Posting re-sized images



Is there a way to have the resolution of images posted from the web be shown at a smaller resolution than some of them are? I’ve tried uncessfully to use both of the following methods:

[img 100x100]http://blabla[/img]
[img hight=X, withd=Y]http:/blablabla[/img]

but to no avail.

Is there a “proper” way to do it on this site?


I usually ‘Go Advanced’ when I reply and upload my photos using the ‘Manage Attachments’ paperclip thingy. Puts the pics on MyCE servers that way.


I don’t know if this is what you’re after the quality isn’t very good.
The site is:

If you are just looking for a software to resize non animated images try Irfanview.

Or maybe you’re wanting an image hosting site like PhotoBucket.
You can resize your images onsite but you have to register.

This is an original I have there:

This is their resize:


You know, I’m suddenly curious as to whether this is still un-doable or not. It couldn’t be done when the site was running VBulletin, but now with the move to DIscourse, maybe it is.

Of course, having become super privacy-sesitive over the last few years, I would much rather attach images than expose everyone to some third party site (although said may not be evil. Still, I’m not sure it’s worth the risk), so I guess this discussion is moot.


It works in the preview but fails when the post is made (just tested in this topic).


It seems this site still can’t resize images using BBS code, but it can resize images if said images are added with HTML code using <img> tags (at least in the preview). As far as I can tell, there’s no way to do so with Markdown, so it’s strictly HTML-only as far as this feature is concerned.

PS: IMHO, the fact that this site now supports BBS, HTML tags, and Markdown is pretty cool.