What do the MAX and MIN elements in the FIT attribute specify?

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What do the MAX and MIN elements in the FIT attribute specify?

Elements MAX and MIN will specify the limit in terms of

  1. Size of the box (width/height) 
  2. Position (X and Y co-ordinates) of the page
  3. Percentage of current width/height of the box up to which the box can grow or shrink.

 

The MAX/MIN element will have following 3 elements:

SIZE:

WIDTH - It denotes the max and min size of the box up to which the box can grow/shrink in terms of the absolute width of the box.

HEIGHT - It denotes the max and min size of the box up to which the box can
            grow/shrink in terms of the absolute height of the box

 

SCALETO:

WIDTH - It denotes the max and min size of the box up to which the box can
           grow/shrink in terms of the percentage of the current width of the box.

HEIGHT- It denotes the max and min size of the box up to which the box can
             grow/shrink in terms of the percentage of the current height of the
             box.

LOCATION:

X - It denotes the horizontal max/min position on the page up to which
     the box can grow/shrink in terms of page co-ordinates.

Y - It denotes the vertical max/min position on the page up to which the       
     box can grow/shrink in terms of page co-ordinates.

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  • Topic #: 30026-1894
  • Date Created: 11/20/2012
  • Last Modified Since: 11/20/2012
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