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Is this working with 4.0.8? I have it it working on a 4.0.7 installation and I can’t get it on another 4.0.8 installation. I’ve checked permissions etc and I’m trying to troubleshoot.
I have it working on two 408 without problems. Are you getting any error messages?
I have it working in one spot now. I’ll have to go back an check my forms. Funny thing is I copied the form code from one install to the other.
I replied thinking I was in another thread, the one on Eric’s image resize and cropping plugin.
So no, I don’t use the smart image resize script.
Last edited by masa (2009-06-15 14:56:22)
I had no idea that plugin existed. I’ll take a look at it. It might be a better solution.
It’s quite a different thing though allowing users to crop/resize images manually in the backend.
Which it does very well thereby filling a real gap.
Last edited by masa (2009-06-15 18:18:35)
I’m using this on my blog with the jQuery Masonry and Infinite Scroll plugins together. Now my image form needs to include the resized image’s height and width but I don’t think there’s a tag for this. Can anyone correct me?
Currently, my form is:
<img src="<txp:site_url />image.php?width=270&quality=85&image=<txp:upm_img_full_url />" alt="<txp:title />" class="siteImg"/>
The image’s need to have a width of not more than 270px, they can be smaller, but their height is always different, hence the problem. Does it need a bit of PHP to work out the dimensions and add them into the image tag?
@aswihart I figured it out, read my comment, http://forum.textpattern.com/viewtopic.php?pid=221843#p221843 and use the code in your upm_image form.
Sven suggested this (one year ago) here
…maybe a plugin that hides the link to image.php would be nice…
See, in this thread we have URL that look like this:
<img src="<txp:site_url />image.php/<txp:upm_img_name />?height=250&quality=95&image=<txp:upm_img_full_url />" alt="<txp:upm_img_alt />" />
That is ugly !
Is there any existing plugin that can do that ? I mean transform that URL above to something more user friendly ?
Any suggestions are very welcome of course.