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Thread began 10/09/2014 5:05 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 10/09/2014 12:15 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | 403 views | 5 replies

Nathon Jones Web Design

The thumbnail images are held in a MySQLi repeat region AND they integrated with a slider:

while(!$rsGALLERY->atEnd()) {
<img id="IMAGEID<?php echo($rsGALLERY->getColumnVal("SMTgalleryID")); ?>" src="photographs/gallery/<?php echo($rsGALLERY->getColumnVal("SMTgalleryimg")); ?>" alt="<?php echo($rsGALLERY->getColumnVal("SMTgalleryimgtitle")); ?>" title="#IMAGEID<?php echo($rsGALLERY->getColumnVal("SMTgalleryID")); ?>_caption" data-thumb="photographs/gallery/tmb/<?php echo($rsGALLERY->getColumnVal("SMTgalleryimg")); ?>" />
$rsGALLERY->moveFirst(); //return RS to first record

In the above code the thumbnail is specified here:
data-thumb="photographs/gallery/tmb/<?php echo($rsGALLERY->getColumnVal("SMTgalleryimg")); ?>"

How would I implement image resizer in this instance?

More generally though, say I have a thumbnail image on a page:
<img src="image.jpg"/>

How am I applying Image Resizer to this? In the help it states..

1.Before launching Image Resizer, highlight the area, or section of code on your page that will contain the images you are resizing.

Does this mean highlight the image tag? Or can it be applied to a div tag for example?

Thank you

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