Follow up for
The Zen 5.2 upgrade introduced a new
width: auto; property for the img tag in the
normalize.css file. It has been added to allow the responsive images to adjust their height in IE8 and it works. But it also introduces a side effect : all img tags using width and height to restrict their size just ignore it and are shown in full size.
This issue have been tested on Chrome, Firefox, IE 10 and all its compatibility modes (including IE8).
For example that is what I see in my admin_menu toolbar :
while the code says :
<img class="admin-menu-icon" src="//mydomain.com/profiles/myprofile/themes/custom/mytheme/favicon.ico" width="16" height="16" alt="Home">
I created a node including a big picture and its the same in the content.
When I disable the
width: auto with the developper tools, the bug disappears.
I don't know...
Find a workaround.