JavaScript Simple Way to Get Original Size of Page Picture

  • 2021-06-29 09:50:47
  • OfStack

This article shows an example of how JavaScript can simply get the original size of a page picture.Share it for your reference, as follows:

Here the original width and height are obtained from the Image() object

This is a less cumbersome way to get it by directly assigning new an Image () object to it.

var img = new Image();
img.src = $("#target").attr("src");
  img = null;
  img.onload = function(){
    img = null;

And don't worry about one more http request for the new Image object. The browser already has a cache after loading the picture. It's OK for your new N objects. Of course, memory will be consumed, so when you run out, img is set to null.

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I hope that the description in this paper will be helpful to everyone's JavaScript program design.

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