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Posted by bidlee - 02 Aug 2007

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What is the maximum dimension that could be used for jpeg/gif that will display on most of today's devices?

Posted by roland 7 years ago

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There are different mobile best practices:

- 120px width seems a good choice.

If this is not enough, choose a 176x144px as minimum display - without scrollbar and some paddings 160x140px are your dimensions.

Posted by ph3n0m 6 years ago

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Well thats ok if you are building a single site that you hope displays on most phones.

If you were to use the wurfl and combined that with dynamic image sizing (server side) based on the devices capabilities, it means that you are maximising the potential of the device and/or the site in question

Posted by SteveRoybal 5 years ago

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I'm not sure how old these posts are. Have maximum image sizes increased? I thought that 200px wide was acceptable, but i've never known the max height. 200px wide will pass the ready.mobi test.

Posted by ankit 5 years ago

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it depends upon the size of the screen of the mobile, not all mobiles have big screen

Posted by aepheus 5 years ago

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It depends on your target audience. If there is a good chance they are wielding iPhones or Blackberries , then you can bump it up a little. If you are dealing with the phone with bonus internet access types 120px is the top.