Test Post — Wide Image

Hello, this is a test post where I hope to find out if images are viewable if they are wider than the screen.

Try this on for size:

8 comments on “Test Post — Wide Image

  1. When I clicked to enlarge, I could scroll up and down but not left and right. The only way I could see the whole image was to zoom out.

    Using Chrome 100 on a 13″ MacBook Retina Pro (mid 2014) with a trackpad for scrolling.

  2. When I click on the image, it expands and fills my whole monitor window, which is really nice. Seeing that scan at 32″ is wonderful for this type of content.

    I’m on a Windows 10 box with two 32″ monitors if it helps.

  3. Hi, Allan. I’m using a Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G. The right part of the wide image is cut off on my screen. When I press the image to view the image alone, it’s huge and I can only see a small portion of it. My preference would be to see the image fit the screen by default but be able to resize it if desired. Congrats on the new site. It looks great.

  4. This may be just part of the test page situation. When I click on the image, I do see it much larger. But after that, clicking the “back” button in my browser takes me back to the website I was at before — not comicstriphistory.com, but strippersguide.blogspot.com. I can’t remember seeing that happen on any other website.

    Please make sure that it’s clear how to close an expanded image and return to the main blog content without leaving the website altogether.

  5. Following up to my previous comment, I see that there is a tiny “X” at the lower right of the image which will close it, but it’s only visible if I reduce the size of the larger image to 75%. (Usually such “X”‘s to close an image appear the upper right of an image.)

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