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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 | 2163 views | 5 replies


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Thanks Jason.

In the meantime, if it helps anyone else, I have implemented javascript with jQuery to work around the issue.

The serverside code remains a relative link so the extension works. The images to modify need to be found by a selector (class, id, images within a specific container, or just all image tags if you are resizing all of them. The code checks the src of each of thos image tags and adds a / at the beginning if it is not already the first character.

$().ready(function() {
// Fix for non-site root relative links with WA Image Resize.
if ($(".postItemPic img").length) {
$(".postItemPic img").each(function() {
if ($(this).attr("src").indexOf("/") != 0) {

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