Sets the interpolation algorithm for scaling an image.
The -ms-interpolation-mode property is useful if you want to set the quality of the images scaled by the browser. Interpolated images produce smoother lines and better-looking pictures than the simple enlargement of the original, small image.
The -ms-interpolation-mode property is supported in Internet Explorer from version 7.In Firefox, use the image-rendering property for similar functionality.
One of the following values:
|Complex interpolation algorithm to make higher quality large images by processing small ones.
|Simple interpolation algorithm to enlarge images. The image quality is lower than with the use of bicubic, but the process is faster this way.
Default: this property has no default value.
Example HTML code 1:
This example illustrates the use of the -ms-interpolation-mode property:
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