height: auto !important;}!important est à utiliser avec parcimonie, mais des fois, ça dépanne bien ;) Si ça ne marche toujours pas ou si tu souhaites que cette règle ne s’applique qu’à certaines images, vérifie/modifie ton sélecteur css. Just to provide feedback: #2439 has not only the impact returning non-integer values. It's not recommended to use .css() as a setter in production-ready code, but when passing in an object to set CSS, CSS properties will be camelCased instead of using a hyphen. However, this does not apply when passing the name of a CSS property to the .css() method as a string – in that case, either the camelCased or hyphenated form will work. Inclusion of transforms may've very well been considered an improvement or bug fix. As most of you avid jQuery developers know, as of jQuery 1.4, .css() allows us to pass a function as the property value. jQuery Tutorial jQuery HOME jQuery Intro jQuery Get Started jQuery Syntax jQuery Selectors jQuery Events jQuery Effects jQuery Hide/Show jQuery Fade jQuery Slide jQuery Animate jQuery stop() jQuery Callback jQuery Chaining jQuery HTML jQuery Get jQuery Set jQuery Add jQuery Remove jQuery CSS Classes jQuery css() jQuery Dimensions jQuery Traversing

Thank you, var maxHeight = 0; $(‘#slides’).each(function()

It doesn't need CSS definition as it determines the computed height. visualjquery.com say about height(): Get the current CSS height of the first matched element. You can use .height(), .innerHeight() or outerHeight() based on what you need..height() - returns the height of element excludes padding, border and margin..innerHeight() - returns the height of element includes padding but excludes border and margin.

Do I just insert that in the parentheses like this? In CSS, I call my div ids #slides and #product. jQuery - height( ) Method - The height( ) method gets the current computed, pixel, height of the first matched element.

DEMO. It doesn’t seem to do anything. Anyhow, considering they weren't included before jQuery 3.0, I can see why we'd want to keep it that way. And the example claims This is really important stuff to make the layout work.

This is handy for returning current CSS values to determine changes. Sorry for being so new to JS, but I have two divs I need to equalize to the same height. jQuery .height will return you the height of the element.

But, perhaps it's an option to change that behaviour in jQuery 4.0. I have a CSS transform:scale(2) in a root element with a div which has css width 200px.