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Resizer not working with SEO frindly URL's

Thread began 5/26/2012 11:47 pm by neo314 | Last modified 8/05/2012 3:52 pm by neo314 | 2156 views | 5 replies


I did find where the problem lies. I would suggest that the code detect when the image has a site root relative link (e.g. /image/picture.jpg) and account for that both in the thumbnail creation and in the src code that is put out in the new image.

I can rewrite the code in CachedResize_Image.php to fix it, but your solution may be different and the GUI wouldn't work for me anymore, so for now, I'll use javascript to deal with it.

I suggest either it automatically detects site root relative links, or there is a checkbox in the GUI for forcing a site root relative link. The former would be a better solution as the creation of thumbnails should be possible with a site root relative link as well.


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