object-fit and object-position
CSS properties that control the position and size of replaced content within the content box.
object-fit and object-position shipped in Edge 16. No more stretched images \o/
Cortex ReaderYT commented
Just do it!
god ******.....the extra work i have to do to make things work in your piece of **** browser.
Holger Pleus commented
Please implement object-fit and object-position ASAP! We are a photography website that relies on the accurate display and cropping of our images. On Internet Explorer, our images display incorrectly without these properties. When our site users ask about this, we have to tell them to leave Internet Explorer / Edge and use a different browser because these properties are not implemented but are supported by all other browsers. http://caniuse.com/#search=object-fit
Shia LaBeouf commented
Yesterday you said tomorrow. Just do it!
Just do it.
Come on, april 2016 and no object-fit... Tragic
Jordan Thomas commented
Microsoft, please, PLEASE implement this! It's becoming more and more often used since it's part of modern design trends and it's one of the few things making a visual difference that Edge doesn't support! Come on "latest web standard", let's do this!!!!! Please! :)
Steve Lee commented
it seems that without this images do NOT obey flexbox etc if parent does not have specific size set. In other words this is only way to get get responsive image layouts
Agreed with everyone here - this really needs to happen, and fast. Edge is being left in the dust missing features like this.
Ferdy Christant commented
This feature is an essential layout technique for modern web design. Furthermore, in the case of image grids, it provides a superior SEO and performance score compared to the various other approaches and hacks one needs to use to accomplish such layouts.
You're the only browser to not support it. It's been voted on unlike anything else. What are you waiting for? The correct priority for this feature is "should have been implemented 2 years ago", not "medium".
Matthew Wilcox commented
Yes please! Edge is the only browser holding me back on this now, it is incredibly useful for grid based layouts where 'component blocks' consist of a paired image and text block that need to be adjusted responsively.
Jen Simmons commented
As I dig deeper into CSS Grid, and the kinds of designs we will likely want to do, I'm finding myself getting very addicted to object-fit. I couldn't do many of the layouts I'm making without it. Here's an example: http://labs.jensimmons.com/examples/image-gallery-2.html To experience what I mean, test it in Firefox Nightly, toggling object-fit on and off. Without object-fit, the images lose their aspect ratio. With floats, we typically only specify one dimension. It looks like Grid rows will give us compelling reasons to size images in two dimensions. Thus, needing object-fit. I'd love to see this in Edge very soon, and backported to IE11.
Francis Perron commented
Move it to High priority, every other browsers support it!
Matt Barron commented
This should be implemented asap imho - super useful for using standard img tags instead of having to use background-images for covers. Come on microsoft!
Go to Google, search Firefox, download it. That's all that the people needs.
go to google search for chrome, download it... it should be fine.
Garrett Axelrod commented
why is this not done yet?
Peter-Benedikt von Niebelschütz commented
+1, this should be on high – nay, this should be already implemented!