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WYSIWYG Image Resizing

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Having an issue with the images in one of my sites. When adding html to a page in the WYSIWYG editor...one of the sites is stripping out the image sizes stated in the html. both sites, I am pretty sure, are running exactly the same code...I even re-uploaded all files to the site not behaving.

When you bring up the Image Properties in the site not behaving, the width and height are not there at all, where on the site that it is all correct, there are boxes for width and height.

So on one site, I can add a page, and it looks exactly as I want...but adding the same html on the other...the images do not resize, and so it's wonky.

To show:

http://www.selfpubmag.com/news/view/jump-start-newsletter/spa-newsletter-374.htm  - correct
http://www.spacomics.com/site/news/view/newsletter/-374_1.htm - wrong

what should I look at or do to make the images work in the SPA comics site?
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Is the Convert XHTML to Comcode option off? It needs to be for all the settings in the WYSIWYG editor to be maintained. The default for this option changed to off a while back, but upgraded sites may still have it on (or it may have been turned on).


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bingo!!!! thanks.
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