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Resize the images on the Bitbucket wiki pages

Hi! I'm trying to resize the images in the wiki pages and nothing is working: the images are always presented with 100% width of the page.

I tried with reStructuredText:

.. image:: image.jpeg
   :height: 100px
   :width: 200px
   :scale: 50 %
   :alt: alternate text

(and different combinations, ignoring some lines).

Then I also tried

![](image.jpeg =250x)

But, again, it doesn't change the size of the presented image.

Any idea?

4 answers

3 votes

Hello Gabriela and welcome to the Community!

Thank you for explaining what you’re wanting to accomplish along with a code block of what you’re attempting to use to resize the images.

There is a two-part answer to this question of resizing images.

First part is that you’re only able to resize images within the readme.md files themselves. More about image resizing within the readme.md files may be found at Add images to a wiki page

The second part is for resizing images outside of that there is a feature request to have this added to the product itself. You may find the feature requests for image resizing here:

We would suggest voting and watching these issues to receive future updates of their status.

Regards,
Stephen Sifers

Like Stephen Sifers likes this

This can be achieved in Github using HTML.

Oh,  and they offer free private repos now.

Yay!

Goodbye Bitbucket. It's been a good run.

2020 right now, no update yet since 2015~~~

I guess we have to local resize the image :S

It's June 2021 and this is still not supported. Great Job Atlassian Team! 

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