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    is there a way to resize an image based on its width? for instance, if the image is 300px or larger, it would resize to 500px; if the image is less than 300px wide, then it would remain its original width..?

    i feel like it might be possible with javascript but i don’t really know javascript so i could be completely wrong. ideas?


    i should clarify — i have a div with a width of 500px. contained in that div are many differently-sized images; i want to assign images that are 350px or larger to width: 100% and allow images smaller than 350px to remain as they are. is that possible?


    jQuery(javascript) would work:

    $('div img').each(function(){
    if($(this).width() > 350){
    $(this).css('width', '100%');

    you are amazing, thanks! works like a charm.


    Is there any way to accomplish with scss? I have an image slider. If the image is profile instead of landscape I want to change the width to 100%.


    You might do better starting a new thread rather than resurecting a dead thread from 4 years ago.

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