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Image uploading in PowerCMS

Thread began 5/21/2010 7:35 am by mpirani286201 | Last modified 5/24/2010 9:31 pm by Eric Mittman | 962 views | 5 replies |

mpirani286201

Image uploading in PowerCMS

With Power cms2 when an image is uploaded does it shrink it to a certain size or does it remain the same file size as the original?

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Eric Mittman

I'm not positive about the file size but the image itself usually is retained in the same dimensions as the one you uploaded. When an image is added it looks just like the original.

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mpirani286201

Maybe Webassist should add this to the future updates. image resize would make this perfect.

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neilo

Hi mpirani286201,

The image can be resized - once uploaded - from within the kfm advanced file manager (browse server) by right-clicking the uploaded image file and selecting 'resize image'.

Not sure if I've got hold of the wrong end of the stick here . . . ?

If you want to resize it in your page without affecting the file on the server, you just enter desired dimensions in the insert image window.

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anonymous

Neilo,

Even if you do resize in the file browser, you can do it without affecting the original. The advanced file manager, by default, allows you the choice of saving the modified version (whether resized, cropped, transformed, etc.) as a completely new file. Then you could just call your new file where needed and leave the original in all of its glory!

Cheers from across the pond. :)

B

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Eric Mittman

Thanks for adding to this guys, this is very helpful knowledge for HTML Editor and uploading/resizing images. It is greatly appreciated.

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