TextformatterFluidImages by Netcarver

Removes the height attribute and adds a class to img tags. Set max-width:100% for the class in your CSS and you have fluid images.

TextformatterFluidImages

A textformatting module for ProcessWire that strips the height attribute from any <img> tag and adds a configurable CSS class. By default, the class image-width-control will be used.

To complete making the image tags fluid, add the following to your stylesheet

.image-width-control {
  max-width:100%;
}

Credits


This is based upon the RemoveHeights textformatter by Diogo Oliveira.

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