is it possible to reduce the size of a button image by altering code

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    I have the code for a png button in my sidebar that I would like to be smaller. You can see the size it is now by clicking on my username (look for the blue flower). I would like to make it half that size. Can you help me achieve that please? I have posted the code between square brackets below. Using backtics simply meant part of the code did not display here on this post.

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    yes, it is possible to reduce[/enlarge] the size of a an image by altering code in the following way:

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    you may also try to use a percentage attribute values such as: height="50%" width="50%" instead of number of pixels of the screen (paper).

    see also: http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/struct/objects.html#h-13.7.1

    #116225

    All I did was copy and paste the code you gave me into a text widget and VOILA! It’s now the size I wanted it to be. Thank you very much.

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    you’re welcome; glad it was helpful :-)

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