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image upload resize in PowerCms 2

Thread began 5/21/2010 7:09 pm by mpirani286201 | Last modified 5/22/2010 12:06 am by anonymous | 777 views | 1 replies |


image upload resize in PowerCms 2

It would be awesome if in Power Cms2 when you upload an image it gives you the option to resize like in Wordpress or something similar.

Clients want to be able to upload there own images but not to the original size they want thumbnails.
add this function and it would be a perfect simple CMS solution.

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It does allow you to resize the images. Whenever you upload an image in using the Advanced File Manager (which is standard on Power CMS 2), you can browse to any picture and then right click. You can resize, crop. etc. You can even have it create a new file upon resize so it will leave your original alone.


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