Interactive pixel information of an image

There a couple of different ways to go about this. You can monkey-patch ax.format_coord, similar to this official example. I’m going to use a slightly more “pythonic” approach here that doesn’t rely on global variables. (Note that I’m assuming no extent kwarg was specified, similar to the matplotlib example. To be fully general, you need … Read more

Is it possible to set a src attribute of an img tag in CSS?

Use content:url(“image.jpg”). Full working solution (Live Demo): <!doctype html> <style> .MyClass123{ content:url(“”); } </style> <img class=”MyClass123″/> Tested and working: Chrome 14.0.835.163 Safari 4.0.5 Opera 10.6 Firefox 100 & newer Tested and Not working: FireFox 40.0.2 (observing Developer Network Tools, you can see that the URL loads, but the image is not displayed) Internet Explorer 11.0.9600.17905 … Read more

How to use Image component in Next.js with unknown width and height

Yeah, you could use it with the layout=fill option you mentioned. On this case, you’re gonna need to set an “aspect ratio” for your images <div style={{ position: “relative”, width: “100%”, paddingBottom: “20%” }} > <Image alt=”Image Alt” src=”/image.jpg” layout=”fill” objectFit=”contain” // Scale your image down to fit into the container /> </div> You can … Read more

Image scaling by CSS: is there a webkit alternative for -moz-crisp-edges?

WebKit now supports the CSS directive: image-rendering:-webkit-optimize-contrast; You can see it working in action using Chrome and the last image on this page: The rules used on that page are: .pixelated { image-rendering:optimizeSpeed; /* Legal fallback */ image-rendering:-moz-crisp-edges; /* Firefox */ image-rendering:-o-crisp-edges; /* Opera */ image-rendering:-webkit-optimize-contrast; /* Safari */ image-rendering:optimize-contrast; /* CSS3 Proposed */ … Read more