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For editing purposes, is there a way to resize the images on this website without saving them to your computer, resize them an upload them again?

I've played with some x and y coordinates, but with no luck...

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Apparently you can now append a s m l to the image URL before the jpg and get a scaled version, but this scaling seems to degrade the quality quite a bit. Same for making them 200px wide.

0: https://i.stack.imgur.com/UdFnM.jpg s: https://i.stack.imgur.com/UdFnMs.jpg m: https://i.stack.imgur.com/UdFnMm.jpg l: https://i.stack.imgur.com/UdFnM.jpg

Yes - I believe changing the embed from ![] to <img> and specifying size x and y works to keep the original image intact yet display a smaller version. I have asked for this to be automated, but it doesn't appear to be getting many up votes. (it's a long question - not so sharp - perhaps it's time to edit it down and ask on the main meta site)

Pixelpalooza - Requesting a feature to normalize sizing of portrait iOS screen images by default (not just for landscape images)

So in the mean time, you can edit a post and place <img ... width="300" /> and use the strict subset of html that is allowed. You can always summon this list from the blue help icon when editing.

HTML editing help

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  • Thanks! But you should drop the px in the img tag, only then it will work :) – Michiel Apr 11 '12 at 12:02
  • Yup!! That's the best way to do it! Good answer @bmike! – daviesgeek Apr 11 '12 at 16:11

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