It wasn't until recently that I started using IE for making Google Sites. The reason - Firefox and Chrome are logged into two other Google accounts. Anyways, that's not exactly important, what is important is that instead of the typical [ Small - Medium - Large ] you can scale an image to whatever you want it to be, and it looks pretty good too!
Check out these two screen shots.
|Resizing capability with Google Sites using Internet Explorer 9, who figured?|
|Dynamic scaling of images is a wonderfully nice tool to have.|
This development allows for flexibility within Google Sites. No longer must I have measurements exactly right for a vertical line divider...I can extend it when I need to.
Will this interesting happenstance roll out for Google Chrome and Firefox? Is this an unannounced update or just a glitch that works really well? I really look forward to your comments and theories.
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Thanks, you solved my problem. As of today, IE still allows scaling, FF still does not. Did you ever find any explanation for this?ReplyDelete