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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 | 2073 views | 5 replies

Ian S

Hi Guys,

Thanks for this thread. It's helped me out a bit this evening in getting the image resizer working on SEO friendly URLs.

I am getting a speed issue though with this fix. I have a list of thumbnails of products in a horizontal looper, and the image resizer is very slow. I have used it on a standard URL before (i.e. products.php rather than /products/) and Image Resizer seems pretty quick so I'm guessing that its the javascript that is slowing things down as each record gets written to the page.

Are there any plans to get Image Resizer working with rewritten URLs anytime soon?

Cheers
Ian

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