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Image Resizer and PowerCMS2

Thread began 10/19/2010 6:39 am by paypal336679 | Last modified 10/19/2010 4:39 pm by paypal336679 | 1409 views | 7 replies


Image Resizer and PowerCMS2

Is it possible to use Image Sizer in the following way? Clients currently use PowerCMS2 to upload images to their websites. If these images are large, say 1200x1600 pixles 3MB, then the pictures do appear on the website but even when scaled down to say 120 x 160 pixels the file size of the image is still 3MB. Can Image Resizer be used to allow these PowerCMS2 client uploaded images to be automatically resized?

I ask because some clients find it hard to cope with resizing images prior to updating with PowerCMS and automatic resizing would make everything far easier.

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