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Last updated May 18, 2020
disable parameter disables image upscaling functionality that is enabled by default.
||Disable functionality that is enabled by default.|
- Image upscaling:
- Image upscaling is disabled by default and discouraged from use. Image upscaling increases both the file size and delivery time of the image to the end user with no visual improvement in quality. We recommend handling upscaling on the client-side (e.g. web browser, css, native app) by setting the width/height attributes of the image.
upscalevalue must be used with the
dprparameter to see the effects in the output image.
|Disable Image Size Upscaling - Don't upscale the image to 2560px in width if the original is smaller than the requested output size.||