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Image Resizer not resizing with dynamic images

Thread began 7/13/2011 6:51 am by nibo | Last modified 9/26/2011 5:19 am by nibo | 1870 views | 6 replies

nibo

Yes, it was resolved, but only after quite a bit of back-and-forth and a replacement file.

Check that Safe Mode is OFF. As I was first using WA File Manager to upload an image file, I had an issue with my server assigning the wrong "user" to the file, so maybe check that too.

As I was using an include file I also needed to change the code inside the include file to:

echo(getCachedResizedImageHTML(ob_get_clean(), abs2rel(rel2abs("../image_cache", dirname(__FILE__)), dirname($_SERVER['PHP_SELF'])), "proportion", "", false));



The file I was given to replace was "CachedResize_Image.php". I guess you'll need to ask Support for it.

This is in no way a solution to the issue as there are many variables, however hopefully it will get you started on finding a fix.

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