[wp-hackers] Full size should mean full size

Aaron D. Campbell aaron at xavisys.com
Wed Apr 2 20:40:13 GMT 2008

It DOES give full size images a class  of "size-full" which, in my 
opinion, should be enough.  There shouldn't be a need to ALSO limit the 
size by adding a width and height to the image that is less than the 
actual width/height.

Otto wrote:
> I understand the reason for it, and adding a
> $_GLOBALS['custom_width']=1234 to your theme's functions.php file is
> not a major obstacle for most users... Inserting a picture and having
> your whole theme muck up is a far more commonplace problem.
> However, I'd far prefer this to be a CSS thing instead of it inserting
> an actual width value into the post content itself. Since we're giving
> the theme control of the width, we should do it the proper way: by
> assigning images in the posts into a class and then letting the theme
> control that class.
> If you're going to do it, do it right.

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