Under Ubuntu 12.04 I converted with Calibre an
html source to
epub format, but when I read the resulting
epub with Calibre I noticed (using the 'inspect' command of Calibre viewer) that images get some additional styling, absent both in original
html and in
epub is made of. For example,
<img src="copertina_retro.jpg" alt="pict" width="100%"/>
<img src="copertina_retro.jpg" alt="pict" width="100%" style="height: 502px; width: 351.91752577319585px; ">
inside Calibre viewer, when inspecting the image. This prevents me to make manual modifications to the size of a single image.
How can I avoid such 'restyling'?
Does it happen just with Calibre viewer or it is typical behaviour of ebook readers?