrapper which is
You'll need to refactor this section.
|need to make an image larger when pressed. how do i do so?|
You can use CAAffineTransform to upscale any type of UIView in UIKit.
This is the 'transform' property of UIView. Do something like this:
UIImageView *imageView = ...;
imageView.transform = CGAffineTransformMakeScale(1.1, 1.1);
Please note: the 'frame' property of the UIView will not work properly
when a transform is applied. Use the 'bounds' and 'center' property
You can animate
|AngularJS http get not working with larger files|
If you are two way binding to each element in each row then you will
probably get a performance hit on the digest cycle.
Maybe you should page the data into the DOM.
ngGrid is good for this!
Or use angular 1.3 one way binding.
|How to take UIScrollView's zoomScale & contentOffset, and apply to larger image?|
The zoom scale,contentOffset and frame of the UIScrollView will
present a sub rectangle of the thumbnail.
Rescale that rectangle proportionally against the higher res version
of your image.
Your scroller has bounds of 100px x 100px
Your thumbnail is 100px x 100px and is zoomed at 4x with a content
offset of (x:100,y:100). You will see a sub rectangle of frame
|Why does the thumbnail I create have a larger file size than the original image?|
The thumbnail you create has 4 times the bit depth of the original.
Reducing the bit depth will reduce the file size.
To reduce the bit-depth is quite simple, but I can't see any way to do
this via CodeIgniter:
$im = imagecreatefrompng('./original.png');
imagetruecolortopalette($im, false, 256);
However, this file is still larger than the original (~