How to turn Off or On Automatic
Image Resizing in Internet Explorer 6.
Internet Explorer 6 Tutorial
Experience level: Novice
Internet Explorer 6 has a new feature which automatically
resizes images. If an image is too big to fit completely in
your browser window, Internet Explorer can automatically resize
it to make it fit. This prevents you from having to scroll to
see the full picture. When you place your mouse over the image
an icon appears in the bottom right corner. Clicking it expands
the image to its original size and clicking it again resizes
the image to fit your window. The Icons and an example of where
they appear are shown below.
On the other hand, you may not want Internet
explorer to resize your images at all. You might prefer to see
them full sized by default... especially if you are downloading
an image of a cute chick, you want to see it full sized, not
shrunken. In this tutorial you will learn how to turn the Automatic
Image Resizing feature on or off.
"Tools" from the menu bar (see image below)
"Internet Options" from the list (see image above)
the "Advanced" tab (top right), and Scroll down to the
Internet options (Advanced)
In the Multimedia Section you will find the "Enable
Automatic Image Resizing" option (see image above)
the "Check Box"
next to "Enable Automatic Image Resizing" to turn the
feature off or on
the "OK" button on the Internet option dialog box to