> From: Herouth Maoz <herouth(at)oumail(dot)openu(dot)ac(dot)il>
> In short, you should have a cgi whose URL may look something like:
> When you have one, you can use it as your image source. Just write your
> image output with the above URL as its source:
> <IMG SRC="/cgi-bin/lo-dumper(dot)cgi?oid=123456(at)mime=image/jpeg"
> WIDTH=100 HEIGHT=40 ALT="Image of a bear">
> How did all the parameters get there? Well, I assume that anybody holding
> an image database will have an image table, which has fields for the image
> name or details (which can be used in the ALT), its width and height, and
> if there are several image types, also its type (jpeg, gif, png).
Keeping information about sizes of images might be embarrassing,
though I think there's on CPAN Perl modules to learn from an image
it's size, jpeg or gif alike (not sure).
But people might prefer using only the WIDTH *or* the HEIGHT
parameter; Netscape and Explorer will then keep the image ratio
when displaying the image.
My 2 cents ;)
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