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Image Resizer with Universal Email 4

Thread began 11/01/2010 6:30 pm by jon211112 | Last modified 11/01/2010 6:34 pm by Ray Borduin | 660 views | 1 replies |


Image Resizer with Universal Email 4

Hi all

I've posted this in the Image Resizer forum too.

I can't get the sending of an html email with a thumbnail in it using Image Resizer to work. I'm assuming this must be possible but would very much appreciate some tips.

Many thanks


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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It actually probably isn't possible without hand coding. The problem is that Image Resizer will copy and cache the image referenced and update it to a relative url. In the case of sending an email you need to use a full http:// address to the image in the src.

In my opinion, the best option would be to create a copy of the image resizer include file and then manually add the http:// address for that site to the php code where it updates the source.

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