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This module has similar functionality to the Picture module.
This module provides an additional image field formatter and stand-alone widget
that allows the browser to automatically download the appropriately sized image
for the current display. This helps save bandwidth and improves the page load
After enabling the module you can select it as a field formatter for any image
fields defined on a content type.
There are three options when using this module as a field formatter:
"Media Query Images with Picture mappings" - This allows formatting of the
field using pre-existing mappings from the Picture module. This allows for
simple replacement of Picture module formatting with this module. Picture
module must remain enabled to preserve breakpoint mappings.
"Media Query Images with Breakpoints" - This allows formatting of the field
with Breakpoints functionality. Each breakpoint in Breakpoints group is
configured in the field display settings.
Requires Breakpoints module.
"Media Query Images" - This output has no automatic image choosing
functionality. You select from the list of available styles for this field
to show. This output is designed for developers that want to have total
control of the displayed image style using their code.
Requires no additional modules.
Legacy Browser Support
The built-in automatic image selection funcitonality of this module depends on
media queries support in the browser.
Browsers supporting media queries can be seen here
This functionality also works with IE8 when using respond.js, a JS polyfill for
Tested using Respond.js module in IE8.
Not tested in any older browsers.
- Maintenance status: Actively maintained
- Development status: Under active development
- Module categories: Content, Content Construction Kit (CCK), Content Display, Fields, Media
- Reported installs: 16 sites currently report using this module. View usage statistics.
- Downloads: 915
- Last modified: December 2, 2014
- Stable releases are covered by the security advisory policy.
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