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  • Rick LanceeRick Lancee, 5 years ago

    Any advantages over the picture element?

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    • Wentin Z, 5 years ago

      ah, thanks for pointing me to . I think responsifyjs is easier to use in sense of content management and more flexiable with width/height ratio. You don't need to crop out multiple pictures and have them stored, instead you only have one picture and identify the focus area once, the math will automatically figure out how to display them in any ratio.

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  • Matthew KosloskiMatthew Kosloski, 5 years ago

    Cool!

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  • Dan BurzoDan Burzo, 5 years ago

    I could see this working with an algorithm to figure out the interesting part of the image automatically, e.g. https://github.com/jwagner/smartcrop.js/

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  • Clay MacTavishClay MacTavish, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

    This will be great for my web app, specifically the user generated content/images. A lot of people upload terrible photos making the app design look awful because of all the inconsistent aspect ratios.

    Nowadays, I'm pretty strict on what jQuery plugins I use but the minified version is under 1KB. A nice little script. I still love jQuery, I don't care what anyone says.

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  • Ed AdamsEd Adams, 5 years ago

    Actual art direction for images. Nice.

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    • Wentin Z, 5 years ago

      exactly! Well said, that is what I am aiming for, human touch is essential.

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  • ポール ウェッブポール ウェッブ, 5 years ago

    This is nice!

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