I am currently adding Multimedia Images to the RTF via the insert tool bar. When the GUI pop up appears and I select an image, I am given the choice for Advanced properties. For height and width specifically, the fields are populated with the uploaded images pixels.
My issue is: The image does not adhere to custom height and width values and when the site is loaded the image is loaded via the binary content url with the data-aspect of 1.62. My model has the property type for the field of
RichText and the template calls the value with the helper
My Question is: How does the DXA RichText helper process these style elements? I got as far as the
RichTextProcessor as well as some other HTML extension bits but couldn't quite sort it out (as of yet!).
My initial thinking: It seems that DXA was intended to approach images as handling them responsively, leveraging some of the resizing and helpers where elements can be declared as parameters. So either this approach for the Advanced values provided in the GUI were left to be implemented by us or the helpers implemented are stripping this out.
Based on this post: Prevent <style> tags from being removed by RTF fields I am inclined to think the same thing is happening, although I find it odd it's not accepted nowadays seeing as the CMS GUI inputs these values into the RTF.
Side note: When the property is not of
RichText type, the image scales to 100%.
style="width: 100px; height: 100px;rather than a
styletag. Aside from the RTF processing, an XSLT filter might strip style attributes even if allowed in advanced image settings.