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I am having some image resize problem with IE6

when I use the following code, the image looks blurry and the embedded text in the picture cannot be read properly...(it works great in Firefox) <p align = "center">&nbsp;<img border="0" name = "imgName"; src="updatedFlow.png" width="700" height="740"></p> However, if I remove the width and the height attribute, the image is no longer blurry in IE..

But I really want to make the picture take less space and so want to resize without blur...The problem do not exist in other browser (checked in firefox 3.5 and safari 4)

Any help is greatly appreciated!
thanks

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I don't know how to solve your problem but until you have a solution why not download GIMP and resize the image to the size you want. This should avoid the blur for now.

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I don't know how to solve your problem but until you have a solution why not download GIMP and resize the image to the size you want. This should avoid the blur for now.

I am not sure if I would like to do that.. I have a java program that creates 1000s of such images and updates the image folder and does that periodically... I can however make my Java program output the image in the right size but then the user wont have liberty to view the image in the large size if they cannot perceive the written characters!

my webpage just has image and navigation to images so it is very important those images ar

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IE6 might not have the resize capabilities that later browsers have.

Specify only the width, and the height should automatically resize. If you specify both, and the height ratio is not the same as the width ratio, the aspect ratio will change, and you may get more blurring.

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I would bypass trying to resize in the site. Resize the image in an image editor. then repost. This should take care of the blurring.

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