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Dynamic Folder Issue

Thread began 10/28/2010 12:51 pm by dmheltzel267059 | Last modified 11/05/2010 3:34 pm by dmheltzel267059 | 11620 views | 12 replies

dmheltzel267059

Dynamic Folder Issue

When I upload through the CMS I've created, the photo gallery dynamically creates a folder to upload to and store all photos associated with that gallery. I'm using Developer Toolbox to create thumbnails right now, which dynamically creates the folder "thumbnails" within the each gallery's folder: gallery/thumbnails/thumb.jpg, while the large image lies in the root: gallery/. When managing the galleries, I can delete one photo or the entire gallery, and both ways delete the associated thumbnail.

I like the image resizer thus far, but first glance, it looks like I can't set up in the same fashion as Developer Toolbox. I tried directing the cache folder to the dynamic folder by replacing "image_cache" with "assets/gallery/galleryname/" with "galleryname" an php echo statement:

<?php
echo(getCachedResizedImageHTML(ob_get_clean(), "assets/gallery/<?php echo $row_rsGalleries['ID']; ?>/", "crop", "", false));
} // End Cached Resized Image: ImageCacheInstance_1288282423723
?>

Image resizer doesn't like this, plus when I do it the "image_cache" way, it creates a long path that seems redundant and doesn't just store it in the "image_cache" folder.

I can probably work around it but will be limited in maintaing it. If I delete a gallery/image, the cahced thumbnail will remain.

If there is a workaround, please let me know.

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