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Hello ranchers I need to compare the height to the width of an img. How can i accomplish this using JSTL? Or simply how can i get the width and height of an image using JSTL?
 
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JSP and the JSTL will be of no help; image manipulation is not their job. You'll need to use the image manipulation APIs of Java if you want to do this on the server.

What are you actually trying to accomplish?
 
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to scale an image without distorting its aspect ratio so that i can dispay it in a divide which has fixed height and width. But i managed to do that by not specifying the width and height in the img tag and in my css
[CODE]
myImgDiv img{
max-width: 100%;
max-height: 100%;
}
[CODE
] it works.
 
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